Girtsi (dumplings)– Pshavi baked khinkali
60+ Min
500+ Kcal

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500 500 gr. flour
100 100 gr. sour cream
50 50 gr. water
2 2 gr. salt
100 100 gr. lamb meat
300 300 gr. beef
100 100 gr. white onion
4 4 gr. cumin
2 2 gr. ground pepper
4 4 gr. salt
250 250 gr. water
10 10 gr. garlic
(curds) sauce:
100 100 gr. nadughi
50 50 gr. sour cream
10 10 gr. mint
1 1 gr. salt
step 1
Combine the dough ingredients and knead the dough well, it should have the consistency typical of khinkali.
step 2
After the first kneading, knead once more after 1 hour and the dough is ready.
step 3
Start the stuffing, the meat should stick together which gives it a Pshavi character, finely chop the onions, mix the spices and add warm water to make the meat fluffy, taste and the stuffing is ready.
step 4
Mix all the ingredients for the sauce.
step 5
Then proceed to wrap the girtsi.
step 6
Bake the wrapped girtsi at 170 degrees for 13-15 minutes.

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