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Grandma’s Cabbage Mini Pies

Baking Time: 9 – 11 minutes

Derived from the last century! Your creativity with seasonings will bring a nice personal touch.

    • One pack of shredded cabbage
    • One package of Buttermilk Flaky Layers (or similar dough)
    • One or two boiled eggs
    • One tablespoon of vegetable oil
    • Salt, pepper, Optional: pinch of green onions, garlic, any spices you love

Step One: Stuffing preparation

1. Boil 2 eggs for 10 min, cool, peel and cut into small pieces
2. While eggs are boiling, put one tablespoon of Vegetable (Olive or Sunflower) oil on a warmed skillet.
3. Add cabbage to the skillet and simmer for 2-3 min. to soften the cabbage, sprinkle with salt, pepper to your taste, and after that put it in the mixing bowl/plate.
4. Add cut eggs and if you wish sprinkle with green onions, your spices and mix.

Sep Two: Dough

5. Split each biscuit from the package into 2 even round pieces to have thinner circle of dough, now you have 16 round pieces, instead of original 8.
6. Lay biscuit circles on a board/plate and place full teaspoon of cabbage mix in the middle of each circle.
7. Connect edges of each circle to completely close cabbage mix, even-out edges with fingers and place on the glass tray or foil with edges at the bottom.

Step three: Baking

8. I bake in a glass tray, mine 10” perfectly fits the toaster oven, or simply use foil.
9. Set Temperature half-way between 300 and 350 F and set timer for 5 min.
10. In 5 min open the oven toaster and flip each peace, set timer for another 4 min.
11. When timer is off (total 10 min) let it sit there for another min and your mini pies can be served.

Grandma's cabbage tarta image featured in the recipe

By Sammy Gains:
Very easy, delicious and super-fast!
***Note: keep an eye on your pies while baking first time, as cooking time may vary depending on thickness of the dough. Adjust the temperature if needed.

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