About Food – Mokhrakula

In this family recipe from a village in lower Racha (Georgian: რაჭა) we show how to make a type of khachapuri similar to Mokhrakuli Khachapuri (Georgian: მოხრაკული ხაჭაპური) in that it is fried, not baked, and takes much less time to make than the traditional baked khachapuri. 

Mokhrakula

IngredientsDough: 3 eggs, 200 grams of flour, 150 ml of water, 1 heaped tbs of sour cream, 1 level tsp of salt, 1 level tsp of sugar, half tsp of baking soda.

Filling: 1 tomato, 50 grams of green onion, 1 large potato, 200 grams of Imeretian or Sulguni cheese, 1 tbs of hot red pepper and 5 tbs of oil.

Preparation: Add the eggs to a mixing bowl and beat together with 1 level tsp of sugar and 1 level tsp of salt. Use a whisk to beat the ingredients.

Preparing eggs - Copy

And 1 heaped tbs of sour cream, together with 150 ml of water and mix.

Adding Water - Copy

Gradually add and mix in 200 grams of flour. Add half tsp of baking soda and mix with a spoon.

Mixing - Copy

Crumble the cheese, chop the green onions, grate the potato and slice the tomatoes.

Ingredients - Copy

Add the cheese, green onions, grated potato and tomatoes to the egg/flour mixture and stir with a wooden spoon.

Mixing Ingredients - Copy

Add the red pepper and 5 tbs of oil.

Adding Red Pepper - Copy

Mix thoroughly.

Mixed Ingredients - Copy

Pour the mixture into a hot pan that has a little oil and heat on a low temperature for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes, carefully turn the Mokhrakula and cook for a 5 minutes on a low temperature.

Adding the mixture to a pan - Copy

Serving: Serve hot.

Mokhrakula Ready for Serving - Copy

Enjoy your Mokhrakula!

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