●300 g lamb (can substitute lean pork)
●300 g beef or veal
●2 medium onions
●pinch of ground coriander
●freshly ground black pepper
●1 Cup ice water

For the dough:
●4 cups flour
●2 tbsp vegetable oil
●1 tsp. salt
●1 Cup ice water


1. Sift half of the flour on the Board, make a well, add salt and vegetable oil, pour 1 Cup of ice (!) water (ice water will make the dough elastic and not tearing when rolling out) and knead the dough. When a soft lump, put it aside for 30 minutes. Then pour the flour, knead for 10-15 minutes, then again to snooze for 30 minutes. Add the remaining flour and knead firm dough that does not stick to hands.

2. Meat wash, dry and finely chop with a knife or mince with a large grille.

3. Finely chop the onion, sprinkle with a pinch of salt and mash well by hand to spread the onion juice, add black pepper and coriander. Mix the onion with the minced meat.

4. Gradually pour in the beef ice water, knead it thoroughly. The stuffing should absorb as much water as possible, but to be homogeneous elastic mass. I got about 2/3 Cup. This is a very important stage, because the essence of khinkali in meat broth that forms inside of the meat. After you add water, check for salt and if needed, salt.

5. Divide the dough into pieces. Roll out one portion to a thickness of 1 mm. If the dough is correct — it should not tear. Cut out circles with a diameter of about 15 cm, put in each 1 tbsp minced.

6. Then take both hands on the edge of the cake and assemble it to the center of the folds in the bag. Folds should be from 16 to 20. To connect all of the folds, to tighten them in the tail and gently pull up.

7. Boil over high heat in a wide pan 3 quarts of water, salt. Lower khinkali in boiling water tails up. After surfacing to cook them for about 15 minutes, with no need to disturb them with a spoon so as not to tear the dough is a little better shake the pan. Khinkali is to put the skimmer on a wide dish so that they do not touch each other and do not stick together.

Khinkali take hands for the tail, bite and drink the hot broth inside, and only then are biting on all sides and eat the stuffing. The tail do not eat.

Bon appetite! Khinkali

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