• Chashushuli is a Georgian dish of beef (veal) meat. Translating from Georgian it means "spicy", that’s why it is recommended to cook with lots of hot pepper, but of course you can make it as spicy as you wish. This dish is cooked in its own juice, which gives it a unique taste, very soft and spicy at the same time. The dish needs to be prepared in a cauldron for not making it dry and tough. Typically, Chashushuli is served with lavash without garnish.