Ground Beef & Egg Pide
"Experience the savory satisfaction of our Ground Beef & Egg Pide, a mouthwatering Turkish flatbread filled with flavorful ground beef, topped with a perfectly cooked egg, and baked to golden perfection.

We are serving ground beef recipes here, the possibilities are endless. While there are many different topping options, ground meat with onion, tomato, parsley, and other spices, as well as eggs, cheese, peppers, sausage, mushrooms, and spinach, are among the most popular.

What Is Ground Beef Pide?

Pide comes in a variety of shapes in Turkey. Even though it is frequently oval-shaped, some places can also generate it in round form. The popular pide is also open-faced and only has edges that are completely sealed. The top is exposed for the most part as well. The tip, or the golden rule, as pita experts refer to it, is minced meat. There are a lot of ground beef recipes utilized. To make the minced meat taste like what we order in pita restaurants, even a small bit of lamb mince combination should be used. Minced meat shouldn’t be too lean. For instance, 500 grams of beef mince will taste better when 150 grams of minced lamb are added.

What Is Egg Pide?

Pitas that are still warm from the oven and have an egg that resembles an apricot in the center. Cheddar cheese that has been melted and has crispy edges is what you find at the bottom. A distinct variety of pita from the Black Sea. Of course, Ramadan pide has a unique place, but egg pita is as lovely and alluring.

Where To Eat Best Ground Beef & Egg Pide In Toronto?

Mama Fatma is the place where you can choose the one that suits your taste best among dozens of types of pita and will offer you a wide variety. You can choose any type of pita, whether with egg or minced meat. Just take a look at the à la carte menu. You can adapt it to any meal you want and eat it at any time you want. If you call us before your arrival, we will create your reserved table for you.

Ingredients

Making the dough:

  • a single spoonful of dried yeast
  • one glass of warm water and one tablespoon of granulated sugar
  • one teaspoon salt and one tablespoon oil
  • 3 glasses of water Fame

For the stuffing with ground meat:

  • one teaspoon of salt,
  • 300 grams  beef mince
  • Tomatoes in two pieces
  • a single onion
  • 3 outside garlic
  • 4 green pepper pieces
  • Oil, 2 tablespoons
  • 0.5 cups of water

How To Make Ground Beef & Egg Pide?

Pour warm water into a large bowl, stir in the dried yeast, sugar, and salt to make the dough, and set aside for the dough to rise for 10 minutes. After that, mix in the oil and add it over top. Then begin kneading while adding 2 cups of flour and salt. Controlled addition of the final cup of flour is required, and you must knead the dough until it does not stick to your hands. You must need for around five minutes. After shaping, cover it and let it rise for 45 minutes in a warm area. Prepare the filling while the dough is fermenting. To use in an internal mortar, finely chop the peppers, tomatoes, onion, and minced beef.

Take the dough, give it a quick knead on the counter, roll it into a cylinder, and then divide it into six equal pieces. Knead every single one with your hands, flatten it out with a rolling pin so that it resembles a pita and is the right size for your tray; the thinner you can make it, the better. Spread the mix over the dough and place it on a baking sheet that has been oiled and buttered. To stop the edges from opening while cooking, fold and firmly press the edges together. Apply the edges using a brush after beating the egg yolk and oil together. For about 12 minutes, or until the edges are browned, bake in a 200° oven. If you’d like a softer pita, spray the edges using butter as soon as you remove it from the oven and cover them with a fresh cloth. Do not cover it if you prefer it crispy. After the initial heat has subsided, serve.

Using a rolling pin, stretch out the dough long and cut it into pita-shaped pieces. You can brush egg yolk and olive oil mixture on the sides of the pitas before baking them. You can add just a little bit of water if you feel the minced beef stuffing needs it. If desired, top them with shredded cheddar cheese and bake for an additional five minutes.

How To Serve Ground Beef & Egg Pide?

What to make with ground beef? It can be served with ayran, parsley, and lemon slices. We recommend mushroom soup as a soup that goes well with ground beef dinner ideas whether it is kashar, minced meat, or mixed. We can answer your question of what to make with ground beef as follows. You can make it with chicken and mushrooms, or just plain mushrooms, if you want. You can also add chopped greens. In just 10 minutes, you can produce a useful paste recipe that will go wonderfully with your homemade ground beef dinner ideas. Fried potato salad is a very affordable and useful meal that can be served warm or cold.

How To Store Ground Beef & Egg Pide?

The maximum amount of time the minced beef should be left at room temperature is two hours. Minced meat can be stored in the fridge as soon as it is purchased if you intend to use it soon, but you should bear in mind that it can only be kept there for a maximum of two days. Additionally, you have the option to keep prepared pastries like pita, bazlama, and pancakes in the refrigerator. Put your pastries that don’t contain meat in a freezer bag. When you’re ready to eat it, remove it from the oven or skillet, let it cool at room temperature for a few minutes, then warm it. Then, eat it.

Discover Our Other Pide Recipes

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