The dish I will show you today, brings the Winter not the Summer to my mind, but it’s perfect as a cold appetizer for a picnic.
The yeast dough I used is just great! Fast, not soaking the filling and it rises perfectly (even its bottom). Recommending it to you from the bottom of my heart!
5,3 oz (150 g) milk
0,5 0z (15 g) fresh yeast
½ teaspoon sugar
7 oz (200 g) wheat flour
½ teaspoon salt
1 egg yolk
40 g oil
35 oz (500 g) onion
3 tbp oil
7 oz (200 g) smoked beacon or sausage
5,5 oz (150 g) sour cream 18-22 %
3,5 oz (100 g) hard cheese
½ teaspoon dry thymes
tbsp chopped parsley and chives
salt and pepper
(on top I put tomato slices)
Whisk the milk with yeast and sugar, put aside for 10 min. In a bowl mix flour with salt, add yeast mixture, egg yolk and oil, knead until smooth. Cover and put aside to rise for 30 min. Thin slice onions, simmer on a low heat with thymes, until soft and clear (you may add some water). Add chopped beacon/sausage and simmer for another 5 min. In a bowl whisk eggs with sour cream and cheese. Season with salt and pepper, well combine.
Put the dough in a lined round cake pan (26 cm), evenly spoon the onion mixture. Bake for 35-40 min. at 360 F/180 oC. Before serving cool it down.
In another version I added 35 oz (500g) spinach, 2/3 garlic glove and nutmeg.