Turkish Cheese Pide

Pide is a very common food in Turkey..You could find pide any corner of the streets..Its like Newyork with its pizzaria stores on every corner of the streets…Pide comes in different fillings.Such as: Meat pide, spanich pide, cheese pide, and more…

Ingredients: Dough

4 cups flour

1 cup milk

2 Teaspoon active dry yeast

1 Teaspoon salt

1/2 cup Olive oil


2 cups Feta cheese

1 Egg

1 cup chopped parsley

I prepared my dough in my bread maker. But you can always prepare it the traditional way.

Dissolve the yeast in a cup with warm milk.

Pour the milk in the bread maker.

Add the flour, salt and oil in the mixture..

Set your bread maker on dough cycle. Wait only for 1 hour.

Prepare the fillings at another bowl. Just put all the ingredients and mix.

When the dough is ready, turn the dough over the slightly floured surface

Divide the dough into 8 slices and make balls. Cover the pieces with a damp cloth.

Take the first piece and flat the dough into an oval shape with using a rolling pin.

Sprinkle 2-3 tbsp stuffing onto the dough. Cover the sides, and shape it as a boat.

Transfer the pides to the oven and bake it for 20 minutes. (385F)

Serve with fruit juice or yogurd drink(ayran)




5 thoughts on “Turkish Cheese Pide

  1. Hi

    Can someone help me.

    I live in Glasgow and love the Turkish cheese pide, can you suggest somewhere I can get it in one of the restaurants or something.

  2. Love this recipe! 🙂 I made Pide last night, from another recipe, and the dough turned a little too “doughy”. I like it to be just a little drier. I’ll try your recipe! 🙂 I love how it looks in the picture!

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