January 02, 2014

Turkish Mince Meat Pita


When I saw Wendy post this in her blog, I am so attracted by the unique shape of this pita bread. I am very busy at that moment and I really worried that I don't have time to try this out. Just yesterday I decided to try this out. Rush out to grab some mince beef, tomato and parsley. Too bad can't get fresh parsley so I used the dried ones. I am glad that I try this out the very last minutes. This is so yummy.. 
I love this  AFF event, I always learn new dishes from this event.  Just like the pervious MFF events.
I think i over baked it a little cause the yolk was over cooked but we don't mind at all, it is just very very delicious. The next time i make this i will bake it for 20 minutes.


Turkish Minced Meat Pita

source: wendyinkk
Yield: 1 large pide

Pide dough:
125g flour (I used bread flour.)
20g water + 1/2 tsp instant yeast
20g natural yoghurt
20g milk (I used 30g.)
1 tsp sugar
1 tbsp olive oil
1/4 tsp salt
olive oil for brushing on after baked 

Filling:
100g minced meat
1 tomato, seeds removed, diced
2 tbsp onion
2 tbsp chopped parsley (I used dried parsley)
1/4 tsp paprika
1/4 tsp salt
black pepper to taste
1 egg (for topping)


1) Dissolve yeast in water. Combine all ingredients for pastry & knead using hand for 2 minutes. Leave to proof (covered) for 2 hours.  

2) 30 minutes before end of proofing, combine all ingredients for  filling, except egg, & place the mixture in a colander to drain any liquid.







3) Preheat oven at 180 (fan) or 200 deg C.

4) Roll out dough into an oval, 5mm thick. Place dough on a baking paper which is placed on a dark-coloured baking tray. Put filling on the dough, leaving 1-inch border. Fold the sides in & pinch the ends together. Crack the egg onto the filling.

4) Bake for 30 minutes, until the dough turns golden brown. Remove pita from oven & brush the crust with olive oil. Serve warm.



I am submitting this to Asian Food Fest West Asia Monthhosted by Shannon of Just as Delish


'I would like to wish everyone a 
Blessed Happy Happy New Year 2014 ^-^  '

15 comments:

  1. looks very tempting..loved the oval shape pita

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  2. 这个很吸引人也。。。。。。赞!

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  3. Happy new year to you Doreen.
    Your bakes looks equally beautifully as Wendy. I can see that this is very delicious indeed.

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  4. 很吸引人,卖相很在赞,我应该会在CNY过后再试做了。。:)

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  5. Happy New Year, It looks like Mike with a single eye.

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  6. 梅梅,
    实在抵挡不住,忍不了。。。。好想尝尝也~~~~~~~
    新年快乐!!

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  7. Hi Doreen,
    Your pizza looks so good! And I like the shape of it, looks like a boat!
    Happy New Year and wish you a great 2014!

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  8. Tasty, Mui! I have been seeing everyone doing this lately! Happy new Year to you!

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  9. Yes, I have seen Wendy's and loved the way she done it...yours looks just as delicious! Happy New Year !

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  10. Will bookmark this ! Yeah , that Turkish pizza er pita looks delicious indeed - my kind of food :D

    Wishing you and your family a Happy , Healthy and a Bountiful 2014 !!!

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  11. Hi Doreen.
    It looks so beautiful and yummy!

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  12. Hi Mui Mui, this pita looks so yummy and shape is special, lovely :)

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  13. Hi Mui Mui, your bread look so delicious. Lovely and very well baked.
    Have a nice day.

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  14. Hi mui mui! Sorry I have not come over sooner. Love your Turkish Minced Meat Pita, I should try it too!

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