Soft Yeast Pastry
Turkish cuisine would be incomplete without the Pastries that it brews itself for the sake of tea, are we wrong? That is why every tea hour is halfway without the pastries that the dough is spoken to.
But everyone likes pastry differently. Some say that what you call börek is cheesy, some cannot give up on minced meat, some of them match the different flavor of potatoes combined with spices very well with pastries.
Today, our promise to the people in the third group ... Because when the potato Pastry is mentioned, the water stops flowing, it suits the golden days and the tea hours, even the savior of breakfasts and dinners.
-1 cup of warm milk
-1 water glass measure of oil
-1 cup of warm water
-1 pack of yeast (42 g)
-2 wipe teaspoons of salt
-4 tablespoons of sugar
-About 7 cups of flour
For the above:
How to make
Warm water, warm milk, fresh yeast and sugar are mixed into the kneading container. (It should be warm enough not to burn hands when water and milk are mixed, for yeast to swell better)
Yeast dissolves. Then, oil, eggs, salt and sugar are added and mixed.
Kneading is added by adding flour gradually. The main thing is to add the flour in small quantities and knead it slowly.
The kneaded dough is left to rest for 30-45 minutes.
Egg-sized pieces are teared off, rolled by hand and stacked on a tray with greaseproof paper.
Put egg yolk on it and sprinkle sesame seeds and wait for another 20 minutes. It is left to cook in 190 degrees oven. The cooking time may vary depending on the oven, but it will cook in about 20-25 minutes.
Our fluffy puff pastry, which is puffy, puffy. You can substitute bread for breakfast.
Or you can serve breakfast like a sandwich by adding breakfast, cheese, etc. for children. Bon Appetit.