3    tb        Dill freshly chopped fine 
     3    tb        Parsley freshly chopped fine 
     1    tb        Garlic minced 
     9    tb        Scallions chopped fine 
     1    tb        Black pepper frshly ground 
     8    tb        Butter 
1 1/2   ts        Salt                       
1 1/2   c       All purpose flour   
1/2   ts         Salt 
  4    tb         Butter, softened   
2/3   c          Luke warm water                       
  1    t         Cider vinegar   
1/4   c        Sour cream 
  2    tb       Butter   
1/2   ts       Flour 
  6    tb       Finely minced onion   
1/2   ts       Salt 
  1    t          Black pepper frsshly ground 
  1    tb        Lemon or lime juice frshly                       
                   - squeezed & strained 


Place the flour into a deep mixing bowl. Make a hollow  in the center. Add the water into the hollow, salt, &  2 T of the butter. Stir slowly untilk all of the  ingredients are well mixed and the water is totally  absorbed. Beat vigorously with a large spoon until a  firm, stiff dough is formed. Gather the dough into a  ball. on  floured surface roll the dough ball out into  a rectangle approx. 16" x 18".

Brush the dough with  the remaining butter, fold into quarters, then roll it  out as thinly as possible. Cut into a 16" x 18"  rectangle the cut that into 48 each 2" squares.  FILLING: Combine the salt, pepper, scallions, garlic,  parsley, & dill. Cut the butter into tiny bits and  chill until the dough is ready. Place a teaspoon of  the filling mix into the center of each square, add a  piece  of the butter to each. Draw up the corners and  pinch them together firmly thus closing the filling  into the dough.

Heat enough oil in a deep pot. Heat to  375 degrees F. and drop in 4-6 of the filled squares.  Cook for 4 minutes, remove from the oil, drain, and  serve warm. SAUCE: Melt the butter, add the chopped  onions, the salt, the pepper, & the vinegar. Cook for  4 minutes then add the remaining ingredients. Stir  constantly until it thickens. Remove from the heat. Add  the lemon juice and serve over the fritters.


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