Red dough – step by step recipe

Red Dough

Ingredients

Tomato juice – 1.5 cup

Flour – 410 g

Vegetable oil – 130 ml

Salt – 6 g

Sugar – 1 tsp.

Baking powder – 1 tsp.

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This red dough captivated me, you might say, at first sight. It’s beautiful, and what delicious things it makes! In spite of the fact that it contains tomato, it doesn’t smell at all in the finished product, so you can safely come up with not only salty but also sweet toppings. The slogan about this dough is, “Simple, quick, delicious, and very pretty!”

All you need for this miracle dough is: tomato juice, flour, and vegetable oil. If you don’t have tomato juice, just dilute 2 tablespoons of tomato paste in water.

Red dough - step by step recipe

In the bowl where you will knead the dough, combine the tomato juice, vegetable oil, sugar, salt and baking powder. Stir to mix.

Red dough - step by step recipe

Pour in the flour and knead the dough. The dough should be elastic and smooth. It is almost immediately ready to roll out.

Red dough - step by step recipe

But if you let it stand for 30 minutes, it will, like any dough, kind of mature.

Red dough - step by step recipe

It is incredibly light, pliable and flexible to work with.

Red dough - step by step recipe

See how many things you can make with it. For example, form balls and roll each one out. Place the meat filling on them.

Red dough - step by step recipe

Pinch the edges and you have a delicious samosa.

Red dough - step by step recipe

This dough makes delicious pies that hold even moist fillings.

Red dough - step by step recipe

No matter what the filling, the pie will be delicious either way. Here I have spinach with cheese and cottage cheese. The cheese melts as it mixes with the cottage cheese, and combined with the spinach, it’s divine!

Red dough - step by step recipe

This red dough pie has a meat filling with spinach and cheese. The pie comes out very hearty. Note that the dough doesn’t lose its shape when sliced, which is very important. You wouldn’t want the pie to fall apart in your hands, would you?

Red dough - step by step recipe

I liked this dough so much that I even made pizza on it. It’s awesome! I wasn’t even afraid to put raw stuffing on top and the dough didn’t get soggy when baked.

Red dough - step by step recipe

I think you’ll agree that the dough is not only easy to work with and delicious, but also beautiful. The products with it turn out a delicate peach color, very appetizing to the eye. I hope that after this post you will want to make something with red dough.

Red dough - step by step recipe

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