July 3, 2014
Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem
Arabic Style Turkish Pide Breakfast ( Fatayer )
Moroccans love their eggs and breads so this is a really tasty additional way to present the combination for a delicious breakfast or even Suhoor during Ramadan. I think Uzbek's will find it delicious too as they share Turkish influences in food as well as culture. Fataa'ir are basically the Arabic version of the Turkish Style Pides. Here I have used a normal pizza style dough but the real pastry ingredients for Fataa'ir are as follows
On: July 3, 2014 By: Aziza In: Arabic Food, Breakfasts, Savouries, Vegetarian Tags: Tagged with: 1 tbps Instant dry Yeast, 1 tbsp Olive oil, 1 tbsp tomatoe ketchup, 1 ts Salt to taste, 1 tsp dried or fresh basil, 1 tsp dried or fresh origano, 2 cups warm Milk (474ml), 2 grated garlic cloves, 2 tbsp tomatoe ketchup, 3 Fresh Tomatoes, 3 tbsp tomatoe puree, 3 tsp tomatoe puree, 3/4 cup (178ml) Vegetable Oil, 50g Granulated Sugar, 700g All Purpose Flour, Arabic, breakfast, eggs, fataa'ir, Grated Mozorella or cheddar cheese, pide, Ramadan, Salt to taste, Suhoor, turkish, Za'taar mix
I am not a qualified chef, health or nutrition adviser, I just have a passion for cooking and learning new things. I aspire to be the best Mother and Wife that I can be and love sharing the things I pick up along the way.
I am ethnically Moroccan but I was born and bread in UK and currently residing with my family in the UAE.
I feel blessed to have been brought up with a variety of multicultural foods. Morocco is known for its Mediterranean produce and shares a wonderful cocktail of French and Spanish recipes, but I was fortunate enough to not be restricted to this as both my parents worked in English catering when they first moved to the UK in the 60's, so I love a traditional cottage pie and Sunday roast just as much as a Tagine ;)
I later married into a beautiful Uzbek family that also share my passion for food and cooking. All the recipes I share in this blog are regular dishes we enjoy together, infused with the beautiful flavours of all worlds.
The traditional Moroccan recipes that I hope to preserve and document in this Blog for my daughters, sisters, family and friends were taught to me by my blessed Mother and late Father (raheem Allah) who was also a foodie ;) And they were taught by their parents and so on.
Marrying into an Uzbek family hasn't decreased the Moroccan in me but instead only enhanced and complemented my culture & ethnic food. Please feel free to visit, comment and share my content as well as advice me and please correct any of my short comings. I value constructive criticism that can benefit me & my learning in some way, providing it is given in a respectful & courteous manner ;)
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