I want to tell you how to cook a lazy achma in a slow cooker! This dish turns out to be incredibly juicy, satisfying and tasty! And when cooking in a multicooker, you just need to turn it on and get the finished dish!
This lazy homemade multicooker achma is easy and simple to cook! Honestly, I'm a fan of cheeses, so I always have plenty of them. But even if you only have Dutch cheese at home and even cheese like "Friendship", don't be afraid to cook it anyway, it will turn out to be very tasty! Read on for a simple option on how to cook a lazy achma in a slow cooker.
Purpose: For lunch / For dinner / For an afternoon snack
Main ingredient: Dairy products / Cheese / Lavash
Dish: Baking / Achma
Diet: Vegetarian food
- Kefir - 300 Grams
- Feta - 100 Grams
- Brynza - 100 Grams
- Suluguni - 150 Grams
- Mozzarella - 100 Grams
- Hard cheese - 100 grams
- Butter - 30 Grams
- Lavash - 2 Pieces
- Spices - To taste
How to cook "Lazy achma in a slow cooker"
1. First mix beaten eggs and kefir with spices for pouring. Grease the bowl of the multicooker with oil, spread one pita bread so that the edges hang down. We spread feta and feta cheese, slightly mash with a fork. Add half of the filling, and then tear the remaining pita bread into pieces and put it here. 2. Lavash, as it were, "drown" in a kefir mixture. Then grind and spread all the remaining cheese. 3. Now just wrap the hanging edges of the pita bread inward and fill the dish with the remaining kefir mixture. We bake in the "Baking" mode for 35-40 minutes. 4. If you want the achma to turn out ruddy, after about 20 minutes of cooking, carefully turn the dish in a slow cooker upside down and cook the same amount. Then we cut into squares and serve!