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Kulebyaka with sauerkraut

Cooked dumpling with sauerkraut

Time to cook: 180 minutes

Total Servings: 8

Nutritional Value

Kulebyaka for 4 corners - a traditional holiday dish. It's filled with sauerkraut, buckwheat porridge, mushrooms and eggs. Tricky, but well worth it. We're greeting the spring! Happy Shrovetide!

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Ingredients for kulebyaka with sauerkraut:


Dough

  • Wheat flour / Flour - 1 kg
  • Margarine (Or butter) - 0.5 pack.
  • Milk - 500 ml
  • Chicken egg - 1 pc
  • Yeast (fresh Lux from SAF-MOMENT) - 0,5 pack.
  • Sugar - 150 g
  • Salt - 1 pinch.

Stuffing

  • Pancake (Your favorite recipe. The number depends on their size. Pancakes should be thin.) - 6-8 pcs
  • Mushrooms (I have chives) - 350 g
  • Sour cabbage - 350 g
  • Buckwheat grits - 1 glass
  • Chicken egg (С0) - 4 pcs
  • Onions (1 for mushrooms, 1 for cabbage.) - 2 pcs
  • Butter (In buckwheat porridge) - 40 g

How to cook kulebyaka with sauerkraut step by step with photos


This would make three kulebyaka. Well, or two very large ones.

Make a sourdough. Add sugar and yeast in warm milk and mix thoroughly. Wait for it to foam.

Add egg, salt and margarine / butter at room temperature, melted and soft. Stir together.

Gradually add the flour. I started with a mixer. I mixed it with my hands. Hands should be soaked in vegetable oil. The dough should stick to the hands and sides of the pan.

Here's our dough. Let it rise in a warm place for 1.5-2 hours. It's better to put it in a 5-liter saucepan.

Roast mushrooms with onions.

Sauerkraut fried with onions. Squeeze out the juice beforehand, and if it is sour - wash it.

Boil buckwheat porridge with butter.

Chop boiled eggs in large pieces. Green onions can be added.

I cut the pancakes into 3 segments so it is easier to arrange.

Roll out the dough into an oval, thinner on the edges. Place buckwheat porridge in the center - a higher pile on one side and a lower pile on the other. Pancakes on top. Next layer is cabbage. Now put a lot of cabbage from the edge, where it was a low hill. Decrease the layer to the edge where we have a lot of buckwheat. It turns out that stuffing is placed in triangles (if you look at the cut) - at the corners.

Then a layer of mushrooms, then eggs. Then cover each layer with pancakes.

Make incisions in the dough and braid a braid - a strip of dough on the left side covers a strip on the right side, and so on to the end.

Put kulebyaka in the form on the greased and floured cookie sheet. You can decorate it. I have daisies and mimoskas - do not judge my work strictly) Grease it with scrambled egg. In the oven for 20-30 minutes at 180°. Check periodically if ready to cook, referring to your oven.

Here we go. Butter the loaf for longer, it will be soft. But we have to wait until it cools down! Inside the kulebyaka is very hot - the pancakes act as "of the vapor barrier". So be patient... While we are waiting and licking our mouths, we can make sour cream sauce-simply mix sour cream and chopped dill, salt and pepper it a little. It makes a delicious dip.

Cut it. Help yourself!

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
Calories
7401.8 Calories
Protein
230.6 g
Fat
112.4 g
Carbohydrates
1392.9 g
Per Serving:
Calories
925.2 Calories
Protein
28.8 g
Fat
14.1 g
Carbohydrates
174.1 g
100g:
Calories
191.3 Calories
Protein
6 g
Fat
2.9 g
Carbohydrates
36 g

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