A taste of Belgrade: try Marina Bogdanovic’s pogacice recipe

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Pogacice is a Serbian puffy pastry with feta cheese. This is one of the typical recipes that Serbian girls learn from their grandmothers. It is usually served with an aperitif but can also be nibbled throughout the day. Marina has adapted the original recipe to match the spirit of her cuisine. Bon appétit!   To make… View Article

Pogacice is a Serbian puffy pastry with feta cheese.

This is one of the typical recipes that Serbian girls learn from their grandmothers. It is usually served with an aperitif but can also be nibbled throughout the day.

Marina has adapted the original recipe to match the spirit of her cuisine.

Bon appétit!

 


To make them, you’ll need:

250 gr Flour

250 gr Butter

250 gr Feta cheese

1 Egg

Salt, pepper

Olives, walnuts, anchovies, sesame, pistacchios

 

Now, the recipe:

Squeeze the cheese with a fork, knead it with the flour and diced butter, add salt and pepper.

The dough should remain sticky.

Put it in the foil and leave it in the fridge for 3-4 hours or all night (even better).

Strech the dough and cut it in small pieces, thick as a finger. Shape them into round molds (about 2,5 cm).

Coat with egg and decorate with walnuts, olives, anchovies, sesame or pistachios.

Bake in the oven at 170° for about 10 minutes.


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