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Kulebyaka with triple stuffing for Annunciation

Cooked Kulebyaka with triple stuffing for Annunciation

Time to cook: 60 minutes

Total Servings: 5

Nutritional Value

Happy Annunciation to all who celebrate this wonderful holiday today! Given the recent reading of Shmelyov under my belt, it would not be fair to greet this day without kulebyaka. True, it would also be unfair to go to the trouble of "the right" recipe, I have no time - it's a working day. And I really wanted a fish pie, to spice up the fasting. So I had to improvise, using the luxury leftovers found in the fridge. The family has weak appetites, so the kulebyaka will be very small, and we will not line the layers with traditional pancakes.

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Ingredients for kulebyaka with triple stuffing for the Annunciation:


  • Yeast dough - 500 g
  • Mashed potatoes - 5 tablespoon
  • Canned fish - 0.5 can.
  • Mushrooms - 2 pcs
  • Bread crumbs / Breadcrumbs - 1 handful.
  • Sunflower oil
  • Salt
  • Black pepper

How to cook kulebyaka with triple stuffing for the Annunciation step by step with photos


The dough is yeast dough, your favorite tried and true recipe. I made it all quickly and by eye. Before going to bed, I threw a piece of yeast in a bowl, poured warm water, sprinkled a tablespoon of sugar. After dissolving the yeast (I have it in the freezer), added salt and a little sunflower oil. I kneaded a stiff dough, covered it with a plate and sent it to the fridge overnight. In the morning it was perfect ^_^

I'm always too lazy to unroll the dough, so out of an old habit I stretched it out on a baking tray (it had parchment on it, butter and breadcrumbs poured). Somewhere on the Internet I saw a way to make a beautiful top, so I happily cut the edges into strips, leaving the middle for stuffing. The experience has shown that it is better to make the center thinner - I came out very thin, and when cutting the loaf was trying to fall apart exactly on the bottom, soaked with mushroom and fish juice.

I put the first layer of stuffing - spread a few spoons of yesterday's mashed potatoes from the fridge. The mashed potatoes had no fuss: potatoes, salt, and water drained after boiling and poured back in to regulate the consistency. To be honest, it came out a little too fluid, but it was perfect for stuffing.

The second layer was half a can of mackerel mashed separately in oil. If I had other canned fish in the fridge I would have taken any. Or we could take fresh fish, if it's hiding somewhere in the freezer.

In the third layer lay two sliced mushrooms. Wash or wipe them from sand beforehand - as you like them best. The mushrooms were large, so they barely fit. Salt and pepper them a bit.

Fold the sliced strips overlapping, forming a nice perforated top. The champignons will be very warm, they're sure to cook. See how my trick with the breadcrumbs on the tray worked?? They stuck to the strips, and it came out that the top is already greased with butter and breadcrumbs, so there's nothing else to do. Except put it all in the oven.

My ancient oven flatly refuses to tell me what the temperature is. Every housewife knows better than anyone how to get along with this beast. But it baked for half an hour exactly, and I put it in a cold oven, brought it to the maximum temperature, and 10 minutes before the end, I shifted the temperature to the minimum. The croutons left on the parchment turned black with grief, so I had to humbly wrap them up. But the kulebyaka itself didn't suffer in any way...

... and came out soft, ruddy and juicy! We cut it hot with hunger and quickly destroyed a few pieces, but now I see that it's better to let it stand a little longer to keep the shape better. Of course, fish and mushroom pies are a food-specific favorite. So, be guided by your tastes when choosing a filling (the depths of the refrigerator to help you). We liked this low-budget kulebyaka a lot!

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
Calories
2245.1 Calories
Protein
43.7 g
Fat
99.5 g
Carbohydrates
306.5 g
Per Serving:
Calories
449 Calories
Protein
8.7 g
Fat
19.9 g
Carbohydrates
61.3 g
100g:
Calories
255.1 Calories
Protein
5 g
Fat
11.3 g
Carbohydrates
34.8 g

Salt, Black Pepper, Potatoes, Sunflower Oil, Mushrooms, Breadcrumbs, Mushroom, Fish, Bread, Cakes, Mashed Potatoes, Canned Fish, Dough

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