Category Archives: Georgian

Chicken Tapaka

Chicken Tapaka (tabaka )🍗 traditional Georgian (country) dish of a pan- roast chicken. Also garlic herbs sauce 🌱 the chicken is pressed as flat as possible in the pan and weighted down during frying (more…)...
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Khinkali are Georgian dumplings, but also popular in Armenian and Azerbaijani cuisine. Eating Khinkali is an art – using only your hands, hold the handle with the your fingers, then biting the pocket. You aren’t supposed to use a knife or fork, since it will release all the broth. This is what differentiates it from Read more

Chicken tapaka with garlic and herbs

Chicken tapaka with garlic and herbs 🌿 Georgian cuisine 🇬🇪 Also boiled/ fried potatoes 🥔 The chicken was so tender, juicy and delicious 🤤 Chicken tapaka is a traditionally fried chicken with no spices, just rubbed with salt and pepper for 20 minutes before cooking and fried in a butter. Put the chicken on a...
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Khachapuri, from scratch

This time I made Adjarian khachapuri from scratch. Usually I use premade frozen dough, and that works perfectly fine too. This time, however, I made the dough and it was really quick and easy. For the dough I used: -2 1/2 cup of flour, -2.5-3 tsp yeast (mix it in 1 cup warm water with 1tsp...
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Khinkali

Khinkali are Georgian dumplings, but also popular in Armenian and Azerbaijani cuisine. Eating Khinkali is an art - using only your hands, hold the handle with the your fingers, then biting the pocket. You aren't supposed to use a knife or fork, since it will release all the broth. This is what differentiates it from Read more