Khashlama is typically made using beef or lamb, though other meats can also be used. The meat is usually cut into chunks or large pieces. The dish also features a variety of vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, and bell peppers.

Khashlama is a traditional Armenian dish, it's a hearty and flavorful meat stew that has been enjoyed for generations.
The preparation of khashlama involves slow-cooking the meat and vegetables together in their own juices. The dish is often cooked in a large pot or cauldron, and it's important to let the ingredients cook slowly to ensure that the flavors meld together and the meat becomes tender.
Khashlama is seasoned with a blend of aromatic herbs and spices that give the dish its rich and distinctive flavor. These might include garlic, thyme, bay leaves, black pepper, and coriander.
Traditionally, khashlama is cooked over an open flame, such as a fire pit or a hearth. However, it can also be prepared on a stovetop. The slow cooking process allows the meat to become incredibly tender and infused with the flavors of the vegetables and seasonings.
Khashlama is often served as a communal dish, with the stew placed in the center of the table for everyone to enjoy.

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