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Amulet Pastry

Release Date: 27-04-2009
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Today, I was going to edit the holiday photos and share them with you and write them in detail, but I am not in a good mood. So, to cheer myself up, I decided to clean first, but I don't even have energy for it :( Anyway, I listened to cheerful songs and said it would pass, for some reason even they made me sad. Group Vitamin I listened to this band alone in my childhood.

I would ask my mother to take her albums with gratitude, I would happily run to the cassette producers every time they heard new album news (there was no music market then). Of course, it is impossible for me to forget my favorite Gökhan Semiz and not to mention his name. I guess it's a bad game in this world for every great person to be short.

phyllo pastry

In short, my attempts haven't changed much, I don't want to paint, listen to music or cook today. I just wanted to write and share my amulet pastry recipe that I made before with you.


Ingredients for Muska Pastry Recipe

  • 2 pieces of dough
  • 100 gr. feta cheese
  • 1 pieces of eggs
  • 1 teaspoon of margarine
  • 5-6 sprigs of parsley
  • Oil for frying
Making amulet pastry
Making amulet pastry

How to Make Muska Pastry Recipe?

  1. Put together the cheese, finely chopped parsley, egg and margarine in a wide and deep bowl. Mix all the ingredients by mashing.
  2. Fold the dough in 2 and divide it into 4 finger-wide slices. In this way, you will get smooth longitudinal strips as in the photo.
  3. Lay the cut strip on the counter, put half a teaspoon of cheese filling on the end.
  4. Fold the dough you put inside first to form a small square towards itself and then to the right and left to form neat triangles. Cover the end of the dough with water and fry it in hot oil.
  5. Serve after removing the oil on a napkin-lined plate.
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  • on May 29, 2009 at 10:31

    I made this recipe. it was very nice. My wife ate these while watching the valley of the easy and nice recipe as a new learner..thanks

  • On April 28, 2009 at 00:12 PM

    Hi Nilay lady, I am very glad that you brought Gökhan Semiz to the agenda. Even though my age was not very suitable for admiring her, I had a chance. We were living in the same neighborhood. Because her hair was long, I still told her that when she was little :), it is a sad event for a person like her to experience these things. By the way, the amulet pastry looks great, good luck with your hands..

  • On April 27, 2009 at 23:18 PM

    Hello my sailor, I've been thinking about it for a long time, I'm glad the request came :) I'll make a nice pancake for you tomorrow. Love..

  • On April 27, 2009 at 15:49 PM

    Hello Miss Nilay,
    I searched on your site, but I couldn't find it. I wonder if you could make pancakes. I find it on the internet, but your recipes always seem very close to me, so I asked you. thank youmm.


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