In this article, learn more about How To Eat Khinkali Correctly. Can you eat tails from khinkali and do you need to order tkemali with them..
Georgian cuisine is one of the most popular today, and khinkali is probably the most popular dish along with khachapuri. Nevertheless, many people are surprised to see sweet khinkali on the menu , others eat this dish with utensils, and others eat the tails.
Let's find out what khinkali should be , how to eat them and whether they need a sauce.
Initially, khinkali was prepared from flour, lamb, garlic and onions. Moreover, the meat was cut with 2 knives: khinkali dakipeli. Now the minced meat is passed through a meat grinder, plus other spices, pepper, cilantro are added to it.
As the dish spread to regions where there were other livestock, the filling also began to change. And now you can order them with beef or pork, on the shores of the Black Sea you can find khinkali with fish, somewhere they cook it with cheese, mushrooms and potatoes - now it is already considered quite normal.
Some guests order khinkali sauce, sour cream, satsibeli. This is not tragic, but it is still better to eat them without sauce - everything you need is in the dish. You only need to sprinkle with ground black pepper, you can add a little vinegar. If khinkali with suluguni cheese, you can put a piece of butter on top.
Khinkali is eaten not only with the hands, although many people now hold it with a fork or grab the tail. The main thing is not to pierce with a fork, otherwise all the broth will flow out. For that reason, first nibble on khinkali , carefully drink the broth, and then finish eating. If the khinkali have cooled, then they do not need to be heated - it is better to fry them in oil.