Turkish Puff Pogaca Pastry with Feta Cheese Recipe

This recipe is a classic from Turkish cuisine! Pogaca pastry with feta cheese filling! It is so delicious and so fluffy! Make sure your feta cheese is low on fat otherwıse the cheese might melt and leak out to the tray. You will be surprised to learn how easy is it to make Turkish Pogaca pastry! If you like this recipe, go to our web site you will find so many similar recipes to that one. Also adding baking powder and yeast makes this pastry incredibly puffy! A great choice for a quick breakfast! If you don’t prefer feta cheese in those kind of pastries, you can bake them plain or with sausages or spinach, or whatever you feel like! Let us know what you think about this recipe, if you have any questions let us know by leaving a comment!
Melt your sugar in warm milk In a large bowl, mix eggs and Greek yogurt Add vegetable oil, salt and vinegar and start whisking Add water Add flour Add baking powder add the yeast you melted in water and start kneading gently Cover it up and let it rise for around an hour We’ll roll the dough in 4 pieces, and between we’ll brush a mixture now we’ll prepare Our mixture is room temperature butter with vegetable oil Fill each one with a mixture of feta cheese and chopped parsley Transfer all on a baking tray and bursh some egg yolk on tops. Let the dough rise for another 15 mins On 200C (390F) pre-heated oven, bake for 25 to 30 mins
Ingredients for Turkish Puff Pastry in Cake Tray Recipe
1/2 cup milk (warm)
1/2 cup water (warm)
1/2 tbs yeast
1/2 tbs baking powder
1 tbs vinegar
2 tbs yogurt
1/2 tbs sugar
1/2 tbs salt
1 egg
3 tbs vegetable oil
6 cups flour
For the mixture to brush between layers:
1/2 stick butter
1/4 vegetable oil
For filling:
Feta Cheese
Finely chopped parsley
For top:
1 egg yolk


  1. TN1061 says:

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  2. dogstar167 says:

    these look fab i bet they'd be great with apple sugar and cinnamon for the filling

  3. Spiderh - says:

    Yoğurt is an ancient food. Also in Tanakh (Old Testament) mention of
    this. It's Asia origin food. But, Turks introduced yoğurt in the world,
    and name is Turkish, like coffee…

    That's it, only it… Do not ignorance, not pathetic, not racist, no
    polemic, no ignorance war. OK…

  4. what's name the tail do u used it ??????

  5. Olivia Sz says:

    Clearly the written recipe is not correct. Does anybody noticed???

  6. sofhia kaka says:

    PLEASE CORRECT YOUR RECIPES.!!!!this was very annoying …I just made it with6 cups n the quantity is not right.I had to add in more liquid.I'm sure this affects the texture and taste.If you have a YouTube channel,be professional enough to readjust your recipes

  7. zani malik says:

    waooooo I hope it's very tasty.

  8. لو سمحتو بدي الترجمه بالعربي او تكتبوا المقادير بالعربي

  9. nudrat khan says:

    it doesnt look like 6 cup flour

  10. i Like your recpi thanks To your share in English To

  11. Neti Recipes says:

    Thank you for sharing this recipe. I love the texture that you made for your pastry skin ^_^

  12. figen figen says:

    It's just yoghurt not Greek ffs

  13. You guys you're bad news.Keep it up.

  14. a k says:

    actually all your recipes are …Greek

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