Keep in mind that everyone's ovens are different. The temperature and cooking time may vary from those specified in the recipe.
Important! When using dry yeast, it's crucial to note that they come in two forms: active and instant (carefully read the instructions before use!). Active dry yeast resembles beads or small balls. Before using them, they need to be activated. This involves dissolving the active yeast in warm sweet water, milk, or whey. Look for bubbles, foam, or a "cap" forming, indicating that the yeast is ready for use. Ensure the active dry yeast completely dissolves in the liquid; otherwise, undissolved grains may prevent the dough from rising properly, resulting in spoiled baking. Instant dry yeast is simpler to use as it doesn't require activation beforehand. Simply add them along with other ingredients to the dough, reducing the baking time. Additionally, remember that the activity of both types of dry yeast may vary among different manufacturers.
When purchasing mushrooms, opt for fresh, medium-sized ones with a snow-white color and no spots, damage, or rotting smell. They should not feel slippery to the touch. Thoroughly rinse the mushrooms under warm or cold water to remove any dirt. Trim away any damaged areas if present. Miniature mushrooms up to 2 cm in size generally don't require cleaning, but larger champignons may need to be peeled of their outer films.