Tart with red cabbage – recipe

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Today the promised recipe for a tart with red cabbage. Cabbage is one of my favourite vegetables and I like to eat it in different ways. Here it was just used for tarts.
Dough:
250 g flour,
1 egg,
1- 2 tablespoons of water,
about 1/2 teaspoon of salt,
130 grams of butter,
¾ teaspoon of turmeric,
1/4 teaspoon of baking powder

Filling:
0.5 heads of red cabbage,
1 red onion,
Oil,
Salt to taste,
Pepper to taste,
0.5 glasses of dry red wine,
A bunch of parsley,
About 150 grams of cheese,
2 large eggs,
3 tablespoons of thick cream

Method:
Peel the onion and cut into cubes. Cut the fry in oil. To the soft add shredded red cabbage. Cooking together.

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Then pour the wine and stew the cabbage until tender. At the same time, it is flavoured to your taste. We take off the fire when ready.

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In a separate container, combine eggs, grated cheese and cream together. The prepared mixture is combined with slightly chilled cabbage and chopped parsley.

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To the flour add the remaining ingredients to it. Then knead the dough. We cool ready for about 40 minutes in the fridge. Chilled, we roll and we lecture the bottom and sides of the prepared grated form. The bottom of the dough is punctured with a fork in several places.

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The dough prepared in this way is put in a pre-heated oven and baked for about 20 minutes until light browning at 180 ° C.

Put the cabbage filling on top of the baked bottom. We put the piece of Tarte back into the oven. We bake it for about 30 minutes. Ready to remove, decorate with grated yellow cheese, sprinkle with parsley and serve.

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