This recipe is suitable for all people who do not like or have not time or skills to use and prepare yeast dough.
Very easy to prepare.
I used sweet filling and combined cowberries, nuts and cheese. I love savoury-sweet and sour combination. Nuts give texture and crustiness.
You are free to change it, of course. I would suggest for example carrot filling. Find the recipe from my blog.
Did you know
The coldest months in Estonia are January and February, where temperatures can drop down to -35C. The coldest temperature ever measured in Estonia is -43.5C, recorded in eastern Estonia on 17 January 1940.
Delicious yeast free buns
A fresh and light warm yeast free buns
- 250 g kefir or other fermented/sour milk
- 1 egg
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 75 g sugar
- 400 g flour
- 1 teaspoon soda
- 50 g warm butter
- 120 g cowberry or cranberry sauce or jam. Look for recipe
- 50 g (grated( cheese. Better is the hard or matured cheese – hazelnuts, chopped
- Vana Tallinn liqueur for seasoning
– 1 egg for coating
- In a medium bowl, mix together sour milk, sugar and salt
- Sift soda and flour together and add dry ingredients to the milk mixture. Mix together.
- Add lukewarm butter and knead the dough properly.
- Leave dough in a fridge for 15 minutes.
- Filling. Grate cheese and chop hazelnuts. season cowberry jam with liqueur.
- Form small pies. Unroll pie dough on floured work surface. With a glass ( I use for cutting usual glass) or round cutter, cut rounds from dough. Spoon 1 teaspoon cowberry jam, some grated cheese and nuts on half of each dough round. Fold untopped half of round over filling; press edges to seal. Place on the greased or baking paper covered oven plate. Coat buns with the beaten egg before putting into the oven
- Bake at 200C for 10- 15 minutes.
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