Pie with sauerkraut and fish

This is another option for an express-pie. I have other recipes of fast pies on kefir. I prepared the dough on sour cream for the first time and it was less fat (less mayonnaise) but on kefir it tastes tenderer.  It is up to you to decide what to choose.
The filling is Old Russian – sauerkraut perfectly balanced with fish. You may choose any fish but essentially white. I had cod.
Cooking time — 1,5 hours
Complication — simply
Main ingridient: vegetables
Category: baking
Kitchen: russian
Cause: for every day
Preparation: bake, simmer



  • Sauerkraut – 500 g; 
  • Cod fillet – 500 g;
  • Ground white pepper, salt;
  • Oil – 3 tbsp;
  • Butter – 20 g. 


  • Eggs – 3 pc;
  • Sour cream – 200 ml;
  • Mayonnaise – 2 tbsp;
  • Baking powder – 1 tea spoon;
  • Flour – 8 tbsp. 

Step 1

Put sauerkraut on the board and cut into a few segments to make the fibres shorter.

Step 2

Put sauerkraut into the frying pan heated with oil (2 tbsp) to stew. Stew/fry for almost an hour on small heat, so it gets brown. Pour 2-3 table spoons of hot water from the tea pot from time to time to avoid sauerkraut overburn (pouring oil will make it too fat).

Step 3

Wash out the fish fillet and dry with paper towel.

Step 4

Cut into cubes 1.5x1.5 cm.

Step 5

Melt a piece of butter on the other pan and put the fish there. Fry for 3 minutes only and sprinkle with pepper. Sometimes I don’t add salt because the cabbage is sour enough. Or add salt just a little.

Step 6

When the fish is ready, send it to the stewed sauerkraut. Mix up.

Step 7

Prepare dough. Break eggs into a bowl and mix them up with sour cream and mayonnaise.

Step 8

Then add flour and baking powder, mix up with a spatula.

Step 9

The dough will be quite liquid.

Step 10

Put half of the dough into the pan greased with oil.

Step 11

Then put the filling.

Step 12

Then put the second half of the dough.

Step 13

Put the pan into the oven pre-heated until 180 degrees for 30 minutes.

Bon appetite!
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