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Verguns in Klopotenkov Style Recipe
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!
Cook Time 60 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Dough:
Filling:
Cook Time 60 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Dough:
Filling:
Instructions
  1. Mix wheat and corn flour.
    Mix wheat and corn flour.
  2. Add sugar and a pinch of salt.
    
Add sugar and a pinch of salt.
  3. Rub butter into flour on a coarse grater.
    Rub butter into flour on a coarse grater.
  4. Add the egg. I did it in half, so instead of half a chicken egg, I added 4 quail.
    Add the egg. I did it in half, so instead of half a chicken egg, I added 4 quail.
  5. Grind everything into crumbs.
    
Grind everything into crumbs.
  6. At first glance, shortbread dough, but, DOWN! Yeast appears here!
    
At first glance, shortbread dough, but, DOWN! Yeast appears here!
  7. And they don't just appear! We will dissolve them in sour cream!
    And they don't just appear! We will dissolve them in sour cream!
  8. Have you done this at least once ?! I also did it for the first time. Unexpectedly, but the result is great!
    Have you done this at least once ?! I also did it for the first time. Unexpectedly, but the result is great!
  9. Stir and leave for 5-10 minutes.
    Stir and leave for 5-10 minutes.
  10. A very interesting result comes out. Sour cream is getting so airy.
    A very interesting result comes out. Sour cream is getting so airy.
  11. Add it to our sand crumbs and knead the dough well.
    
Add it to our sand crumbs and knead the dough well.
  12. Leave it for an hour to come up. It does not come out as fluffy as we are used to, since corn flour and a large amount of butter make it heavier, but the result after baking is very interesting.
    Leave it for an hour to come up. It does not come out as fluffy as we are used to, since corn flour and a large amount of butter make it heavier, but the result after baking is very interesting.
  13. The filling is also unusual. We take apricot jam.
    
The filling is also unusual. We take apricot jam.
  14. Add poppy to it.
    
Add poppy to it.
  15. And tomato paste. Suddenly?! Yes, but tomato paste will add an interesting sourness to the filling.
    And tomato paste. Suddenly?! Yes, but tomato paste will add an interesting sourness to the filling.
  16. Also add a pinch of cinnamon. We leave to insist. While the dough is coming up, the poppy will swell into the jam.
    Also add a pinch of cinnamon. We leave to insist. While the dough is coming up, the poppy will swell into the jam.
  17. Divide the matched dough into 4 parts.
    
Divide the matched dough into 4 parts.
  18. Roll thinly into a circle.
    
Roll thinly into a circle.
  19. Divide it into 8 parts.
    
Divide it into 8 parts.
  20. Spread each triangle with filling.
    Spread each triangle with filling.
  21. And we roll it into a roll.
    And we roll it into a roll.
  22. Put on a baking sheet and send to bake at 180 for 25 minutes.
    
Put on a baking sheet and send to bake at 180 for 25 minutes.
  23. Well, now we need powdered sugar. Sprinkle our bagels on it through a sieve! Cool slightly and enjoy!
    Well, now we need powdered sugar. Sprinkle our bagels on it through a sieve! Cool slightly and enjoy!
  24. A good dessert after the New Year's feast!
    A good dessert after the New Year's feast!
  25. And savory!
    And savory!

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