- From Georgian საცივი (sac’ivi). (Wiktionary)
“I was drawn to Chicken Satsivi, a Georgian dish, because of the sauce, satsivi, which is a paste of walnuts, sauteed onions, coriander, and garlic, liquidized with a broth and perfumed with cinnamon and paprika.”
“Georgians love to combine coriander/cilantro and walnuts such as in satsivi, the national sauce.”
“According to Ms. Rowe, satsivi is the most popular sauce made in Georgian households, and it can accompany vegetables, fish, and turkey, in addition to chicken.”
“I hope you try the satsivi, for it has a wonderful combination of flavors.”
“The gulyas was really outstanding and the satsivi sauce is just really tasty and interesting...there are so many more recipes that tempt me in this book.”
“Walnuts have long been pressed for their aromatic oil, were once made into milk in Europe and China, and came to provide the rich, flavorful backbone of sauces in Persia (fesenjan), Georgia (satsivi), and Mexico (nogado).”
“A satsivi - cold chicken served in a nutty cream sauce - was refreshing and well made (200 rubles, $6).”
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