I really liked Laura's idea and I really wanted to try to do it too. We just adapted to our tastes and preferences. It is a delight, one of the best recipes in this blog. You will be convinced of this, if you try too. 😉
For the dough:
150 ml water
5 g dry yeast
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
2 tablespoons oil
~ 250-300 g flour
Dissolve the yeast with a little warm water, add the oil, salt, sugar and the rest of the water. Add the flour a little and knead the dough until it comes off the bowl. Leave the dough to rise for about 30 minutes.
Or you can use the bread machine, at the kneading + leavening program.
2 whole chicken legs
1 bay leaf
1 large onion
1 cup tomato juice
2 tablespoons olive oil
1/2 clove garlic
salt and pepper
2 tablespoons milk
The washed and cleaned legs are boiled in water in which I put peppercorns, coriander, allspice, bay leaf and a little salt. Boil until the meat comes off the bone slightly. Remove the thighs on a plate, let it cool a bit, then remove the meat from the bones and cut it into pieces.
In a frying pan lightly fry the finely chopped onion and the carrot given on the grater with small mesh. When they have softened, we "extinguish" them with the tomato juice and let them boil. Add the meat and mix. If necessary, add a little water. We match the taste of salt and pepper and sprinkle a little oregano. Let it boil until the stew reaches the desired consistency, but it would be preferable to have a little juice. Near the end, add the crushed garlic. Set the pan aside and let it cool.
Pour the dough on the lightly floured table and spread it in a sheet about 0.5 cm thick.
Pour the stew into a heat-resistant dish
and cover with the dough sheet. Cut the dough on the edges, to the size and shape of the bowl. From the rest of the dough we make popcorn or any other shape we want, to give charm to our food and the children to enjoy playing in the dough.
We dissolve the yolk with cold milk and grease the tart very well, even with a sense of responsibility I would say. :))
Bake over medium heat until nicely browned on top.