Tomato pie with onions
Date icon - Master recipes 28.09.2022
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Servings per container:
8
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Complexity:
Insanity
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Calorie content:
34.54
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Carbohydrates:
5.2
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Fats:
1.29
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Squirrels:
1.01
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Water:
0.9

Cooking

1 . Stage

If you decide to make a pie with a filling of pickled onions, the first thing to do is to pickle the onions. Cut the onion into half rings, add spices and oil, and knead a little. I marinated onions for 24 hours in the refrigerator. If you pre-scald the sliced onions with boiling water, you can use when the dough is ready.

1. Stage. If you decide to make a pie with a filling of pickled onions, the first thing to do is to pickle the onions. Cut the onion into half rings, add spices and oil, and knead a little. I marinated onions for 24 hours in the refrigerator. If you pre-scald the sliced onions with boiling water, you can use when the dough is ready.

2 . Stage

Grind thyme and saffron.

1. Stage. Grind thyme and saffron.

3 . Stage

Knead the dough. The bread maker helps me. After kneading you should get such a beautiful kolobok. We leave the dough to rise.

1. Stage. Knead the dough. The bread maker helps me. After kneading you should get such a beautiful kolobok. We leave the dough to rise.

4 . Stage

Let's make the second filling. Chop greens, pickles, squeeze garlic with a garlic crusher. Mix ricotta, sour cream, herbs, garlic, cucumbers, add lemon juice and most importantly, don't eat it!!! Try for salt. The saltiness of the cucumbers was enough for me.

1. Stage. Let's make the second filling. Chop greens, pickles, squeeze garlic with a garlic crusher. Mix ricotta, sour cream, herbs, garlic, cucumbers, add lemon juice and most importantly, don't eat it!!! Try for salt. The saltiness of the cucumbers was enough for me.

5 . Stage

The dough is ready. We take it out. Lightly knead and divide into two parts.

1. Stage. The dough is ready. We take it out. Lightly knead and divide into two parts.

6 . Stage

Roll out a circle of dough and put it in a mold. I took pizza molds.

1. Stage. Roll out a circle of dough and put it in a mold. I took pizza molds.

7 . Stage

For the onion pie, I rolled out a rectangle, trimmed off the excess, and used the scraps for the top netting. Drain the marinade off the onions so the dough doesn't get soggy.

1. Stage. For the onion pie, I rolled out a rectangle, trimmed off the excess, and used the scraps for the top netting. Drain the marinade off the onions so the dough doesn't get soggy.

8 . Stage

Turn on the oven to 180*. Cover strips of dough with onion filling. Let the pie stand for about 30 minutes. I had a sudden power outage and the pies stood for about an hour... Bake in the preheated oven for about 30 minutes.

1. Stage. Turn on the oven to 180*. Cover strips of dough with onion filling. Let the pie stand for about 30 minutes. I had a sudden power outage and the pies stood for about an hour... Bake in the preheated oven for about 30 minutes.

9 . Stage

Lay out the second filling. Spread evenly. Bake for about 30 minutes. Referring to your oven.

1. Stage. Lay out the second filling. Spread evenly. Bake for about 30 minutes. Referring to your oven.

10 . Stage

The pies are ready!!! Bon appetit!!! I liked them even better when cold, but only a few pieces survived!!!

1. Stage. The pies are ready!!! Bon appetit!!! I liked them even better when cold, but only a few pieces survived!!!