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Tykvennik

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Tykvennik

Offer you a recipe of delicious pie with pumpkin. He is tender, juicy, just melts in your mouth. Pie is popular in the Balkans, called tykvennik or bundleware (from the word Bundela - pumpkin). You can cook it with the dough like Filo and pita, I'll show you both who don't know, he doesn't even know where it is.


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Ingredients for Tykvennik





Video of cooking Tykvennik


Step-by-step instruction of cooking Tykvennik


Step 1

Wash pumpkin, peel and grate on a coarse grater. Add 100g sugar and cinnamon, if you like, you can add more spices to taste. Stir well and leave to slightly steep.


Step 2

To fill take the eggs, add the sugar, vanilla sugar and a little beat into a soft mousse with a whisk or with a mixer.


Step 3

Add milk, sunflower oil, lemon zest, flour and baking powder and again mix well.


Step 4

If you cook with the dough phyllo, take one sheet of dough, pour on a little of the filling and brush a thin layer distributed throughout the dough.


Step 5

Cover with a second sheet of dough and again greased, cover with third sheet and again we shall fill. On top put the grated pumpkin in a thick ball across the surface of the dough.


Step 6

Then carefully wrap the loaf. Spread on a baking sheet, greased with sunflower oil.


Step 7

If you use pita bread, all do the same: cut pita bread across the width of the pan, grease it with the filling and spread on top of the pumpkin. Wrap the loaf and spread on a baking sheet.


Step 8

When all the rolls have formed them lubricates on top of the remaining fill, if its not enough, add to it the juice released from the pumpkin.


Step 9

Then on top of the rolls will make a fork punctures, so when baking out the hot air. Sent in a preheated 220 degree oven, bake 30 minutes. If oven much bakes bake at 200 degrees.


Step 10

Ready tykvennik allow to cool a little, if you want you can sprinkle with powdered sugar, cut and served with tea. He is gentle, fragrant and delicious. Bon appetit!