Skip to content

Fatyer-Cheese Bread

1441826406939

One of my most favorite foods in the middle east is cheese bread! What is cheese bread? It is Arabic bread with an amazing cheese baked on top of the dough! Most shops have their own mix of cheeses and it is just amazing! When we moved back to the states 6 years ago I didn’t cook much authentic middle eastern food. I held three jobs and had to support our family. After a couple of years I started cooking again and realized we didn’t know how to make cheese bread, it was something you grabbed at the corner bakery. We tried to make this bread several times and we finally liked the mix.

Ingredients for topping

2 cups ricotta cheese

1 cup crumbled feta cheese

1 cup mozzarella cheese

2 Tbs. Fresh chopped parsley

1/2 tsp salt or to taste

Bread

One batch of Arabic bread–see recipe

Directions

Make the Arabic bread dough recipe, let it raise.

When it raises roll it into balls as per the instructions.

IMG_0189

Cover it and let it rest for 20 minutes.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees

Mix all topping ingredients and put in refrigerator.

Roll each ball into a circle as if you are going to make Arabic bread.

_DSC0280

Spoon some cheese mixture on the bread circle and gently spread around. Work carefully, you do not want to make holes in the dough or press down too hard and make it sticky.

_DSC0259

Put in oven. I put this on the bottom rack and bake for approximately 7 minutes to crisp up the bottom of the bread, then I move to a higher oven rack. Let it cook another 15 minutes or until done. If you make bread then this whole process should be fairly simple.

_DSC0267

Remove bread from oven, cut into pieces and serve.

Bernadine’s Bakery

Delicious recipes from me to you

M.B. HENRY

Following the Path to the Past

KaylaAnn

Write, Drink Tea, Live Life, Repeat

Popsicle Society

It's all about you

themomfred

Little bits of this and that.

Fly 'n Things

A random flight through some of my extraordinary flying adventures

CoffeeMamma

Just a Mom that loves her family, coffee & blog.

Stephen Page

Author: The Timbre of Sand, Still Dandelions, A Ranch Bordering the Salty River. Alum: Palomar College, Columbia University, Bennington College. Follow on twitter @SmpageSteve on Instagram @smpagemoria on Facebook @steven.page.1481

EsmeSalon

Share, Care & Inspire

Horses Dirt and Motherhood

This Life of Mine with 9

My Online Empire

One = All = One

Artists Community

Welcome to Artista Community ! It’s an idea to gather artists from different cultures to brainstorm ideas , inspire each other , discuss and share their experience in art and most importantly to learn more about art and expand inspiration sources through the diversity of cultures .

The Jerusalem Complex

A New Two State solution

Anthony A.J. Kirin

For the love of stories.

The Solivagant Writer

The world is my playground. The pen, my friend

My Blog

Just another WordPress.com site

Rtillyflash

Little stories

No Plate Like Home

Helping Moms Succeed at Home!

%d bloggers like this: