Thank you for indicating us this interesting site.
This recipe for Peremech is a very strange recipe. Sorry, but this is not a
Peremech, this is another dish.
I have never seen (and eaten:) Peremechs cooked like in this recipe:( of
Peremech (Chee-burek). And I have been eating them since my early childhood
and in different regions where Tatars live.
We never place any second disc on the filling. The edges of the only dough
disc are folded to let a small hole (some people do not let any hole at
all). Then we place it to fryingpan with hot oil down first by the side with
a hole. Then we fry its other side.
Peremech shouldn't crisp, never!
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Îò: Fevzi Alimoglu <alimoglu@...
Îòïðàâëåíî: 15 ñåíòÿáðÿ 2001 ã. 5:47
Òåìà: [tatar-l] Re: Tatar recipes? - Tatar aþlarý
> Dear Kristin and Reshat,
> Regarding Crimean and Kazan Tatar recipes, please take a look at the Tatar
> recipes page:
> With my best regards
> Fevzi Alimoglu