Satsivi refers to a traditional cold Georgian appetizer made from poultry, such as chicken or turkey. The name of the dish comes from the original Satsivi sauce served with fried chicken. The sauce has more than one and a half dozen varieties. It is prepared from the poultry broth with addition of various spices, seasonings and nuts. Georgia is situated in Central Asia.

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