Boil shredded cabbage for about 10 minutes until soft. Drain, squeeze excess liquid and cool.
Mix cooled cabbage, dill, and chopped eggs. Add seasoning as required.
Prepare the batter
In a large bowl whisk together eggs, greek yogurt, and mayo until well combined.
Add sugar if using.
Add baking powder and flour. Mix well.
The batter will be the consistency of a very thick yogurt.
Assemble the pie
Butter the 9 inch pie plate, place the filling in the pie dish, pour the batter over and spread.
Bake for 30-35 minutes or until the batter is golden brown and is springy to the touch.
I like a touch of sweetness in savoury foods, so I always add sugar even to salty pies, but sugar can be omitted in the recipe.The batter become spongy and a bit like a savoury cake.Savoy cabbage takes less time to cook than regular cabbage. If you are using regular cabbage for the pie, then it might need to be boiled for longer.For extra indulgence, boiled cabbage can be sautéed in butter.
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