Pie snack

Pie snack can be prepared very well and fits nicely with a glass of Beaujolais Scoop . Provide flour for the dough in a mixing bowl and mix with salt. Fresh yeast in lukewarm milk and the flour. Add sugar and sunflower oil under the knead dough. Add one egg and knead the dough until it comes loose from the bowl triggers. Add a few drops of water, or sprinkle a little flour over it, depending on how the consistency of the dough.


Dough in a plastic bowl and cover with a lid. Press the air out of the bowl by the lid on one side and slightly upward pressure with your other hand on the lid. Reseal the lid and the bowl well in hot water. After about 30 minutes, the arched top and jumps with a slight crack of the bowl. Then the dough is risen enough and can be on a lightly floured surface, knead by hand again. Preheat oven to 200 °. Divide dough into three equal pieces. Each piece of dough into an oblong patties and place on a roll with baking paper-lined baking sheet.

Creme Fresh strong season with freshly ground pepper and freshly grated nutmeg and stir until smooth with a whisk. Does not use salt because the bacon is already spicy enough. Peel the onion, halved and cut into thin slices. Onion Pie about the snack spread. Bacon cut into small pieces and place on the onions. The Bacon takes place during baking together and is still crispy, as shown in the picture above. Pie snack in a preheated oven at 200 ° for about 20 minutes on the middle rack, bake until the pastry is golden brown.


¤ 250 g Flour
¤ 1 / 2 tsp Salt
¤ 20 g Yeast
¤ 5 tablespoons Milk
¤ 1 / 2 tbsp Sugar
¤ 1 tbsp Sunflower oil
¤ 1 Eggs
¤ 200 g Creme Fresh
¤ Freshly ground pepper
¤ Nutmeg
¤ 250 g Spanish onion
¤ 70 g Bacon

Serves 3 – 710 cal per serving, 15 mins Prep – 60 mins Total