Frying Pan Lunch by Admin

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Frying Pan Lunch by Admin


wheat flour 400 g
water 200 g
vegetable oil 2 tbsp. l.
salt 2/3 tsp
minced meat (any) 500 g
buckwheat (pour 150 ml of boiling water) 80 g
bulb onions 1 PC.
parsley bunch
salt, pepper, paprika taste
bulb onions 2 pcs.
carrot 2 pcs.
a tomato 1 PC.
tomato paste 1 tbsp. l.
salt taste

Cooking method

Frying Pan Lunch by Admin
Add salt to the sifted flour, pour in warm water, knead the dough, then add vegetable oil and knead the dough until smooth and elastic so that it does not stick to your hands (about 5-7 minutes). Cover and rest for 30 minutes.
Frying Pan Lunch by Admin
While the dough is resting, prepare the filling. Rinse the buckwheat well and pour boiling water over for 20 minutes to steam. Chop the onion thinly. Chop the parsley or cilantro. Add greens, onions, salt, paprika to the minced meat. Drain the buckwheat and also stir in the minced meat.
Frying Pan Lunch by Admin
Lightly grease the table with vegetable oil, lay out the dough, roll it into a small layer. Then grease the dough with vegetable oil and leave for 5 minutes to soak the dough and stretch easily. Stretch the dough very thinly and cut it into squares, about 15x15 cm.Place the filling into dough squares
Frying Pan Lunch by Admin
and roll the dough into tubes in any convenient way.
Frying Pan Lunch by Admin
In a large skillet, fry the chopped onions in vegetable oil until golden brown. Add the grated carrots and fry some more. Then add the chopped tomato and tomato paste. Salt.
Frying Pan Lunch by Admin
Put the rolls of dough (having previously greased them with vegetable oil so that they do not stick together) on a layer of vegetables and fill half with water. Cover and cook over low heat for 35 minutes.
Frying Pan Lunch by Admin
Frying Pan Lunch by Admin

The dish is designed for

lot ~ 40 pcs

Cooking program:



Delicious juicy hot dish. Can be served with or without sour cream.

Galina, is the pan deep? In the Princess, can you cook?
Unusual recipe, at first I thought it was stuffed cabbage.
Thanks for the recipe.
Alla, a frying pan about 7 cm deep. I only have half of the recipe in the photo.
I don't know about the Princess. I have not it
Gala, ahh yesterday I only watched this video, I thought where to stretch the dough
I liked it too.
Lerele, I had to empty the table on purpose. The dough stretches very well, I made it on 200 g of flour (that is, half of the recipe), otherwise the table would not have been enough to stretch it. I tried to stretch it very thinly, like paper. You don't have to pull that much, but I like it better when the dough is very thin. A very successful and delicious recipe
Gorgeous recipe! I will definitely cook it! Thank you!
how delicious !!!!! great recipe)))
Thank you girls! Cook, the recipe is good.
Thanks for the idea. To bookmarks!

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