Super appetizer for holidays and everyday life, with delicious stuffing from the gifts of the beauty of autumn! Eggplant rings, fragrant mushrooms under a layer of juicy spicy carrots and melting cream cheese... and all this in a frame of crispy Golden crust... very tasty! The name for this snack just happened to pop into my head. Only then I began to search the Internet for something consonant and what it could mean, and found. From German Stapel: pile, pile... Yes, in point of fact, I got!
Raw carrots peel and grate on a coarse grater. Add Apple cider vinegar, black pepper and ground coriander. Squeeze out garlic.
Stir and set aside or in the refrigerator to marinate.
Mushrooms cut and boil in salted water. Drain the water. Mushrooms to cool.
Eggplant cut into rings, lightly salt and fry in vegetable oil until Golden. Just us will need 12 ring. Butter for frying many not need to, just dining room spoonful of.
Grate cheese on a coarse grater. Loaf cut into pieces, 3 cm thick. We will need 6 pieces of loaf.
Arrange the loaf slices on a platter. Pour the milk over them, 3 teaspoons for each slice. Pour milk should be so that the edges of the pieces remained dry, about 0.5 cm wide.
A teaspoon to press the loaf to get "boats" or "plates". Sample look at this photo.
In each recess, put two rings of eggplant, press with a spoon.
Next, arrange the boiled mushrooms, press with a spoon.
Put the pickled carrots on top and press lightly too.
Sprinkle with grated cheese. Gently transfer to a greased baking sheet. Put in a preheated oven and bake at 180 degrees for 15 minutes.
Surprisingly tasty snack turns out-juicy, fragrant, with a Golden crispy crust!
By the way, the kids are also delighted with them!
I recommend you to try it, dear friends! Such a wonderful snack is sure to please you!