Kifle with Cheese

Kifle with cheese – recipe with photo, Bulgarian cuisine
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Cooking time: 3 h

Difficulty: Simple recipe

Recipe yield: 8-10 servings

Bulgarian food

Kifle with cheese – a Bulgarian cuisine recipe, you can use anything as a filling: jam, berries, fruits, any vegetables, bacon, sausages, etc. Milk can be replaced with whey or kefir diluted with water.

Kifle with cheese ingredients

Kifle with cheese recipe

Kifle dough
1

To cook kifle with cheese dilute the yeast in warm milk, add sugar, salt and half the flour. Mix everything, cover with a towel and put in a warm place for 1 hour. After the dough comes up, add melted butter (not hot), stir, and, without ceasing to stir, add the rest of the flour.

Comes up dough
2

Knead a smooth dough, cover with a towel and put back in the warmth for 1.5 hours, the dough should double.

Cutting dough into portions
3

The best choice for kifle cheese is one that melts well. Since this amount of dough will yield approximately 8-10 kifle, accordingly, the cheese must be cut into 8-10 identical cubes. Knead the comes up dough and divide into 8-10 pieces.

Making kifle
4

Roll each part into an elongated cake about 0.3-0.5 cm. On one side of the cake, make cuts, stepping back from the edge by 1 cm. On the other side, put a prepared block of cheese and roll it in a roll towards the cuts.

Kifle before baking
5

Put prepared kifle on a greased baking sheet at a decent distance from each other and put in the warmth for 20 minutes. When the buns rise, brush them with a beaten egg and, if desired, sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake the kifle at 180°C (355°F) for 25-30 minutes.

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