Flat Bread stuffed with Feta, Haloumi and Herbs. Khachapuri. Georgian Cuisine.

I encourage you to make this, as this dish will be loved by everyone. Moderate difficulty level and lots of fun to make.

Ingredients:

Kefir- 1 cup.

Sour cream – 1 cup.

Butter- 100 g. melted.

Sugar- 1 teaspoon.

Salt- 1/2 teaspoon.

Bicarbonate soda- 1/2 teaspoon.

Flour- 5-6 cups, or as much as it takes.

For the stuffing:

Haloumi- 250g, grated.

Feta- 250 g. grated.

Chives, parsley, cilantro, dill- 1/2 cup each, chopped.

Sour cream- 1/2 cup.

Butter- softened, 2 tablespoons, plus more for spreading on cooked breads.

Directions:

Mix kefir, sour cream and butter, add salt, sugar and soda, mix thoroughly. Add flour, and knead a dough for 5-10 minuets.( you are most welcome to use electronic equipment)

 

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Divide the dough on 6-8 pieces , form each piece into a ball and set aside.

 

Mix all your stuffing ingredients.

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Take one ball of dough and roll a flat bread place the stuffing on top, now carefully pick the ends of the bread and seal them together.

Turn over the stuffed bread and flatten it with your fingers.

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Cook on a heated pan, preferably ceramic or non stick, with no oil needed, covered, till nicely browned on each side. Spread a little butter on each cooked bread. Keep covered. These are best when hot, but great cold or re-heated.

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22 thoughts on “Flat Bread stuffed with Feta, Haloumi and Herbs. Khachapuri. Georgian Cuisine.

      1. It tasted wonderful, but my technique could do with some improvement. Lol! Next time I will try to get them a little thinner. Thank you!

        1. Ooo, that is wonderful, but I should have said, not to overfill the bread with stuffing, it’s my fault, will add that to a recipe 😘

  1. Beautiful! This looks and sounds so much similar to Indian Flat breads called Paranthas. I make a variant out of local Cottage Cheese, but I am so tempted to try out your version of the filling. Totally Yum! 🙂

    1. Thank you , it does look similar but tastes completely different , I know Parathas very well and make them as well. If you look at ingredients for the dough , they are very different . This dish originates from Georgian Cuisine.)

      1. Totally. I would agree with that. The ingredients are totally different so definitely the end result would be different. I am sure it would be brilliant! I just couldn’t help noticing the similarities. 🙂

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