Definition of lavash
: a large, thin, soft or crisp flatbread with usually a rough surface from air bubbles
Recent Examples of lavash from the Web
Spoon a third of rice over lavash; top with a third of herbs and a third of green garlic.
Serve on top of the lavash, garnished with more Parmigiano-Reggiano, if desired.
There are schisms and antagonisms based on territory and belief — most piquantly represented by the enmity between a bagel (Edward Norton) and a lavash (David Krumholtz) — and a repressive sexual morality underwritten by fear of the gods.
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Origin and Etymology of lavash
First Known Use: 1662See Words from the same year
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