Before the holiday, store shelves empty with an incredible speed, and after the New Year it turns out that cold cuts in the refrigerator are sad, and tomatoes disappear clearly idle. And it’s a shame to look at greens and cheese dry from longing. You can of course cook pizza, but it takes so long. We recommend baking a lazy cake: everyone will be happy, and you won’t throw a single tomato or anything else.
What is the hardest thing about pies? Of course, the dough! If you do not burn with kneading yeast dough or, even more, bother with shortbread or, God forbid, puff (not cooked, but homemade, of course), then this recipe is just made for you. And kefir, by the way, may not have expired much – it’s not scary at all.
- Kefir – 0.5 l
- Eggs – 2 pcs.
- More – 2 tbsp.
- Salt – 1 tsp
- Soda or dough baking powder – 1 tsp
Anything found in the fridge is suitable for the filling.
1. Prepare the dough. Sift flour and combine with salt and soda. Beat the eggs separately, pour in the flour, mix. Add kefir and knead the dough. The most important thing is that there are no lumps.
2. Prepare the filling. The easiest way is to put everything that “collects dust” on the shelves of the refrigerator from the festive dinner: leftover olives, sliced tomatoes and peppers, cold cuts and pieces of cheese. Based on your taste preferences, as well as the compatibility of products.
You can make one pie with mushrooms and onions that you fried for so long, but they were never eaten, and the second with stewed cabbage that you left over from making homemade pies. And for the third pie can go cheese, which turned out to be superfluous in the salad, boiled chicken breast, which did not have enough space in Olivier, greens, tomatoes and olives.
Whatever filling you choose, you just have to cut the products at random and add it to the dough!
3. Bake a cake. Grease the form with butter, pour the dough with the filling and put in the oven, preheated to 180 degrees, for 40 minutes.
And no food waste!
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