Khanum In A Slow Cooker - A Step By Step Recipe With A Photo
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Video: Khanum In A Slow Cooker - A Step By Step Recipe With A Photo
2023 Author: Kimberly Farrell | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:15
Try to cook Khanum in a slow cooker, I'm sure you will be very satisfied. This dish is unusually tasty and satisfying, even children eat with pleasure.
Khanum is a dish of Uzbek cuisine, which is essentially a steamed dumplings roll with filling. There are a lot of filling options, here you can safely experiment. Today we will prepare the simplest, but no less delicious roll, stuffed with minced meat and onions. You can take any minced meat, but I recommend taking more onions, it gives juiciness. It is very tasty to serve Khanum with sour cream, adjika, fresh vegetables and herbs. The dish is worthy of both everyday and festive table.
Purpose: For lunch / For dinner / For a banquet table / Inexpensive
Main ingredient: Meat / Dough / Minced meat / Yeast dough
Dish: Hot dishes / Dough dishes / Steamed dishes / Filled dishes
Cuisine geography: Uzbek / Eastern
- Egg - 1 Piece
- Water - 70 Milliliters
- Vegetable oil - 3 Tbsp. spoons
- Flour - 200 Grams
- Minced meat - 300 grams
- Onions - 1-2 Pieces
- Salt - To taste
- Ground black pepper - To taste
- Spices - To taste (optional)
How to cook "Khanum in a multicooker"
Prepare all ingredients. Combine egg and water in a deep bowl. Add 1 tbsp. vegetable oil and 0.5 tsp. salt. Stir. Sprinkle flour in portions. Stir the dough with a spoon first, then continue with your hands. Flour may take a little more or less than indicated in the recipe. The finished dough should be firm and elastic, collect it in a ball, cover with a towel and leave for 20-30 minutes. For the filling, combine minced meat and onion, chopped into small cubes. Add salt, ground pepper, and your favorite spices to taste. Add a couple of tablespoons of vegetable oil and mix well. Grease the table and rolling pin with vegetable oil. Roll out the dough into a rectangle, no more than 2-3 millimeters thick. The excess can be cut with a knife.