After a very heavy month, my blog returns to its full capacity, slowly but surely.
Have you ever had your mood change so quickly when you look at colorful food? I did.What do you see when you look at this pie?
I must say, the very first time I’ve layed my eyes on this one, I automatically got hungry for some salmon. Somehow I went from a tired person to a very happy one. Maybe, just maybe it is the color of the salmon. I am one of those people who can wake up and shout from the bottom of their hearts: “I want sashimi!” I am that in love with this fish. But, dear readers, today I want to share with you something else you can create using this magical piece of food. This one is a little bit hard to make, just because you have to wait for the dough to get in the mood, so to speak. But, otherwise, it is a very rewarding pie for your eyes. I let you in to a little secret, I just found this one on the Internet, haven’t prepared it yet, but truly want to. I found this one would be helpful when you have a lot of guests over and you want to surprise them with something special.
I am sure this one gets your appetite going as well. And I am sure it does bring an unforgettable party to your tastebuds. On that note, I will not keep you waiting any longer, I give you THE RECIPE. When you are reading this though, don’t forget to look at the pictures.
Personal note: Even if you are the one who thinks food does not seem to look very well on photographs, this one makes you change your mind.
This beautiful story starts when you get these ingredients:
500 gr dough. How do I prepare this dough, you ask me? The ingredients for the dough are: preheated milk (till 30 degrees) – 100 ml, yeast – 10 gr, 1 egg, 2 table spoons of sugar, 1 tea spoon of salt, 70 g butter, 370 gr flour.
Of course, how can you send this one over to your tummy without any stuffing? So, here comes the stuffing:
600 gr of salmon, 120 gr mozarella cheese, 1 medium red pepper, 1 medium tomato, parsley,salt, pepper (according to your own taste)
Sa…Wait for it…Salmon Pie:
Dissolve yeast in the milk, add sugar, salt, butter, flour and the egg. Get the dough started. Cover it and get it in the fridge for about 3 hours. The volume of the dough should increase after the time has passed. Get the baby out and let it chill out for a while (about an hour) in the regular room temperature.
The next step would be to get it rolling after an hour, about 0.6 cm thick. Now, this is the interesting part, about 3.5 cm from the edge of the circle you, I hope managed to create after you started rolling, you add a little color and put salmon on it all around (which is also cut into bands about 2.5 cm thick) Cover all your magic up with the dough edges (see pictures attached) , don’t forget to close them though. Cut the creation into pieces (again see the pictures), 4 cm thick and turn it over 90 degrees, with the fish looking at you. The fish, the one you got left, slice again and put it in the middle of the pie.
On top of the fish in the middle, you put tomato cut into pieces, red pepper, add salt, pepper, and get some mozarella going around. Put it into a warm place for 30 minutes. While doing that, preheat the oven up to 180 degrees C. Finally, get your pretty pie into the oven for about 30 minutes as well. Can’t wait for it to be ready? Wait until you get golden color covering it all over. After 20 minutes in the oven, just don’t forget to grease it with egg yolk. * This will help the pie to get an even better tan.
This recipe(and the pictures) was provided to you by: https://www.facebook.com/allrecepts (if any of you here speak Russian as well, this is the place for you)