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Kutaisi: Culinary Masterclass

Product ID: 212193
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Experience the delicious smells and tastes of the most popular Georgian food. Join a dynamic and joyful masterclass of Khinkali, Churchkhela, and Khachapuri, taking in the extraordinary flavors of spices and herbs by creating local culinary masterpieces.
About this activity
Duration 4 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation

Pick-up service

Pickup is from your accommodation in Kutaisi.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Experience the smells and tastes of Georgian food
  • Learn two of the three options of Khinkali, Churchkhela, or Khachapuri
  • Discover the history and culture of the cuisine here
Full description
After being collected from your Kutaisi accommodation, you will venture towards your kitchen where you will receive an introduction to Georgian cuisine. You will be able to choose from two of these following three options:

Khinkali

Khinkali is made by twisting knobs of dough stuffed with meat and spices, and is considered to be one of the most popular national dishes. Different regions of Georgia make khinkali with different fillings. The most popular filling is a mixture of pork and beef. In the mountains, khinkali is often made with a lamb filling.

Churchkhela

Churchkhela is a traditional candy made by repeatedly dipping a long string of nuts in tatara, a mixture of flour, sugar, and Badagi (fresh grape juice). Georgians usually make Churchkhela in autumn when grapes and nuts are harvested. Churchkhela can also be made with dried fruit such as peach, apple, or plum and pumpkin seeds.

Khachapuri

Khachapuri, is Georgian cheese pie consisting of bread stuffed with melted cheese, often served sliced like a double-crust pizza. Different regions of Georgia have their own type of khachapuri. The most common is Imeretian khachapuri, from the region of Imereti, which is circular.
Includes
  • Pickup and drop off
  • Guide
What’s Not Included
  • Additional food or drink

Prepare for the activity

Important information
Know before you go
• The time is flexible and can be negotiated before booking