Tbilisi khachapuri recipes

Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian dish, a bread filled with a cheese. Let's see some recipes.

Khachapuri recipe 1


Wheat flour600 ml
Kefir200 ml
Salt1 teaspoon
Sugar1 teaspoon
Baking soda0.5 teaspoon
Sunflower oil1 teaspoon
A hard cheese400 gram.
Butter50 gram

The dough:
take a pot, pour there kefir, add one egg, salt, sugar and butter, then stir it up.
Sieve 400 ml of wheat flour, add baking soda, mix it up and add it to the pot.
To make a soft dough, add some flour to form the dough that is soft and it can keep its shape. If it is OK, the dough would be just a little sticky to the touch. Do not add too much flour, or khachapuri would be too tough and dense.
Cover the pot with a lid, and let it stay for a while.

The filling:
grate the cheese using a grater with large holes. Add one egg to the cheese. The filling is ready.
Roll the dough to form a sausage-shape roll, slice it into nine pieces.
Create round shapes out of nine pieces.
Put in a center of a piece some fillings.
Now use peripheral parts of the piece to cover its center, with a little overlap.
Turn it upside down, and roll it just a little bit. Then repeat it.
Put it on a hot pan (don't use a butter!), cover the pan with a lid, and bake khachapuri until it gets golden color.
Grease the khachapuri with butter.

Khachapuri recipe 2 - khachapuri with suluguni cheese baked on a pan

You'll need:

For a dough:

Kefir500 ml
Flour1 kg
Baking soda1 teaspoon
Vegetable cooking oil2 tablespoons

For stuffing:

Suluguni cheese500 g
Egg yolks5
(coriander, dill, etc)
Add for your taste
how much you want

How to cook:

  1. Beat the eggs using a mixer in a bowl, add Kefir. Mix it all up.
  2. Sieve the flour and the baking soda into the bowl. Make a dough, it must be soft enough, but it shouldn't stick to your hands. Put the dough aside for half an hour or so.
  3. Grate the cheese on a grater. Add yolks and mix it all up. Add some chopped herbs. Mix it up.
  4. Cut the dough in four even pieces. Each part cut into two uneven parts. Roll out them into tiny circles.
  5. Put 1/4 part of stuffing on the circle of larger diameter, spread it around but save some space at the edge. Put the smaller circle on it, and merge their edges making a splice.
  6. Grease a pan with butter, put the khachapuri on the pan (keep the splice down), cower the pan with a lid, heat it up on low heat for 7-10 minutes.
  7. Turn over the khachapuri, take off the lid and bake it for 3-4 minutes.

Buon appetito!