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Easy Turkish Pide Bread

Easy Turkish Pide Bread

Put warm water in a bowl and add yeast and sugar. Stir and set aside for 10 minutes The water and yeast will froth. Add it to the flour and salt and mix it through Now add the vegetable oil and knead the dough by hand for about 10 minutes until elastic Grease a bowl and add the dough. Brush with water and sprinkle with sesame seeds Cover again with cling film and let it rise for at least another half hour Pre heat the oven to 440℉/200℃ Remove the cling film and bake the bread in 30 minutes
Turkish Pide Dough (Bread)

Turkish Pide Dough (Bread)

Now comes the tricky bit. (From this point you can proceed to bake the pide bread or filled pide boats
359.Turkish flatbread (pide)

359.Turkish flatbread (pide)

Turkish flatbread is baked on a stone or clay slab but I baked it in a normal oven tray. Add salt, sugar and yeast to the flour and mix it
Easy Turkish Pide Bread

Easy Turkish Pide Bread

Cover again with cling film and let it rise for at least another half hour. Put warm water in a bowl and add yeast and sugar
Pide (Turkish Flat Cake)

Pide (Turkish Flat Cake)

Mix yeast and water together, add the flour and knead with salt into a dough. 25 g yeast. Sift the Flour
Turkish Flatbread (Pide)

Turkish Flatbread (Pide)

You should have a damp and very springy dough that offers no resistance to kneading. As the pide come out of the oven, stack them in a large pan and keep them covered until all are ready to eat
Turkish Pizza Bread (Pide)

Turkish Pizza Bread (Pide)

Knowing my family's love for pizza, I tried this for them right away. Yeast . Turkish Pizza - Pide. Turkish,
Pide, the Turkish pizza

Pide, the Turkish pizza

My Turkish friends say that in my house I have more Turkish products than them, and they are not wrong, indeed
Turkish Pide with Ground Beef (Kiymali Pide)

Turkish Pide with Ground Beef (Kiymali Pide)

(I omit that step that’s why the color is not as brown as it should be). Posted in Bread and Buns and tagged bread, Mince, pide, Turkish
Spicy Turkish Pide with Ground Beef and Chillies

Spicy Turkish Pide with Ground Beef and Chillies

Pide (pronounced pea-day) is a Turkish flatbread pizza which is traditionally oval shaped. However, although I lived in Turkey, I wasn’t exactly doing a lot of baking in those days (better not ask what I was doing), and had no idea how to make a pide
Turkish pide

Turkish pide

ADD the yeast and WHISK well. Turkishpide ingredients. Turkish pizza a. FOLD the sides inwards to close the pide and use some olive oil to stick the dough together
Pide Preference

Pide Preference

Now add the mashed potatoes and cook for a few minutes. Make a well in the centre, then add the yeast water and break the egg into the flour
Turkish Pizza

Turkish Pizza

Ever since the small success of my Big Ass Buns, I am now slightly less afraid of yeast and bread making