lahmajun


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lah·ma·jun

 (lä′mə-jo͞on′)
n.
Variant of lahmacun.
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For a taste of true street food make sure you try lahmajun. Choose either a plain or meat-filled base then pick your filling of various kebab meats, pickled veg, salad, more meat and houmous and a bit more meat, which is then rolled up in a naan-like bread.
Back in Yerevan the next evening, I walked through an arch onto an old cobblestone street off bustling Amirian Street and found Anteb, a Syrian-Armenian restaurant, where we had spicy, crepe-thin lahmajuns (Armenian pizza); a piquant muhamara (walnut, pomegranate molasses and red pepper dip) that you scoop up with hot, puffy lavash; and kuftas, crisp shells of cracked wheat bursting with lamb and herbs.