The other day I went to the vegetable store, and taaaam such an aroma of late autumn apples, like in an Apple orchard! This fragrance turned my head, I really wanted Apple pies, but I didn't have time to do them, so I got an improvisation on the theme...
Seasoningcinnamon, powdered sugar, chocolate topping-top to your taste, to taste
To prepare the dough, dilute the raw yeast and 2 tsp sugar in warm water until completely dissolved. Add a little flour and stir. If the yeast is active, bubbles will appear after a short time, you can knead the dough. Add warm milk, salt, remaining sugar, sour cream, mix well, add sifted flour, knead the dough with a spoon. Add the melted butter. Mix again.
Continue kneading with your hands. The dough should be soft, if it sticks to your hands - brush with vegetable oil.
Cover the well-kneaded dough and leave it warm to rise, about 30-40 minutes.
The dough has doubled in volume, the work surface and hands to lubricate with vegetable oil, put the dough out of the bowl, divide into a suitable amount, I divided into four parts. Each part is crushed and rolled into bulls. Lightly oil, cover with cling film, let the dough rest and rise.
Meanwhile, prepare the filling. RUB the egg yolks with sugar and rice flour/starch, add a little sour cream, mix, then add the rest of the sour cream.
If the apples are not sweet enough, add more sugar.
Peel the apples from the seed pods, RUB them with large "shavings", squeeze out the juice and mix well with the egg-sour cream mixture.
Now form a tortilla from each bun of dough, stretching it with your hands to the desired diameter, my tortillas have 16-17 cm, and the thickness is 1 cm.
Heat the pan well, pour in a little vegetable oil, just cover the bottom. Lower the dough to the hot oil. It is necessary to "burn" it a little and immediately turn it over.
On medium heat, bake the bottom, turn it over and
apply a quarter of the filling to the entire surface of the tortilla. Reduce the fire.
Cover and bake on low heat for 5 minutes. Watch the temperature so that the bottom does not burn.
The filling should "brew". Transfer the tortilla to a paper towel. Do the same with the rest of the dough and filling.
Sprinkle the finished tortillas with powdered sugar and cinnamon, or pour honey or topping. The filling is soft, creamy, the aroma of apples and cinnamon invigorates and pleases.
Cut into portions and serve with tea, coffee, and milk is also delicious.