Khachapuri Again, As I Foretold You

When I made khachapuri before, I said I would make khachapuri again, and so I have. I don’t know what put the bee in my bonnet this time, but I was jonesin’ for it bad, so I made some.

I must like this Saveur recipe, because I was too lazy to go back and find my former post, so I did a search and this was the version I liked best and it turns out to be the same one. So.

I didn’t make the dough just for this, though; I had a batch of my favorite dough already made up, as I posted yesterday at Fatal Foodies. I also didn’t have any kale or sprouts, so I did this:

Khachapuri Again

Khachapuri againI sauteed some onion in vegan margarine and threw in some fresh spinach that was pining for the fjords and cooked it down until most of the liquid was gone. Divided it between the two khachapuri and sprinkled grated cheese over it all.

Oh, my my my my my!

And guess what guess what guess what?? I’m spotlighted today at Fia Essen’s terrific blog!! She issued a Challenge and I accepted and was chosen for a spotlight! Spotlight on Marian Allen, me!

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: A character makes a successful dish for a second time, but changes it. Good idea or bad idea?

MA

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One thought on “Khachapuri Again, As I Foretold You

  1. Fia Essen
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    January 7, 2015 at 11:27am

    Oh my, oh my! You’ve gone and made me hungry. I can practically taste your Khachapuri all the way here in Greece.

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  2. Jane
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    January 8, 2015 at 10:17am

    Remember the “Catch a Chicken Tory?”

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