|1.||Flour Dough||600 gram|
|2.||Tomato juice Dough||300 Ml|
|3.||Vegetable oil Dough||80 Ml|
|4.||Saffron Dough||1 Tsp|
|5.||Thyme Dough||1 Tsp|
|6.||Cane sugar Dough||2 tbsp|
|7.||Salt Dough||1 tbsp|
|8.||Dry yeast Dough||1/2 pack|
|9.||Bulb onions Filling||4 PC.|
|10.||Soy sauce Filling||30 Ml|
|11.||Vinegar Filling||2 tbsp|
|12.||Vegetable oil Filling||2 tbsp|
|13.||Ricotta Stuffing 2||200 gram|
|14.||Sour cream Stuffing 2||150 gram|
|15.||Greenery Stuffing 2||100 gram|
|16.||Garlic Stuffing 2||3 clove|
|17.||Pickles Stuffing 2||2 PC.|
|18.||Lemon juice Stuffing 2||15 Ml|
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.
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.
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.
5 . 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.
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.
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.
9 . 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!!!