Pide with meat

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Pide with meat

Pide with meat
4 servings

For the dough:

natural yogurt – 1.5 tablespoons;

vegetable oil – 1 tablespoon;

warm water – 100 ml;

granular dry yeast – 10 grams;

sugar – 1 teaspoon;

1 egg;

“Makfa” superior grade wheat flour – 250 grams;


For the filling:

2 sweet bell peppers;

1 tomato;

1/2 small chili pepper;

1 mid-sized onion;

garlic – 4 cloves;

vegetable oil – 1 tablespoon;

minced beef – 400 grams;

tomato paste – 50 grams;

2 eggs;

sprig of cilantro for serving;



1.5 hours + 1 hour for the dough to rise

Wheat flour

Additional properties For kids


1. Mix yogurt, vegetable oil, water, yeast, sugar, egg and a pinch of salt in a bowl. Gradually add flour and mix smooth elastic dough. Leave in a warm place for 1 hour.

2. Cube the bell pepper and tomato, mince the chili, onion and garlic.

3. Heat vegetable oil in a stewpot and fry the onion in it. Add minced meat and stew for 5 minutes.

4. Add bell pepper, chili, garlic, tomato and tomato paste. Add salt and pepper and stew for 10–15 minutes until done. Let cool.

5. Cut the dough in quarters and roll them into oval shapes. Spread the filling over the preforms, spacing 2 cm from the edge. Tuck the dough edges upward, making small trays. Whip the egg and smear the dough edges with it.

6. Heat the oven to 200°С and bake pides for 15 minutes. Take the trays out of the oven, pour over with leftover egg and bake for another 10–15 minutes. Serve warm, decorated with cilantro leaves.

Cuisine Middle East cuisine
Dish type Desserts and Baking