Pogaca (Istanbul Turkish: Pogača) is a type of donut that is cooked and eaten in various forms and is also called pogatschen in Austria. Sometimes it is served hot as a appetizer and instead of bread. Hot feta cheese with feta cheese is a special dish in Turkey and Bulgaria. This type of bread is Cepli Pogača, which consists of three layers and is very popular in Turkey, with marmalade, nutella, mashed potatoes, ham Served.
- Warm milk: 1 glass
- Warm water: 1 cup
- Sugar: 1 tbsp
- Salt: 1 teaspoon
- Liquid oil: half cup
- Melted butter or margarine: 100 g
- Flour: To the extent necessary
- Yeast dough: 2 tbsp
How to prepare
Mix all the ingredients together, then gradually add the flour to get a soft dough. Then cover the dough and put it in a warm place until the dough comes out and multiplies.
When it is ready, remove the dough a little bigger than the walnuts and spread it with a rolling pin, then oil it and fold it and oil it again and fold it again (liquid oil makes it easier to open inside) and then on the bread. Beat the egg yolks and sprinkle some sesame seeds on it.
Then put it in the oven (preheated) and set the oven temperature to 200 degrees. When it is fried on donuts, take it out of the oven and leave it to cool.
When it cools down, we open the inside of the bread and put cheese, cucumber, tomato, lettuce or whatever else we like and serve this delicious bread.