Pelamushi is typically cut into squares or diamond shapes for serving. It has a soft, jelly-like texture and a sweet, grapey flavor with a hint of tartness, making it both refreshing and satisfying. Some variations of it include the addition of chopped walnuts or almonds for added texture and flavor.

Pelamushi is a delightful traditional Georgian dessert that has been enjoyed for centuries. Known for its vibrant purple or dark red color, this dessert is made from two primary ingredients: grape juice and cornflour.
The preparation of pelamushi involves boiling down grape juice until it becomes thick and syrupy. Cornflour is then slowly added to the grape juice while continuously stirring to avoid lumps. As the mixture thickens further, it is poured into molds or onto flat surfaces to cool and solidify.
Pelamushi is a popular dessert and is often enjoyed on its own as a sweet treat. It's also sometimes served with a drizzle of pomegranate molasses or garnished with crushed walnuts for extra richness.
Its deep-rooted history in Georgian cuisine and its delightful taste make pelamushi a dessert that showcases the country's rich culinary heritage. If you explore Georgia or have a fondness for sweet treats, pelamushi is a dessert that's worth trying.

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