Cig Borek Recipe (Fried pastry with raw meat inside)

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Today is 1st of May , Happy labor day to all!! Today is also important from a side that is my mum's birthday. She is the best mum ever.. She turned 53 , long live Mum! I love you..
Cig Borek is one of her favourite food which is famous in Eskişehir city in Turkey. I cooked lots of foods for her but this was King of the table.
I cooked it with 1 gl of flour, and made 5 çiğbörek. I am giving original recipe, you can make it less or more as your desire.. Enjoy!!

200 gr mince (ground meat)
2 onions,finely chooped
2 green peppers,finely chooped
2 tomatoes,grated
1/4 bunch of parsley,finely chooped
black pepper

For dough;
3 gl of flour (450-500 gr)
1 tea spoon carbonate
1 gl of yoghurt water (i used the water into yoghurt pot)

Mix all the ingredients for the dough ,add sufficient water to make soft dough,knead for 5-10 min. Rest for 30 min. Divide dough into pieces, shape them as round. Spread the mince mix on the dough pieces.
Close the dough as form half-circle. Fry in a pan till the two sides get brownish.

Bon appetit..


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