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Autumn power pie or vegetable tarte with lots of eggs

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Autumn power pie or vegetable tarte with lots of eggs


Preparation requires:


1 pack of finished puff pastry without yeast

3 eggs for stuffing

3 soft-boiled eggs for decoration

200 ml of sour cream

100 g of hard cheese

 bun mini asparagus

2 handfuls of green peas

100 g of spinach leaves

 1 teaspoon mustard

juice of ½ lemon

 ½ Teaspoons Cayenne pepper

 salt, sugar to taste

1 clove garlic

some sprigs of thyme

Preparation:


1. Roll out the dough and spread in a baking tin. Pierced with a fork and

Bake in the oven at 180 ºC for 10 to 15 minutes.

Do not bake completely.

2. Eggs beaten with sour cream, mustard, salt, pepper and

lemon juice, add about 1 teaspoon of sugar.

3. Bleach asparagus and green peas with boiling water.

4. Melt the butter in a pan, fry the spinach leaves in it, finely

chopped garlic cloves and thyme leaves. At the end add the largest

part of asparagus and peas. Add salt and sugar to taste.

5. Put the fried vegetables on the dough, pour over the egg and cream mass, and

bake tart in the oven for another 30 minutes.

6. Meanwhile, prepare the soft-boiled eggs.

Serve hot, decorated with leftover asparagus,

green peas and soft - boiled eggs cut in half.