|1.||Flour Dough||900 gram|
|2.||Milk Dough||100 Ml|
|3.||Water Dough||250 Ml|
|4.||Vegetable oil Dough||40 gram|
|5.||Salt Dough||0.5 tbsp|
|6.||Minced meat Filling||600 gram|
|7.||Pumpkin Filling||400 gram|
|8.||Bulb onions Filling||3 PC.|
|9.||Salt Filling||1 Tsp|
|10.||Spice Filling||10 gram|
|11.||Zira Filling||1 tbsp|
|12.||Vegetable oil Filling||40 gram|
|13.||Butter Pouring||40 gram|
1 . Stage
Prepare the dough for the khanum. Sift flour into a bowl. Separately mix water, salt and vegetable oil. Pour the wheat flour, put the dough on a work surface. Knead a smooth, elastic dough, roll into a ball. You may need a little more or a little less flour for the dough.
2 . Stage
Cover it with clingfilm and leave it for 30 minutes.
3 . Stage
Let's prepare the stuffing. Cut the onion into small cubes or half rings (you can fry it slightly in a pan until golden brown), grate the pumpkin. Then add minced meat, salt, pepper, add spices and mix everything.
4 . Stage
Roll it up into a roll.
5 . Stage
Grease the bottom of the sieve and the surface of the roll with vegetable oil. This way the roll will not stick to the sieve and will have a shiny appearance when ready. Transfer the hanum to the sieve of the steamer. Let's put the khanum to steam. Cooking time - 45 minutes.
6 . Stage
When the khanum is ready, you need to cut it into pieces, spread melted butter on top and you can serve it.