When we Georgians think of New Year, we think of Satsivi. This is a traditional dish that comes from western regions of Georgia with main ingredients –… Read more “Satsivi – Georgians’ New Year Special.”
What can brighten grey, dull winter evening better than green color?! Maybe Spinach? Yes, please. Heading back from work, hiding from a sleet in a warm puffer… Read more “Spinach with eggs.”
With the New Year around the corner – time comes to open up traditional recipes and try to cook like grandma’s use to. Greens with walnuts is Georgian… Read more “Leek with walnuts”
In Georgia, we have lots of kinds of so called stuffed bread – you may heard of Khachapuri (bread with cheese) maybe even Lobiani (bread with mashed beans),… Read more “Mkhlovana”
Entire evening I was thinking about what would be my first blogpost and first recipe on this new blog and finally I came down on khinkali. There is a reason for it. For us Georgians, khinkali is one of the most popular food, we eat it in restaurants, in nearby bistros, sometimes with family, sometimes with friends, even couples go to so called “sakhinkle” (place for khinkali) on their dates. We also love to make Khinkali – Georgian kind of a dumpling, at home, together with family and relatives, it’s more fun and easier.