Turkish Pogaca Recipe – Easy Butter Bread with Cheese

Turkish Pogaca Recipe - Easy Butter Bread with Cheese

This is the easiest Turkish Pogaca (butter bread) Pastry Recipe ever. And it is so delicious at the same time! Important thing about this pasties is, it doesn’t go bad so easily. And a great alternative for breakfasts. Very popular turkish cheese bread and common in Turkey. Pogaca is widely consumed in Turkey, usually with Turkish tea, in the mornings. You can also prepare this recipe with whole grain flour!
Directions: In the bowl of a heavy-duty mixer, place milk Add yeast and sugar Blend with mixer on low and let yeast activate for around 5 minutes Add vegetable oil and an egg white Add sparking water Add the flour and beat on medium for 3 minutes The dough will be soft and unsticky Cover it up and let the yeast work for around an hour Cut the dough in 2 equal pieces, and divide a half in smaller pieces There should be 8 dough balls Roll each piece medium thin Spread some butter Using a pizza cutter or regular knife, cut two sides of the rolled dough Transfer on the baking paper Brush egg yolk on tops Bake for 25 minutes or until golden brown, in 200 C (390 F) pre-heated oven
List of Ingredients for cheese breads
1 cup milk
1 cup vegetable oil
1 egg (white for the dough, yolk for brushing on top)
1 tbs dry yeast
2 tbs sugar
2 tsp salt
5 cups flour
2 tbs butter to spread on dough
a bunch of parsley (to the taste)


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  1. How much Oil do you use. The recipe states 1 Cup but on the video it looks like 1/2 Cup. Can I substitute yogurt for some of the oil or milk?

  2. كوب حليب – كوب ماء فوار – كوب زيت – ملعقة طعام خميرة – 5 أكواب طحين – 2 ملعقة طعام سكر – 2 ملعقة طعام ملح – بيضة واحدة البياض للعجينة الصفار للدهن على الوجه.
    الحشوة جبنة فيتا وبقدونس

  3. Hi, I know this video was posted nearly 5 years ago but I'd like to clarify something. When is the salt listed in the ingredients added and is it 1 cup of oil or half a cup? Thank you.

  4. There is an error in this recipe. It's not a cup of oil. It comes too soft with a cup of oil. If you look at the measuring cups it's even a different color and it also looks smaller. Hope the Baker will give us the right amount. Thanks