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Peynirli Mayalı Poğaça

Pogačice (diminutive of pogača) is a type of puff pastryPogačaPoğaça or Pogacha (Cyrillic: Πогача) is a type of pastry eaten inBosnia and HerzegovinaBulgariaCroatiaSloveniaRepublic of MacedoniaSerbia (in Serbia, traditional in Belgrade bakeries),MontenegroHungaryGreece (where its called Bogatsa Μπογατσα) and Turkey (where it is called poğaça) with variations. It is calledpogatschen in Austria. Pogača is sometimes served hot as an appetizer instead of bread. Hot pogača filled with sour cream (or fetacheese in Turkey and Bulgaria) is considered a particularly delicious specialty.

If you are looking for something for your breakfast or brunch, or maybe for Kid's lunch box, you should try this one.  I guarantee It is repeatable menu for that...


Ingredients:
Ingredients A:
 3 tablespoons all purpose flour
 1 cup warm milk
 1 package (10 grams) dry yeast
 3 tablespoons granulated sugar
Ingredients B:
 3 cups all purpose flour (plus a few tablespoons if necessary)
 ½ cup plain yogurt
 1 teaspoon salt
 1 egg, lightly beaten.
 ½ cup olive oil
Ingredients C (for topping):
 1 egg yolk, beaten with 1 tbsp water and 1 tablespoon olive oil (vegetable oil).
 enough black sesame and white sesame.
Stuffing ingredient:
Enough Feta cheese.


Method: 
1) In large bowl, combine and mix all ingredients A as the starter. Cover with towel and let stand in warm place until fluffy (I need ± 30 minutes) 
2) Whisk eggs with yogurt and olive oil until blended. Add 3 cup of flour and egg mixture into ingredients A (fluffy starter) and knead until smooth and soft. If you feel the dough is too wet, add flour a spoonful after spoonful while continue to knead until smooth and not sticky at your fingers. Cover with plastic wrap or towel and let stand a warm place until dough doubles (I need time ± 50 minutes) 
3) Flat the dough for remove the air and divide into 13 ~ 15 small balls. Fill with stuffing ingredient and round shape them. Cover with towel and rest again about 30 minutes. 
4) preheat oven to 180 º C. Place dough on baking sheet coated with baking paper or grease with margarine. Smear top each ball with egg yolk mixture and sprinkle with sesame. Bake 15 ~ 20 minutes or until golden color. 



::Note
 Rocognize your own oven's condition is recommended. Different size and condition gives 
different heat result.

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5 comments:

  1. Mouthwatering bans i feel hear aroma. lovely blog thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  2. They look lovely, especially that they are stuffed with feta cheese :)

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  3. Citra, you are such an expert with the yeast dough baking, and these lovely biscuits are one of the many proofs of your talent.
    Thanks for sharing!
    xoxo

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  4. Pogacha...my favorite! Then you add feta cheese and it's a dream come true!!!

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