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  • Turkish Borek Cheese Pie - Tokyo Camii Halal Market
    Nisan 22, 2023

    Turkish Borek Cheese Pie

    This wonderful pie has to be the most popular and loved pastry in Turkey, and due to popular demand, it is reappearing:)We just baked it again yesterday, for a friend, as it is her daughter’s favorite pastry. It has been cooked at homes often, and you can eat almost in every café or restaurant at home. I use the fillo pastry sheets for this recipe and it works well (traditionally, we use the fresh paper thin pastry sheets called yufka and it is wonderful, if you can find it). If frozen, you need to defrost the fillo pastry overnight in the fridge and leave at room temperature about 2 hours before using. I like to combine the feta cheese with mozzarella in this recipe to make it moister. Another good tip is using the egg and milk mixture amongst the layers of the pastry sheets; that really makes the pastry moister.
    At home, boreks, savory pastries are a very popular snack with ladies’ tea time gatherings and immensely popular with children too. It also makes a wonderful lunch or appetizer with a little green salad by the side.
    Serves 6-8
    Preparation time – 25 minutes Cooking time – 35 minutes
    150gr/7oz feta cheese, mashed with a fork
    115 gr / 4oz shredded mozzarella
    2 eggs, beaten
    15ml/1 tablespoon olive oil to grease the tray
    1 pack or 24 sheets of fillo pastry (24cmx25cm/about 9″x10″)
    1 bunch of flat leaf parsley, finely chopped
    For the egg&milk; mixture:
    2 eggs, beaten
    120ml/4fl oz/1/2 cup milk
    120ml/4fl oz/1/2 cup water
    30ml/2tablespoons olive oil
    Preheat oven to 180c/350 F/gas mark 4
    In a bowl, mix the feta cheese, shredded mozzarella, parsley and two of the beaten eggs. In a separate bowl, mix the remaining eggs, olive oil, water and milk (for the egg&milk; mixture).
    Grease a rectangular baking dish with a little olive oil. Lay the pastry sheets along its long side and trim or cut if needed, as the size of the sheets vary in each country. Open the sheets only when you are ready to use them and cover the rest with a damp towel so that they don’t dry out.
    Lay two sheets in the greased baking dish. Pour a little of the milk-olive oil-water mixture (about 3 tablespoons) all over the sheet. Repeat this layering until you reached the 12th sheet (or half of your pack). The pastry may look like swimming in the milky mixture a little, don’t worry, that’s the way it should be. Once cooked, the pastry will absorb all this moisture and you will have a lovely, moist pie.
    Spread the cheese filling over the 12th sheet evenly. Continue laying two sheets of fillo, pouring over each the milk mixture, until you reach 24th sheet. Sprinkle the milk mixture on the top of the pie.
    Bake the pie in the oven for about 35 minutes, until the top is golden brown. Serve hot, cut into pieces. This dish can be successfully reheated.
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    Important tips: If you would like to cut back on the amount of the eggs, you can omit or decrease them in the cheese filling. 2) Once cooked, if you keep the pie covered with flax or parchment paper, this will keep the pie moist. 3) This pie freezes wonderfully. Once cooled, put the pie in a freezer bag and seal. When you’d like to reheat (at 180C/ 350 F for about 15 minutes), put the pie in a greased baking tray and sprinkle the top with a little milk and water mixture to give some moisture.
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  • Turkish Baklava トルコバクラバ - Tokyo Camii Halal Market
    Nisan 22, 2023

    Turkish Baklava トルコバクラバ

    Buttery, flaky puff pastry soaked in honey and sugar with tender pistachios stuffed between layers of dough. This Baklava recipe reigns from Turkey were the best pistachios in the world are found. Serve for Easter, Christmas or any holiday.
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  • Turkish Delight - ロクム - Tokyo Camii Halal Market
    Ağustos 18, 2021

    Turkish Delight - ロクム

    Turkish Delight - ロクム (Lokum) Turkish delight or Lokum is a family of sweets based on a gel of starch and sugar. Top varieties consist largely of chopped dates, pistachios, hazelnuts or walnuts bound by the gel; traditional varieties are often...

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