SPINACH AND FETA CHEESE PASTRY BY ROBERTO FROM STOCK CONTROL

Spinach börek is definitely a nation-wide favourite in Turkey. It’s made for and served at afternoon tea gatherings; sold by street vendors or patisseries early in the morning for breakfast; or can be a whole meal for lunch or dinner served with a yogurt beverage, ayran, but 95% of the time with tea.

Spinach börek can be made in different styles such as bundles, rolls, rounds, squares or spiral.

Ingredients:

CHE133: Yayla (60% Fat) Turkish Feta Cheese-1x1kg

DAI117: Yayla Strained Yoghurt (Suzme) (10% Fat)-1x1kg

VEG318: Greens Frozen Leaf Spinach (Bags)-1x1kg

OIL066: Filippo Berio Extra Virgin Olive Oil-1x2L

Other Ingredients:

2 Eggs

2 large onions (chopped)

6 pastry leaves (yufka)

Sesame seeds

Salt

Black pepper

Step 1:

For the filling: fry the onions in a pan with little olive oil add the spinach salt and black pepper and cook until all water evaporates, remove from hob then add the feta cheese and mix with a fork.

Step 2:

Prepare a sauce by beating the eggs with 6 spoons of yoghurt and 200 ml olive oil.

Step 3:

Brush one pastry leave with the sauce.

Step 4:

Spread some of the filling on the pastry covering the surface from left to right.

Fold the bottom on top of the filling and then roll the rest of the pastry.

Step 5:

Take a round oven tray brush with olive oil and place the first roll.

Step 6:

Place all the rolls in the pan forming a spiral from out to in.

Step 7:

Brush with the sauce and sprinkle with sesame seeds or nigella seeds or both.

Step 8:

Preheat the oven to 180C (356F) and cook for 30 to 40 min or until golden brown.

Step 9:

Cut it like a pizza and serve with a cup of tea.

  Enjoy!

Comments
One Response to “SPINACH AND FETA CHEESE PASTRY BY ROBERTO FROM STOCK CONTROL”
  1. satar says:

    It looks good and taste even better. It was delicious. Good luck Roberto!

    Satar

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