Try to cook oven pies with mushrooms, with an unusual shape according to a simple recipe. For baking, you need a sweet dough. You can knead it yourself or purchase it in the culinary departments. For the dough, use white wheat flour and quick dry yeast. Milk in the recipe can be replaced with kefir, fermented baked milk or cream 10%.
For the filling, fresh champignons, mushrooms or oyster mushrooms are best suited. In order for the pastries to turn out appetizing, be sure to grease the pies with yolk.
- Kefir – 150 ml.
- Sugar – 10 g.
- Salt – 8 g.
- Yeast – 7 g.
- Flour – 250-270 g.
- Vegetable oil – 20 ml in the dough + 25 ml for frying mushrooms.
- Champignons – 350 g.
- Onion – 50 g.
- Salt, pepper – for the filling.
- Yolk – 1 pc.
How to cook:
1. Heat the milk to a temperature of 30 degrees, add sugar and yeast.
2. Add salt or vegetable oil, mix until smooth.
3. Add the sifted flour and knead into a soft slightly sticky dough.
4. Put it in a spacious bowl, greased with vegetable oil, tighten with cling film. On the film, make several holes with a toothpick and leave for an hour and a half to rise. The dough should double in size.
5. Prepare the filling. Wipe the mushrooms with a damp cloth and cut into thin slices. Chop the peeled onion.
6. Fry the ingredients in a pan with vegetable oil. Salt and pepper. Cool the filling.
7. Divide the finished dough into 6 parts weighing approximately about 80 g. Roll each part into a rectangle with a side size of 8 by 5 cm.
8. Trim the edges with a roller cutter.
9. Lay the filling diagonally on the rectangle.
10. Roll one end.
11. Wrap the second edge so that the seam is at the bottom.
12. Transfer the pies to a baking mat, grease with beaten yolk. Bake in the oven for 25 minutes at 220 degrees.
13. Transfer the finished pies to a serving plate.