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Old 05-13-2009, 05:40 AM   #11
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Scotch, Thanks for explanations!!!
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Old 05-13-2009, 12:29 PM   #12
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You will find a recipe for Blueberry pie here:

Delicious Lemon Blueberry Pie - Free Blueberry Recipes!

I think it will work fine with your bilberries.
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Old 05-13-2009, 01:11 PM   #13
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Constance, Thank you very much!!!

Here my favourite dish. Has found in the Internet the recipe. Itself did not prepare!!! Always I buy ready in shop.

Meat pies

It be required to you: for the test: a flour - 400 gram; dry yeast - 1 teaspoon; sugar - 1 tablespoon; a butter - 2 tablespoons; an egg - 1 pieces; salt - 1/4 teaspoon; water - about 130 ml; for a stuffing: pork - 600-700 gram; an egg boiled - 1 pieces; salt, pepper - to taste; oil creamy - 50 gram; a meat broth; oil vegetative for to fry
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To prepare for a dough on опаре. A flour some times to sift. To dissolve yeast in warm water, to add 1 item л. Sugar and 1 item л. Flours to stir and give постоять 30 minutes while опара to not foam. To add the remained flour, kindled (but not hot!) a butter, hardly the shaken up egg, salt. To knead a dough up to uniformity and to lay in a bowl, having covered with a napkin. To leave in a warm place at 2-3 o'clock. When the dough will rise, обмять it and again to put in a warm place on an hour. When the dough again will rise, once again обмять it. For a stuffing meat to cut with slices 1х1 sm, to fry before formation of a crust. To pass meat through a meat grinder, to add рубленое a boiled egg and to season to taste with salt and pepper.

Dough to roll in a thick plait, to divide it on 15-18 slices. From each slice to roll a ball and to give it расстояться approximately 10-15 minutes. Hands to generate from balls round flat cakes thickness of 4-5 mm.

On a flat cake to lay a portion of a stuffing, preliminary слепив it in the small platen. The stuffing should not be loose.

To connect edges of a flat cake to the center расстегайчика.

Edges Zashchipnut, having left the middle opened. Противень to oil, lay on it расстегаи on distance of 5 sm from each other, to give постоять 15 minutes. To grease расстегаи яйцом and to bake at 200С approximately 15-20 minutes. Ready расстегаи to take out from an oven, to cover with a napkin and to give постоять some minutes. Then in each pie to put on a slice of a butter and to pour in on 1 item л. A broth.

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Old 05-13-2009, 09:15 PM   #14
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SDimon...

Just to help you out...the English word for постоять is "knead."

I think расстояться means "let rest."

расстегаи is "baking sheet."

Zashchipnut means fold up.

No, I don't speak Russian, but I kinda figured this out from your recipe. You express yourself very well.

Would love to hear about what it's like where you live.
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Old 05-14-2009, 08:38 AM   #15
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Constance,

постоять - to set aside aside or let rest
расстояться - to set aside aside or let rest
расстегаи - to not be translated into english language - kind of russian baked pies with an aperture from above, from barmy dough with various stuffings.
ru wikipedia org / wiki / Расстегай
Zashchipnut - to connect

I live in Russia.
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Old 05-21-2009, 03:34 PM   #16
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Ce sont des myrtilles pour nous.

Ici, les tartes à la myrtille sont composées d'un fond de pâte sablée, d'une couche de crème patissière montée et enfin de myrtilles au sucre.

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Old 05-27-2009, 11:17 AM   #17
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Maryline, Merci pour la photo.
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Old 05-27-2009, 12:01 PM   #18
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You might be interested in this article on blueberries from today's (5/27/2009) Los Angeles Times newspaper: CLICK ME

The article includes one recipe I want to try. It's for Blueberry Buckle, a very simple traditional American cake that has blueberries in it.
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Scotch, Thanks!!!
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