Sayfa Görseli





  • 1 glass of grated Muratbey Fresh Kashkaval Cheese
  • 1 tea glass of Muratbey Cheesoft
  • 1 tea glass of milk
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 8-10 sprigs of parsley
  • 1 packet of baking powder
  • 2,5 water glasses of flour

20 MIN


20 MIN




Pisi, which is usually made on the eve day (the day before Ramadan Feast) and distributed to neighbors in Anatolia, is a kind of pastry made in the form of frying yeast dough in hot oil. Would you like to try a stick-shaped version of Pişi, which is usually made in a round shape, with delicious Muratbey cheeses;

Put the milk, egg and salt in a mixing bowl and mix. Then add grated Muratbey Fresh Kashkaval Cheese, Muratbey Cheesoft, chopped parsley, baking powder and flour on them and then mix all. After mixing a little, let's start kneading the dough, let's get a soft dough that does not stick to the hand. Let's lay greaseproof paper on the counter. Then, let's take the dough in the middle of our baking paper, and with the help of a roller, let's roll out the dough to half a centimeter thickness. Then, let's slice our dough into thin long strips with the help of a pizza roulette. Let's set aside our left and right pieces of dough and cut our remaining strips into 3 pieces so that they should be equal to each other.. Let's take our sticks and fry them in a controlled way in the oil that we heat up in our pan. Let's take our baked Pişi bars which are well  browned on both sides, to our plate, on which we laid paper towels, and serve them hot. Bon appetit!

*** This delicious recipe was prepared for us by dear Sibel Koca . Thanks to her.