Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Kobzat al feta wal basal (Feta stuffed bread)

Recipe by:zainab




Dough:
6 cups unbleached flour.
2-2 1\4 cups warm water.
2Tablespoons oil.
1 Tablespoon sugar.
2 teaspoons yeast.
2 teaspoons baking powder.
2 teaspoons salt.
oil ,for shallow-frying.

Feta & cheddar Cheese Filling:



250 g cheddar cheese.
250 g Feta cheese.
2-3 scallions, sliced.
fresh Coriander, chopped.
Combine all ingredients in bowl,mix well.



1)Place all ingredients in the bowl of mixer, Knead until the dough is soft for 5 minutes. Put the dough in a bowl that has been sprayed with vegetable spray.

2)Cover dough and let rise in warm place until doubled in size, for 1-2 hours.

3)Divide dough into 16 pieces & roll each of them into a ball, roll the ball out into a round.

4)Fill each with 1-2Tablespoons of the filling, pinch and seal the edges.

5)Preheat frying pan or griddle iron over high heat. Then adjust the heat to medium heat & add 1 Tablespoon of oil.

6)On a lightly oiled board , flatten stuffed bread gently using your hand.



7)place the stuffed bread on the frying pan & cook until golden brown on both sides (1 to 2 minutes per side).



Serve with salad or soup.





I am sending this to bbd #16 - Bread with Cheese event started by Zorra and hosted by High on the Hog

And to Susan for YeastSpotting.

MS & Miti wishing you both all the best in your exams (enjoy while you studying sengihnampakgigisiul)

37 comments:

Christelle said...

Hummm, this bread sounds gorgelicious!! I'll have to try it at home! :))
Thanks for sharing !

Susan said...

Oh, I 'm so happy that 1) you're back, 2) you're back with bread, and 3) you're back with gorgeous delicious bread for YeastSpotting!

meeso said...

Hey, ladies... this recipe really sounds awesome, you have one of my favorite cheeses stuffed into one of my favorite foods, BREAD! Awesome recipe!

Nikki said...

Yay! You're back! I just love this blog. :)

I tried some of your recipes in your absence and am looking forward to more (when you two are able to, of course)!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Oh, that looks mighty scrumptious! Definitely a speciality for me!

Cheers,

Rosa

Jerzy said...

That looks like an excellent Super Bowl appetizer for tomorrow !! Shukrun :)

kahliyalogue said...

Welcome back! This looks amazing! Im vegan so I might just try to do it with tofu/soy cheese..Shukran! Mia

Mona said...

Wow, cheese stuffed bread, looks good! I hope I'll be able to roll the stuffed bread well without tearing it inshallah :-)

Joyce said...

Looks so delicious...can't wait to make them.

Joyce

Mohammad Fadin said...

Zainab my lovely big sister.

First: I bit the cheeses you use smells FANTASTIC :P and the bread looks so so delicious, hope you make it for me when i come again.

Second: Wish you to start your second semester with full of energy and exciting things to be happen.

At last what do you mean with " Enjoy while you studying -.-! "


MS

*Miti* said...

Hi sis, Thanks for your wishing sweety ^^
(enjoy while you studying)<< what is this
-.-!!,, ok I promise you I'll enjoy every moment & second -.-!! , & I'll not forget to enjoy my vacation while your semester start (H) good luck to you to (H).
T.c (^.^)
Miti

Arabic Bites said...

Christelle,
you have to try them,they are so easy to make.

Susan,
Thank you so much,YeastSpotting is brilliant idea Thank you for started it.

meeso,
Hi girl :) ,thank you for stopping by my dear.

Nikki,
Thank you,Glad to hear that.

Rosa,
Thanks.

Jerzy,
you're welcome,enjoy the recipe.

kahliyalogue,
Thank you,if you try it I think you would really love it :)

Mona,
This recipe is similar to Indian paratha,the only difference this recipe contain yeast.
try it & I hope you like it.

Joyce,
Glad to see you here,I always happy to read your comments here or by email.

Mohammad Fadin,
Good to see you here bro :) ,& thank you for the lovely comment.
Certainly I'll make this for you when you come next time inshallah ;) if they last long around here just ask miti ;)
Thank you for the wishing too.
Sorry about that -.-!! at least you enjoy all that at "Home" ;).
Can't wait to see your first robot ;)

*Miti*,
Hi sis,I have to say that really good one ;)
I did not expect you to leave a comment
here -.-!! Have to be careful next time ^.^,I miss you already,love you.

zainab

Rajani said...

hi welcome back - with such a sensational recipe :) hope the exams went well.

Cynthia said...

Having one of these would be so very satisfying right now. That stuffing - I am trying to think of other things I can stuff :)

yasmeen-healthnut said...

mmm...mmm..making me hungry,glad to see you back with a hearty bread:)

Pontch said...

Welcome back, I've been waited for new post from you :)

limeandlemon said...

Looks really delicious .. love the photos .. Laila .. http://limeandlemon.wordpress.com

The Duo Dishes said...

How amazingly delicious. This would go well with anything. Even just a sprinkling of tomatoes...!

My comfort food network said...

This bread looks fantastic. I love stuffed breads. Looks yummy!

scraps said...

This reminds me of an English muffin with cheese. The recipe that is. Looks great, can't wait to try!

MC said...

These flatbreads look very tempting. I can't wait to try the recipe.

Yasmeen said...

Salaam Sis,In your spare time can you please trail back to my blog for a
token of gratitude?

Mama Kalila said...

Those look so good... hungry now! I'm so glad I found your blog.. will def be back! :-D

Jeena said...

Great to see you back to blogging.

These look brilliant I could always eat all of your tasty recipes.

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ibarakat4 said...

i am really amased with all of this ,i woul like to be prt of it

Nate-n-Annie said...

That is a great recipe. Kind of like a grilled cheese sandwich. Would it be all right to add some meat to that cheese?

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Jeena said...

Hey I love your new look it is brilliant! :-)

foodforliving said...

Feta + bread = LOVE! This recipe is awesome.

Bharti said...

Those look heavenly.

kellypea said...

What a great recipe! Love feta with anything, but stuffed in bread? Sounds amazing.

daifuku said...

For the love of God! It should be a crime to post pictures of delicious food on the internet. Please, stop torturing me :(. You know, you gals should open up your own bakeries all over KSA. I would totally buy boxes and boxes of your yummy food( x( back of people, no one said anything aboutsharing). Thank you for making me hungry :p

Ann said...

Wow you pics are awesome!!! love your recipes too.

Dazy said...

I'm making this tonight. I think I'll try to shoot it, but I don't think it will be as pretty as your picture!

froginbritain said...

So Happy I found your blog - came in from 'thefreshloaf'. Absolutely have to try this recipe but one question: flour, is it bread flour or all-purpose??? Thanks for letting me know.

Arabic Bites said...

froginbritain,
all-purpose flour.

zainab :D

michele said...

I know this is an old recipe for you, but the breads look so lovely I hope you will still answer a question: what do these taste like? That may sound silly to you, but it is difficult to know if I am making a bread correctly without knowing the authentic texture. Is it like a flatbread or more like a pancake? Thanks for your help.

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