Description of preparation:
You can make a pie with any jam, jam and even berry or fruit puree, which is at hand. I immediately send the finished dough to the freezer, and not to the refrigerator, this helps to save time in the kitchen. If you have not tried Karakum, I definitely recommend it!
Prepare the ingredients.
Carefully separate the yolks and combine with half the sugar. Rub until smooth.
Add softened butter.
Pour sifted soda and flour. Knead a soft, uniform dough.
Divide the dough into two unequal parts, wrap in a film and send in the freezer for 15 minutes.
In the meantime, you can do protein. Combine them with the remaining sugar and beat until fluffy.
Add chopped nuts (I have almond flakes, but any nuts will do).
Roll out a large ball of dough and put it into a heat-resistant form (put off the cuttings, they will come in handy).
Spread jam, kurd, jam evenly.
Grate that part of the dough that remains from the formation of the base of the cake.
Lay out the squirrels with nuts.
Rub the second ball of dough on top. Place the cake in an oven preheated to 180 degrees.
Bake for about 45 minutes until golden.
Cool a little and you can serve the cake "Karakum" to the table. Have a nice tea party!