Hello! Today my son turns 13 and I cooked with my daughter an edible gift for him. ![ntopaz-image-0](https://artisteem.io/media/26582f73-1faf-445c-8b9d-49824fc8f4a3) ![ntopaz-image-1](https://artisteem.io/media/98139508-e706-4b35-8ed1-ed90b22d5fb6) I decided to bake an edible basket of yeast dough and mixed fruit and cheese into it. ![ntopaz-image-2](https://artisteem.io/media/08344226-b638-4b6e-b6e3-5ff2febbc88b) ![ntopaz-image-3](https://artisteem.io/media/96f05ebb-3fde-4b17-98a5-dc02b6773381) Yeast dough recipe: Flour - 340 g Sugar - 3 tbsp. Salt - 1 ch.l Milk - 160 ml Vegetable oil - 70 ml Egg - 1 pcs. Yeast - 20 g. ![ntopaz-image-5](https://artisteem.io/media/4c8666b2-cfb0-4019-bb9f-41b58f68edd9) For cooked this backed you need: 1.Dissolve yeast in warm milk, add sugar and a couple of tablespoons of flour. 2.Stir well and set aside in a warm place for about 15 minutes so that the “yeast” rises. 3.The next you need sifted flour add to it Milk-yeast mixture, salt, vegetable oil, egg. Knead the dough, cover the bowl with foil and put in a warm place so that the dough doubles. 4. Bowl- framework, on which will be established basket, you need smeared outside with vegetable oil and sprinkled with semolina. 5. Roll out dough 5 mm thick and cut into strips 1-1.5 cm wide 6. Lay the strips crosswise on the basket. The remaining stripes interweave between the strips of the frame in a checkerboard pattern. 7. You need roll flagella from the om the two parts of the test and make of these flagella 2 rings - small and big. A small ring - this is the bottom of the basket. 8. Bake basket in the oven for 25 minutes at 180° ![ntopaz-image-4](https://artisteem.io/media/5fcfa379-c8a6-46c2-8f26-34adafc5c1fa) Hope you like my work!