Traditional khachapuri was baked in the oven, modern – in the oven. But there is a simpler everyday way to cook them – khachapuri in a pan. Here are 15 of the best recipes!
1. Khachapuri on kefir
Hearty and fragrant khachapuri for the whole family. Even beginners can do it!
You will need: 200 g flour, 100 ml kefir, 1 egg, 100 g hard cheese, 0.5 tsp each. sugar, salt and baking powder for the dough.
Cooking: Mix kefir, egg, sugar and salt. Add flour with baking powder, knead the dough, divide into parts and roll out. Put grated cheese on each cake, roll it again and fry for 3-4 minutes on each side over medium heat.
2. Khachapuri on sour cream
To make the dough even more tender, take fat sour cream and be sure to sift the flour.
You will need: 250 g flour, 200 g sour cream, 1 egg, 400 g Adyghe cheese, 50 g butter, 0.5 tsp. salt, 1 tbsp. vegetable oil.
Cooking: Mix sour cream, egg white, salt, vegetable oil and flour, knead the dough and leave for half an hour. Mix grated cheese with egg yolk and soft butter. Roll the filling into balls and wrap each in a dough cake. Roll out the cakes again and fry the khachapuri for 5-6 minutes on each side over low heat.
3. Khachapuri with milk
If desired, add a little fragrant chopped greens.
You will need: 160 g flour, 200 ml milk, 1 egg, 300 g suluguni, 1 tsp. baking powder for dough, 1 tsp salt.
Cooking: Knead a homogeneous dough from milk, eggs, salt, flour and baking powder. Add grated suluguni and mix. Put the mass on a preheated frying pan and fry over low heat for 10 minutes under the lid. Flip the khachapuri and brown on the other side.
4. Khachapuri on the water
Universal dough for frying pan and oven.
You will need: 1.5 cups of flour, 1/2 cup of water, 1 egg, 200 g of Adyghe cheese, 100 g of suluguni, 1 pinch of sugar and salt, 1 tsp. vegetable oil.
Cooking: Mix flour, sugar and salt, pour in water with vegetable oil and egg, and knead an elastic dough. Divide it into parts, roll into cakes. Grate both types of cheese and put on cakes. Collect them in bags, roll them out again and fry in a dry frying pan for 5-6 minutes on each side over low heat.
5. Khachapuri on matsoni
Matsoni dough is not too familiar to us, but classic for Georgia.
You will need: 2.5-3 cups of flour, 1 cup of matsoni, 1 egg, 150 g of cheese, 150 g of hard cheese, 1 tbsp. vegetable oil, 0.5 tsp soda, 1 pinch of salt.
Cooking: Whisk yoghurt with salt, soda, vegetable oil and egg. Add flour, knead the dough, divide it into pieces and roll out. Grate and mix both types of cheese. Put the filling on each cake and fold its edges so that the cheese is inside. Fry khachapuri over low heat for 5-6 minutes per side.
6. Khachapuri with cottage cheese in a pan
A completely non-classical recipe, but so fast that you can cook it even for breakfast.
You will need: 500 g cottage cheese, 5 eggs, 150 g hard cheese, 80 g flour, 1 bunch of cilantro, 1 pinch of salt.
Cooking: Mix cottage cheese, eggs and salt. Add chopped cilantro, grated cheese and flour, and spread the dough in parts on a dry non-stick pan. Fry lazy khachapuri until golden brown on both sides.
7. Khachapuri with cheese in a pan
Before serving, we recommend brushing such khachapuri with melted butter.
You will need: 100 g sour cream, 200 g hard cheese, 1 egg, 125 g flour, 2 tbsp. vegetable oil, 25 g butter.
Cooking: Knead the dough from sour cream, egg white, vegetable oil and flour. Separately, mix the grated cheese with the yolk and melted butter. Divide the dough in half, roll out the cakes and lay out the cheese filling on each. Roll them up and roll them out again. Fry khachapuri in a dry frying pan on both sides until golden brown.
8. Khachapuri with greens
For khachapuri, cilantro is best, but choose greens to your taste.
You will need: 180 ml of kefir, 260 g of flour, 200 g of hard cheese, 1 tbsp. vegetable oil, 1 tbsp. sour cream, 1 bunch of greens, 1 tsp. sugar, salt and soda.
