For the dough:
For the filling:
1. Sift flour into a large bowl. In a separate medium bowl mix salt, hot water, vodka and oil. Add the liquids to the flour and start mixing until dough forms, if to sticky add more flour, if to dry add more water. Turn the dough into a clean working surface and knead until smooth dough forms. Place in a bowl, cover and let rest for 30 minutes.
2. Meanwhile make the filling: finely chop the onion and parsley. Place the meat in a large bowl, add chopped onion and parsley, add salt, black pepper and water. Mix until combined and set aside.
3. Divide the dough into 12 equal parts. Shape each portion into a ball. While working with one ball cover the rest with a towel. roll each ball into a thin circle, Place about 2-3 tablespoons of the meat mixture over one half of the dough and spread evenly. Fold the empty part of the dough over the meat mixture. Using a fork seal the dough.
4. Heat vegetable oil in a large wide pan. When the oil is hot fry the cheburki until golden brown. About 2-3 minutes on each side. Transfer to a paper towel to drain. Serve warm!
Somehow I knew that 6 cups of flour and 300 mL of water was not going to work. That is way too much flour. So when I made this recipe I used 3 cups of flour and all the other ingredients remain the same. This recipe turned out fantastic. So I think you might have made an error with the 6 cups of flour. These are a delicious lunch or dinner and I will definitely be making these again. Thank you the recipe.Reply
Yes I totally agree. Not enough water for the flour yes we had these when I was a child. Very goodReply
Why are you posting Russian Recipes on this site? This is a celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Ukraine's Independence! Please remove these recipes and put in Ukrainian varieties of these dishes.Reply
No, why would they, it’s just a recepi that just comes from Russia.Reply
My man its just food dont make my ducking dinner plate politicalReply
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