A few years ago we noticed that there were lack of quality, delicious home-made dumplings(pelmeni) and vareniki in London. And also a lack of adored by everyone homemade grandmother’s patties with potatoes or cabbage. And we began to try different ingredients to get the same taste of dumplings as at home. With numerous samples, we have our real home-made dumplings(pelmeni)and vareniki. And now we are pleased to offer you to try and enjoy the taste of homemade food. We would like to say that all we do is handmade-from kneading dough to the final result of it. Our dough as in the old days contains only 4 components – water, flour, salt and egg. We demand very high quality requirements for the ingredients that we buy for the preparation of all our products. We also want to say that all products are produced with great love and care. We will also continue the cuisine traditions of Europe, Russia, Ukraine and Asia, China .. We would like that in our assortment of products each buyer will find what he will like to taste.
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Let me introduce pelmeni.
Let me introduce to you – vareniki. Many people know such food, it’s like Polish pirogi or Italian ravioli. It’s a very similar food, the principle is the same , you need to make a dough and you need a filling. As for the stuffing for dumplings, there is were the fancy goes. The stuffing for vareniki can be meat, vegetable, sweet with any berries or jam.
Mantys (dumplings), most likely , were cooked in China and gradually spread along the Great Silk Road. Mantys are very popular food in Central Asian countries and in Turkey and Korea. It is also a popular dish from the former Soviet Republics such as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and others. In Georgia, such food, called khinkali, but unlike khinkali is boiled in water, like pelmeni or vareniki.
We invite you to try our special sauce which we created on the based on a sauce of the popular in Central Asia.
Khinkali is a traditional Georgian dish that is the best known for its bright taste and unusual shape.
Khinkali is usually made from chopped or minced meat using beef or lamb. Onion, parsley or cilantro, ground black pepper, cumin, salt, sometimes a little garlic, is added.
Khinkali dough is made fresh without the addition of an egg. In some areas of Georgia there other options for making dough with egg or choux pastry.
Enjoy your meal!
Enjoy your meal!
And we make sausages in the dough with mozzarella cheese. Sausages are either beef or chicken (Halal), this is also fried like pirojki in Sunflower oil. Pirojki are popular both as a quick breakfast, and as a delicious quick snack at lunchtime, and also in the evening time at home with the family. All pirojki and sausages in the dough are delivered freshly prepared and hot.