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A Russian pie of fish or meat, cabbage or other vegetables, and herbs.
- ‘Cut the coulibiac in half lengthwise, then across into serving pieces and serve hot.’
- ‘A further variation is found in the rich shortcrust used for the Russian coulibiac, which differs in being made with yeast, which makes it light and puffy.’
- ‘Classic brioche dough is suitable for koulibiac.’
- ‘Now place the coulibiac on to the high shelf of the oven and bake it for 20-25 minutes until its golden brown.’
- ‘If you have a thermometer, you can remove from the oven till the internal temperature of the coulibiac reads 150 degrees.’
From Russian kulebyaka.
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