Antich with chicken or Turkey mince
Antich is the Crimean chebureks are fried entirely without oil. From conventional pasties they differ only for a better view, and the stuffing is placed much more onion than pasties, and no water is added. My grandmother used to make two pasties and anyhow: holiday, according to the traditional recipe with lamb, and simpler, with chicken, explaining that the chicken is not greasy and always perfectly baked through. I always make pasties and antihi or Turkey or chicken - though it's not entirely traditional, but very gently. Since my recipe is not strictly traditional, I took the word ANTIH in quotation marks.