Peymacun Recipe (Turkish style pizza)

Sunday, September 11, 2011

This dish originally cooked with ground meat and called "lahmacun", this is the version with cheese, in turkish cheese mean "peynir" so we call this "peymacun" :)
The size is normally bigger, I wanted to make it smaller, it's a nice appetizer, mine is a bit crispy, the way I liked it, if you don't like crispy, you can add a bit water in the cheese mixture or maybe chopped tomato, with tomato juice it'd be softer.


For the dough:

2 gl of flour (300 gr)
1/2 table spoon salt
water (1 gl)

For the topping:

100 gr white cheese
chopped parsley
1 egg
black pepper
red pepper

I used dry yeast, mix all ingredients for the dough and knead. It should be soft as your ear lobes. Add flour or water as needed. Let it rest around 1 hour.

For the topping mash cheese, mix with the other ingredients.

After the dough is ready, you can cut it in smaller balls. If you open thinner it will be more cripy the way I like. It is around 5 mm, I make my peymacun like small circles, you can make it bigger.

Open the dough, lay the toppings all over. Cook for 15-20 minutes into preheat oven 200 degrees.

Serve warm.

Bon Appétit.


Peggy said...

These look so tasty!

Torviewtoronto said...

yummy looking mini pizza Yesim looks delicious
hope you can join the food palette series rainbow colours
regards Akheela

Ashley@Bakerbynature said...

This looks scrumptious; I'll take any form of pizza I can get my hands on!

Claudia said...

Just perfect - waiting to be eaten - all melted and easy to grab. Wish they could cross the Atlantic and appear here.

Yesim said...

tx u for nice comments..

Treat and Trick said...

Perfect and yummy!

Emily Malloy said...

This looks delicious!

cookingvarieties said...

hi yesim, my first time here.. delicious looking pizza.. love cheese and minced meat. thanks for sharing/
do visit my blog,would like to read a comment from you too :) have a nice day

Candace said...

Oh my! These look delicious! I would prefer the crispy ones like yours, I think. Have a great weekend!

christo AKA doggybloggy said...

these look delicious......

Spoon and Chopsticks said...

Hi Yesim

Your Turkish-style pizza looks great.

Fahad Khan said...

I am sure,I will like mine crispy too!:-) I usually prefer thin crust pizza over the usual,thicker crust one since it is crispy.Love it!
I am going to note down/bookmark this recipe.Thank you for sharing,Yesim.:-)

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