Bread Sorouk

Sorouk Yazdi bread is one of the breads that are very popular among the Zoroastrians of Iran, especially in the city of Yazd. Sorouk is a type of oily bread that is served with or without sugar and with cheese. In fact, this is oily bread in Yazd province.In the past, Zoroastrians used to prepare sorok bread for their ritual celebrations, but the way sorok bread is consumed in religious ceremonies is different, in that they sprinkle sugar on the breads and serve them, but in mourning without It is served with sugar and halva and eggs. But be sure to prepare this delicious bread at home so that its aroma and smell will cover the whole space of the house. Today in cook plans, we will teach you Yazd Sorouk bread with easy baking recipe. Join us.

Ingredients :

  1. Flour: 2 to 3 cups
  2. Lukewarm water: 1 glass
  3. Salt: The tip of a teaspoon
  4. Instant yeast dough: 1 tbsp
  5. Turmeric: 1 tablespoon
  6. Coriander seed powder: 1 tablespoon
  7. Animal oil: as needed
  8. Sugar: As needed

Recipes :

First, pour lukewarm water into a tall bowl or glass and add the sourdough and 1 tablespoon of sugar and stir and place on the dish for 10 minutes until the sourdough is active and foams (the amount of lukewarm water in activating the sourdough it’s too important).

Pour 2 cups of flour with salt, turmeric and coriander seeds into a bowl and mix and add the activated yeast dough to it and start stirring with a wooden spoon until the dough gathers. Finally, a soft dough should be obtained. Then knead the dough well for 10 minutes and put it in a greased bowl in a warm place for 1.5 hours. Be sure to cover the bowl with cellophane.

When the dough is thick, it is ready. Now take the dough puff, then take the dough to the size of a chin (the size of a tangerine) and roll it and put it in a floured tray and cover them with a cloth and rest again for half an hour .

Pour animal oil or ordinary liquid oil into boiling milk to heat. Open the chunks on the work surface a little with the help of a rolling pin and shape them with a fork or a pipette, then fry them in hot oil and place them on an oiled napkin and sprinkle sugar on them when it is hot. Our sorouk bread is ready.

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