The spiral savory pie with black cabbage and red cabbage is a beautiful recipe to look at and delicious to taste, also perfect for those following a vegan diet.
Among the many recipes of savory pies, this is undoubtedly the first in terms of imagination and color: the spiral savory pie is a dish that will bring not only taste to your table, but also a beautiful scenographic effect , and that will amaze all your guests for dinner. The protagonists of this recipe are red cabbage and black cabbage, but to also give a variant of taste and texture to the dish, we will also use zucchini and carrots: choose the vegetables you like best, the recipe is the same!
Preparation of the spiral vegan savory pie
- Take the first roll of puff pastry and spread it on a baking dish or a cake pan lined with baking paper, and make holes in the bottom with a fork.
- Take the other roll and make strips, which you will need to make the spirals of your cake.
- At this point let’s take care of the vegetables. Wash the cabbage, carrots and courgette and make strips. At this point, start filling the savory pie, composing the layers one by one following the circumference of the pastry and alternating the vegetables with the strips of pasta.
- Once you have made all the concentric circles of your cake, season with extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper and bake it at 180 ° C for about 30 minutes .
Your spiral quiche is ready to serve. Enjoy your meal!
And why not try a great classic, to stay on the subject, namely the ricotta and spinach savory pie ?
The savory pie made following this recipe can be kept in the refrigerator for about 2-3 days , preferably under a special glass jar for cakes. We do not recommend freezing in the freezer.
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