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Turkish "Poğaça" | How to make a yummy filled bread 🍞

I said it is Turkish but of course, pretty much every country in this region claims to own it. But who cares? It tastes amazing and is easy to make *looking at croissant* #recipe #yummy

Ingredients 

(yields about 50 pieces, half the amounts if you want less)

Dough

2 eggs

400 ml milk | 2 cups

200 ml water | 1 cup

200 ml oil | 1 cup

1 tablespoon salt

2 tablespoons sugar

1 cube or two packages dry yeast 

1 kg kilo flour | 2.2 lbs flour | 8 cups

Sesame seeds and black sesame seeds for the topping (optional)


Filling 

Fill it with whatever your hearts (or in this case, your stomach) desires! 


How to make it

1. Add the sugar, salt, a good portion of the flour, oil, dry yeast, milk, water and finally one egg and the egg white of the other and knead it. 

2. Gradually add flour until the dough doesn’t stick to your hands or the bowl anymore. 

3. Spread a bit of flour over the dough and cover it with a wet cloth. Let it rest in a warm place for at least half an hour. 

4. Get small pieces of the dough and form some flat ovals. Put a little bit of your filling, close them. Place them on a baking sheet.

5. Add a tablespoon of vegetable oil to the leftover egg yolk and whisk it. Then cover the Poğaça with the egg mixture.

6. Sprinkles sesame and some black sesame seeds onto them (optional).

7. Bake at 170 degrees Celsius / 340 F for 15-20 minutes or until they get a golden brown color.


Tips: 

*If you have the feeling you baked too many: Just toss them into the freezer. I always like to make much more so that I have a breakfast to go when I don’t have the time or just don’t feel like it. 

*Do NOT store in the fridge! They get dry pretty fast. So as long as it isn’t abnormally hot you should keep them in an airtight container. 


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