Ochpochmak is a national Tatar dish, one of the most popular meat dishes. Ochpochmak translates as a triangle. It is a traditional Tatar triangular pie, both a festive and everyday dish. Mostly, this pastry is made from yeast dough, but there are also ochpochmaks made from unleavened dough. Tatar pie is usually made from lamb or beef, often there are recipes with poultry. In order to make ochpochmak juicier, you may pour hot broth into the hole from above.
50 g yeast dough
23 g Beef
30 g Potato
6 g Margarine
Divide the dough into small balls and roll them out into flat cakes. Put the minced meat in the middle of flat cakes. Make a triangle, with a small hole in the middle. Bake for 25-30 minutes at a temperature of 200-240 degrees. Minced meat: cut beef and potatoes into small pieces. Chop onion finely. Mix all ingredients; add salt and pepper.