A unique device for simple modeling of a wonderful
Georgian dish - Khinkali.
Easy to cook for
adults and children
Can be washed
in a dishwasher
Amazing gift for yourself, your family and friends
Made from high quality
food grade ABS plastic
29,90 €
How to cook
Cooking instructions
To make the filling, chop up the meat with a knife or pass it through the largest mesh of the meat grinder. It could be beef, lamb, pork, veal, or a combination of several kinds of meat in any proportion, however you like it.

Peel the onions and finely chop them or pass them through the grinder along with the meat.

Now, add finely chopped cilantro to the filling, which gives this dish a really special Georgian flavor, along with salt and, of course, freshly ground black pepper, as well as any other spices that you like most: hot red pepper, ground coriander, cumin, for example.

And finally, to make the dish more juicy, gradually pour as much water into the minced meat as it can absorb, mix well and set it aside for a while giving it time to soak in your favorite spices.
Ingredients for filling
500 gr.
200 ml.
10 gr.
500 gr.
100 gr.
1 bunch
10 gr.
10 gr.
200 ml.
The dough for Khinkali should be very dense and elastic at the same time.

The traditional proportions of this dough are 3 (flour) : 1 (water). However, making such a dough is very difficult, although still possible. It can be very tough. In restaurants and industrial kitchens it is made with special equipment. Moreover, it depends a lot on the quality and the sort of you flour. For home-made Khinkali, you can add more water to your dough.

So, in order to make a good dough, we need all-purpose flour and some cold salted water. Mix the sifted flour with water and knead the dough from 10 up to 15 minutes, until it turns into a lump. Now wrap the dough in film and let it rest from 20 minutes to half an hour in the refrigerator and then knead it again. Letting the dough rest makes it softer and easier to work with. The dough should become homogeneous, smooth and elastic, and in no case should it delaminate or crumble.

Now divide the dough into small balls of 30 - 35 gr., flatten them a little and roll them out with a rolling pin to about 1.5 - 2 mm of thickness.
Now, put the dough circle on the Khinkali Master and lightly press it in between the petals of the device, as shown in the video. Then put a spoonful of meat filling in the middle of the circle and press on the outer ring of the device. The petals converge, lifting the edges of the dough and forming even and beautiful folds. Now, all that's left is to firmly pinch them to close your Khinkali pouch so that the broth doesn't flow out while it's cooking. If necessary, cut off the top of the stem to make it shorter.

Release the Khinkali, bringing the outer ring of the device to its initial position. Our beautiful Khinkali is ready.
Khinkali should be cooked in a large pot in small portions.

Put them into boiling, well-salted water one at a time, while stirring the water with a wooden spatula for some time so that the Khinkalis don't stick together or to the bottom. That's also why you should not cook everything at once (from 10 to 15 Khinkalis at a time, depending on the size of your pot).

Cook them until they're ready, on medium heat, from 7 up to 10 minutes.
Carefully remove the Khinkalis from the water with a skimmer, preferably one at a time. Place them on a serving platter and sprinkle them with freshly ground black pepper.

Khinkalis are generally served and eaten hot. They taste better while they're still warm so don't let them cool down completely before eating!

Enjoy your meal!
Ingredients for dough
What is in the package?
In the package you will find the Khinkali Master device already assembled and ready for you to use.
Which countries are you delivering it to?
The orders made on this website are delivered to Europe and the rest of the world. For delivery to Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, please visit http://khinkali-master.ru
What is it made of?
It is made of food grade ABS plastic.
In what colors is it available?
At the moment it is only available in white.
How long does the delivery take ?
Delivery delays vary by country and region.
Is it worth keeping the packaging after the purchase?
It is not necessary, however, if you want to, you can keep it and store the device in its own packaging.
A unique device for simple modeling of a wonderful Georgian dish — Khinkali.
29,90 €
*The price does not include shipping
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