Cooking: Knead the dough from kefir, vegetable oil, sugar, salt, soda and flour. Leave for 20 minutes and divide into parts. Mix grated cheese, chopped herbs and sour cream. Roll out the dough into flat cakes, lay out the filling, roll them into bags and roll out the khachapuri again. Fry in a dry frying pan on both sides over low heat.
9. Khachapuri with cheese in a pan
Amazing dough turns out not dry at all andnot hard even when it cools down.
You will need: 1.5 cups of flour, 125 ml of yogurt, 130 g of cheese, 1 pinch of salt and soda, half a bunch of dill and parsley.
Cooking: Knead the dough from yogurt, salt, soda and flour, and leave for half an hour under the film. Mix crumbled cheese with chopped herbs. Divide the dough into pieces, roll out, spread out the filling and roll the cakes into bags. Roll out again and fry khachapuri in a dry frying pan for 3-4 minutes over medium heat on both sides.
10. Khachapuri with meat
In order for the minced meat to definitely have time to fry, cook khachapuri on minimum heat and under the lid.
You will need: 500 g minced meat, 1 onion, 1 cup flour, 1/2 cup kefir, 1 egg, 1 tsp. tomato paste, 0.5 tsp each salt, soda and sugar, 1 tbsp. vegetable oil, spices.
Cooking: Mix minced meat, finely chopped onion, spices and tomato paste, and beat a little. Whisk kefir with egg, butter, salt, sugar and soda with a whisk. Add flour, knead the dough, divide into pieces and roll into thin layers.
Put the filling on each cake, collect them in bags and roll them out again. Fry khachapuri under the lid for 10 minutes on one side, and then 5-7 minutes on the other.
11. Khachapuri with egg in a pan
Of course, this is not exactly Adjarian khachapuri, but it is also very tasty!
You will need: 200 g cottage cheese, 3 eggs, 3 tbsp. flour, 50 g hard cheese, 0.5 tsp. baking powder for dough, 1 pinch of salt.
Cooking: Mix cottage cheese, flour, proteins, baking powder and salt, and divide the dough into 3 parts. Form flat boats and place them on a greased pan. Fry on one side, flip and fry for another 3 minutes. Put grated cheese and yolk on each boat, and cook for a couple more minutes under the lid.
12. Khachapuri with suluguni in a pan
Kefir for the test should be a little warm, or at least room temperature.
You will need: 280 ml of kefir, 320 g of suluguni, 450 g of flour, 1 egg, 1 tsp. salt and sugar, 25 ml vegetable oil, 5 g baking powder for dough, 0.5 tsp. soda.
Cooking: Beat kefir, egg yolk, vegetable oil, salt and sugar with a whisk, add flour with baking powder and soda, and knead the dough. Leave it for 20 minutes under the film. Mix grated suluguni with protein and roll 4 balls. Wrap each ball in a dough cake and roll out the khachapuri according to the diameter of the pan. Fry them over medium heat under a lid until golden brown on both sides.
13. Lazy khachapuri in a pan
And they are lazy because they don’t even need to wrap the stuffing here.
You will need: 100 g hard cheese, 1 egg, 3 tbsp. sour cream, 2 tbsp. flour, 0.5 tsp baking powder for dough, spices.
Cooking: Grate the cheese and mix all the ingredients together. Grease a frying pan with oil and pour the batter onto it. Fry khachapuri for 7 minutes over low heat, turn over and fry on the other side.
14. Khachapuri with tomatoes
Juicy and tender khachapuri in haste.
You will need: 250 g flour, 200 ml kefir, 150 g cheese, 200 g suluguni, 200 g tomatoes, 0.5 tsp. salt and soda.
Cooking: Mix the sifted flour with salt and soda, pour in kefir and knead a dense dough. Grate suluguni, crumble the cheese and finely chop the tomatoes. Divide the dough into parts, roll out and lay out the filling on each part. Wrap it in a bag, roll it out again and fry the khachapuri in a dry frying pan over medium heat for 5 minutes on each side.
15. Khachapuri with melted cheese
Quick homemade khachapuri is good with any cheese, even melted.
You will need: 200 ml of kefir, 370 g of flour, 200 g of processed cheese, 1 egg, 0.5 tsp each. soda and salt, 1 tsp baking powder for dough, 2 tbsp. vegetable oil.
Cooking: Beat kefir with soda, salt, egg, baking powder and vegetable oil. Add the sifted flour and knead the dough. Divide it into 4 parts, roll each one and put grated processed cheese on it. Fold the edges over and roll out the cakes again. Fry khachapuri over medium heat for 3-4 minutes on each side.