Once they're a decent size, you put a bit of filling in, close 'em up, making sure to leave a few vent holes in the top...
Brushing the top with some olive oil and parsley for color, bake at 350 for 40 minutes (because it takes about that long to clean up the mess of flour you just made of the kitchen) and when they're done...
I gotta admit, they weren't half bad.
It didn't look half bad either.
And look, even what's his face from Buffy liked the looks of it.
The dough needed a lot of work, but practice does make perfect. I'm not even really sure of the measurements I used but I can tell you what went into it:
AP Flour, obviously
A packet of chicken and mushroom powder from a ramen soup package
Sugar, salt, pepper
Lots of vegetable oil
I wrapped it up in cling wrap and left it to set in the fridge for about a half hour before rolling it. And no, I wasn't following a recipe, I was just throwing shit together which is why it came out as bland as it did. If I had to do it over, I would add cold butter and baking powder.
This was a healthy experiment. I think next time I will attempt to tackle Native American frybread. =)
Anyway, this has been How To Avoid Facing Life For Two Hours 101. Next time I'll teach you how to make an incendiary device using orange juice concentrate. I'm kidding, ain't no way the feds are breaking down MY door, go look that shit up yourself.