In yeast, add sugar, warm water and leave to "bloom". In the sifted flour (you may need a little more or less), add all the specified ingredients and knead a fairly soft dough. It should stick to your hands a little. Cover the bowl and send the dough to "rise" in a warm place.
Potatoes are thoroughly washed and boiled in slightly salted water until ready.
After 1-2 hours, the dough should increase by 2 times.
Divide the dough into 6 parts (in fact, it all depends on the size of the pan on which you will bake. I have a frying pan with a diameter of 28 cm.) Form circles and leave them under a napkin for 10-15 minutes.
Puree the potatoes, grate the cheese on a small grater. Add 50 g of softened butter, finely chopped green onions and dill, salt and spices. Mix thoroughly.
The resulting mass is divided into 6 parts and formed into circles. The size of the dough pieces and filling can be made by everyone in their own way. The main thing is that the filling should be slightly larger than the dough. I got about 190 g of dough and 220 g of filling
Take a piece of dough, slightly flatten your hands into a round tortilla.
Put the filling in the middle of the tortilla.
Lift the edges of the dough and "wrap" the filling. Turn the resulting roundel seam down and slightly press down with your hand. Then we put it aside. So fill all the pieces of dough.
We take the circle that we formed first. Roll out, lightly flour sprinkle, the size of your pan.
Preheat the pan well (preferably with a non-stick coating). Fry the tortillas in a dry pan, without closing the lid, until browned on both sides.
Each tortilla on both sides is liberally greased with butter. Pay special attention to the edges of the delen so that they do not remain dry.
Cut into pieces and treat! Very pleasant appetite!