Now i couldn't decide how to call this babe i made for my mother's tea party with her friends.
We call it Chörek in Turkish, but don't know if it helps
200 ml water
200 ml edible oil
Some flour (Well, the dough needs to be softer than your earlobe,lol)
1 packet of baking powder (Edit: it's 11 grams = a full tsp)
Sesame, black sesame
150 gr white cheese
A pinch of parsley
A pinch of salt
A pinch of black pepper
Firstly, take the egg's yolk apart from its white. (You will spread the yolk onto the Chörek before you bake it)
Put the flour into a large bowl and add the baking powder, salt, oil and egg's white. Knead it into a dough (As i said above, it shouldn't be as hard as a cookie dough. Because it's supposed to be like some kind of bread).
Give the dough 15 mins of rest to start preparing the stuffing. All you need to do is to crush the cheese and add the parsley and black pepper.
Roll out the dough and give it a rectangular shape. Lay the cheese on the dough(but do not spread it, it needs to look like a stripe).
Now it's time to decorate it
It's quite easy to make the braiding style, just make 1 cm notchs to the both sides of the dough, and start laying them diagonally one on the other, and cover the cheese.
Scramble the egg and spread it on the Chorek, and sprinkle some white & black sesame seeds. Now all you need to do is to put it into a tray and bake it.