Fragrant, lush, festive, beautiful, very tasty! Christmas stollen is a traditional German pastry made from yeast pastry dough. Its peculiarity is that the ready-made stollen is left standing for several weeks, thanks to which it reveals its incredible taste and aroma.
Aromatic, decadent, celebratory, visually stunning, and incredibly delicious! Christmas stollen is a traditional German pastry crafted from yeast-based dough. What sets it apart is the practice of allowing the finished stollen to stand for several weeks, a process that unveils its remarkable taste and aroma.
It is translated into Russian as “Lahmajun-hazelnut” and is a miniature snack dish “for one tooth”, the birthplace of which is considered to be the city of Tarsus in south-eastern Turkey. Tiny tortillas made of dough, covered with a mixture of minced meat and vegetables, are served in restaurants while waiting for a change of dishes. We will try to look at this dish from an everyday point of view and prepare delicious mini – lahmajuns in an ordinary kitchen, especially since all the necessary products are at our fingertips.
This delicious recipe can come in handy in the mushroom season. The presence of whole-grain flour in the dough enriches it with useful fiber. A pan-dried onion with 1 tablespoon of oil reduces the formation of trans fats. A dish with a high protein content due to the presence of eggs is provided to you. This dish is suitable for ovo-vegetarians.
I suggest you try hearty, fragrant tortillas on custard dough. The dough turns out to be simple, it is cooked quickly to the touch (excluding cooking time), and the tortillas are cooked directly in the pan. Tortillas will perfectly complement light soups and broths, fresh salads or can become a hearty snack for tea!
Oh, this culinary hooligan, Zhenya Klopotenko! He loves to turn traditional recipes upside down. Personally, as soon as I saw this recipe, unexpected in many moments, I immediately “got sick” with it. Very unusual dough and filling with unexpected ingredients. And by the way, the dough can be used not only for dessert, but also for salty crackers. They did not expect? Come on in!