Mini pies with salmon “I’ll sit on a tree stump and eat a pie”
Description of preparation:
These pies are the first to disappear from the buffet table. Today I made fish pies, so I gave it the shape of a fish. It’s not at all difficult to make. Form into regular pies and place seam side down. Then pull one edge back a little and cut in half. Cross the stripes – this is the tail. Use scissors to make fin cuts. Draw a strip with a knife, separating the head.
Prepare all the necessary ingredients for making mini pies with salmon “I’ll sit on a tree stump and eat a pie.”
Heat the milk a little, add salt, sugar, live yeast and stir until smooth.
Break an egg into a bowl, pour in vegetable oil and stir. Sift flour into the liquid base in parts and knead into a soft, non-sticky dough. Form the dough into a log and place in a greased deep bowl and cover. Place in a warm place for 40-60 minutes to rise.
While the dough is rising, make the filling. Pour cold water over the salmon, add salt, black peppercorns and bay leaf. Boil the fish until cooked, remove and cool.
Peel the onion and chop finely. Heat vegetable oil in a frying pan and add onion. Fry the onion for 5-7 minutes, stirring, until soft.
Shred the salmon, removing any remaining bones. Add fried onions and a finely grated apple without peel. Pepper everything, pour in soy sauce and stir.
Place the risen dough on a floured work surface, divide it into small pieces and roll into balls. Cover them and let them rise. Approximately 10-15 minutes.
Roll each ball into a flat cake and spread out the filling.
Make small pies and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment greased with vegetable oil. Cover the pies and let rise for 10-15 minutes.
Bake the pies in a hot oven at 180 degrees until cooked and golden brown. Grease the finished pies with vegetable oil, cover and let them rest for 10 minutes.
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