Envelopes with mushrooms

Ingredients for Making Envelopes with Mushrooms

  1. Puff pastry 400 g
  2. Champignons 350 g
  3. Hard cheese 300 g
  4. 6 cloves garlic
  5. Onion 1 pc.
  6. Butter 250 g
  7. Salt to taste
  8. Ground black pepper to taste
  9. Caraway to taste
  10. Powder Flour
  • Main Ingredients Mushrooms, Puff Pastry
  • Portion4-5


Crockery, Knife, Garlic press, Cutting board, Rolling pin, Grater, Plate, Frying pan, Oven, Baking sheet

Cooking envelopes with mushrooms:

Step 1: Prepare the filling of envelopes.

Fresh mushrooms are best served as mushroom fillings for envelopes. Although this, of course, is not the only option. So, we clean the mushrooms, wash and finely chop. Now we take a pan with thick walls, put it on the burner and set it on fire. We throw butter in a pan and melt it. While the oil is slowly decreasing, squeeze the garlic to it, add the finely chopped onion and lightly fry it all, constantly stirring. Add chopped mushrooms to the pan, salt, add seasonings and fry them for 10-15 minutes until all the liquid has evaporated. Mix, and now the filling is ready!

Step 2: Prepare the dough for envelopes.

To prepare this appetizer, both yeast puff pastry and yeast-free are suitable. Both purchased frozen and self-made. If the dough is frozen, then before cooking it must be thawed. Flour the rolling surface and roll the dough into a thin layer. We cut the dough into squares - these will be our envelopes.

Step 3: Cooking envelopes with mushroom filling.

It will take us exactly as much time to prepare envelopes as the oven needs to warm up, so it's time to turn it on. We grease each small square with melted butter, spread the mushroom filling, and sprinkle with grated cheese on top (Parmesan cheese is very good). Putting a future snack in an envelope, or, if not very successful, then in a bag. We put the envelopes on a baking sheet, pre-oiled and sprinkled with flour a little. We bake a future appetizer in a preheated oven to 200 degrees, for 15 minutes.

Step 4: Serve the finished envelopes with mushrooms on the table.

This juicy and aromatic appetizer is best served warm or hot, but even when it cools, it retains its incredible taste. Guests will be delighted with this simple but interesting dish! Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- - To make the taste more aromatic, you can fry the mushrooms, add a little white wine to them, and then stew until it evaporates. Or instead of wine, you can add grape juice.

- - Instead of mushrooms, you can use ham or minced meat.

- - Envelopes can be prepared by frying in a pan. In this case, they should be shaped like a triangle.

- -If you use wild mushrooms instead of champignons, you must boil them in salted water until ready to fry.

- - To make it easier to rub the cheese, hold it in the freezer for several minutes.