How to do

Leavening the dough:
Prepare the dough with whole-wheat flour, salt, water, extra virgin olive oil and yeast.
(It's up to you but I guess 1 glass of tepid water combined with 1/4 glass of extra virgin olive oil will be enough for leavening the dough).
Split the dough in two.
Roll out the dough in the size of a large serving plate.
With a knife, leaving the center of the dough intact just the size of a tea saucer, cut the remaining parts like flowers.
There should be approximately 12 cuts around the dough rolled out but the cuts will not join in the center of the dough and they will stay like small circles in the middle of the dough.
They will be just like the flower and petals.
Then spread salt free butter on each petal like dough.
(Butter should be melted to room temperature)
Each petal greased shall be folded to the center.
Fold all layers on top of one another and put the dough in the fridge for minimum thirty minutes.
Dough is ready.
For the stuffing:
Grate the onion.
Sauté the mince or cube meat.
Add cube-cut carrots, potatoes and sweet peas.
Add a little tomato paste.
Add some water and bring it to boil.
Add the finely chopped dills in the end and take it off the stove; set it aside to cool.
Take the dough out of the fridge and open the layers in the form of a large serving plate; cut it in squares in the size of saucer. Add the stuffing you prepared and fold the edges to form a bundle and place it on the baking tray, with the folded part facing downwards.
Spread egg yolk on it and bake it in preheat oven at 180 degrees until golden brown. Now feel proud for being the great artist today… But still, remember that the art of raising your little gourmet is the greatest of all and you both deserve joyful and tasteful moments to share together. 
Bon Appetite!


Using packed puff dough will be much easier for this recipe.
Just place the stuffing in the center of the dough and fold it like a bundle and bake it in oven.
This is a great alternative for little gourmets who love pastry but not a devoted fan of vegetables.
You may remove meat from the recipe if you like.

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