Khinkali (Georgian: ხინკალი) is a juicy Georgian dumpling, filled with seasoned minced meat (lamb or beef). Minced onions, red chili pepper, and cumin are always part of the recipe, while herbs (cilantro and parsley) are optional. Khinkali is supposed to be eaten with hands (no utensils). It is picked up by the top of the dumpling (aka kudi or “hat”) and turned upside down. First, you bite a small hole to suck all the meat juices trapped inside.
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Our delicious plate of Khinkali with our sauce. We invite you to try our Georgian Lemonade too! They are the best complement to your khinkali meal. Make sure you roll up your sleeves and dig into a delicious plate of Khinkali.
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