Lazy Georgian Hachapuri

Lazy Georgian Hachapuri

This hachapuri doesn’t have yeast therefore doesn’t require hours of waiting for the dough to rise. It’s one my husbands favorite things to have for breakfast.


1 cup of Kefir or Buttermilk

1/2 tsp of salt

2 tsp of baking powder

1/2 tsp baking soda

2 tea spoons melted butter

2 cups of flour + extra for rolling

Cheese mixture:

8 oz of feta

1 cup of Mexican cheese mix

1 egg

1 tsp of pepper

( no need to add salt , cheese already has lots of salt in it )

Whisk egg and kefir ( or buttermilk ) add the rest of the ingredients, form the dough into a ball, cover plastic wrap or kitchen towel and let the dough sit for 10 min

Mix together all the cheese mixture ingredients and divide it in 4 -6 equal portions.

Divide the dough in 4-6 balls. Roll one ball out and add cheese mixture. Pinch it back together tightly into a ball pinching all the sides together. Dust it with some flour and Roll it out into a flat circle shape, always adding more flour so it doesn’t stick to your Rolling pin . Should be around 6in wide no more than that . Repeat for each ball of dough .

Heat a frying pan with some oil and fry the hachapuri on each side till golden brown on medium low heat about 2-3 min per side . You can eat it hot or cold . Enjoy !!

6 thoughts on “Lazy Georgian Hachapuri”

  • Sounds so good! Never tried these but every time you make them, I always want to try them out! Really need to make it happen this week!
  • I saw you making this in your Instagram stories and I knew I had to make this! I decided to take that chance and make this today for breakfast and I made some changes to use up some of the ingredients I always have at home. I'm Mexican and always have queso fresco and mexican sour cream at home so I used that instead of the feta and cottage cheese (you used some in your instagram stories.) Besides those two ingredient substitutions; I followed your recipe completely from here. Omg this was so darn tasty and easy. It's so cheesy, delicious, and you can double to recipe to feed a big family. Everyone enjoyed it here with no complaints. I'll be saving this recipe and I'll continue making it from now on. Thank you for the work you do Lily!

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