Potato and Artichoke Pie Recipe

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Torta salata con carciofi e patate – Pie on puff pastry with potatoes, cheese and artichokes. In the original, the dough is a Breeze (poor)shortbread dough with the addition of water and without eggs), I was too lazy to mess with it)) I love all kinds of salty pies and cook them often, looking for new options. The pie is prepared very simply, my family is very happy with the result. Cook for your health!

Mini Chebureks with Squid Recipe

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I want to share a recipe for juicy, crispy and very tasty mini chebureks with squid filling. Squid meat does not have a fishy smell, and minced meat from it turns out tender and juicy. My dough is without eggs, it is very elastic, it is perfectly molded, but it does not stick to my hands. Thanks to all these features, it turns out an unusually juicy filling and cheburek, which does not flow and even when cooled remains crispy.

Lazy “Khachapuri” Recipe

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Ask why it is “lazy”, the answer is very simple-because there is simply nowhere to be lazy! It is prepared quickly, at a minimum of ingredients, completely without problems, the most important thing is to clench your willpower into a fist and wait for the result, and it will please you!

Fyndyk Lakhmajun Recipe

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It is translated into Russian as “Lahmajun-hazelnut” and is a miniature snack dish “for one tooth”, the birthplace of which is considered to be the city of Tarsus in south-eastern Turkey. Tiny tortillas made of dough, covered with a mixture of minced meat and vegetables, are served in restaurants while waiting for a change of dishes. We will try to look at this dish from an everyday point of view and prepare delicious mini – lahmajuns in an ordinary kitchen, especially since all the necessary products are at our fingertips.

Scottish Multi-Grain Bread “Struan” Recipe

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This bread in Scotland used to be baked on the eve of the feast of St. Michael, on September 29, when all the grain was removed. Bread was traditionally baked by the eldest daughter in the family from the grains of the fresh harvest. A mixture of different grains was used for “Struan”: rye, oats, barley, wheat. The grains were pre-ground and soaked in water or milk. Then they baked bread, and in the morning they carried it to the church to receive the blessing of the priest, who asked St. Michael for a plentiful harvest.