About Food – Cottage Cheese with Mint wrapped in Sulguni

In this recipe from the Samegrelo region (Georgian: სამეგრელო) of western Georgia we show how to make a delicious appetizer made with cottage cheese and mint wrapped in very thin Sulguni cheese.

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Ingredients: 8 slices of very thin Sulguni cheese. This is Sulguni that has been partially boiled in water, kneaded and folded and then rolled out into thin circular disks.

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Other ingredients: 300 grams of soft cottage cheese and 1 heaped tsp of dried mint.

Preparation: Add the cottage cheese and mint to a mixing bowl.

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Mix thoroughly.

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Add a small amount of the cottage cheese/mint mixture to a slice of sulguni cheese.

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Carefully wrap the mixture to create a cone shape.

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Repeat the process until all of the cottage cheese mixture has been wrapped.

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Serving: Serve cold.

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Cottage Cheese with Mint wrapped in Sulguni!

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2 Responses to “About Food – Cottage Cheese with Mint wrapped in Sulguni”
  1. This looks delicious, I am going to save this page and give this recipe a try. Thanks for sharing.

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