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Sembusek (Borek Recipes)

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Sembusek



Instructions:
# At first we’ll prepare the dough. Pour warm water into a mixing bowl, add salt and mix it. Add flour little by little into this salty water and knead this mixture constantly. Make the dough nearly hard.
# Cover the dough and rest it for half an hour.
# Meanwhile, prepare the stuffing mixture. Cut the parsley and onion into too small pieces. Grate the tomatoes. Transfer these ingredients into a mixing bowl. Add minced lamb meat, sunflower oil, salt, black pepper and mix it.
# Divide the rested dough into 12 equal pieces. Roll out each of the dough pieces over floured bench by a rolling pin until make them a bit smaller than dessert plate size.
# Put meat mixture onto one half of the rolled out dough and cover it by the other one. Cut the edges by a plate.
# Each piece is called as sembusek. Place the sembuseks into the greased baking tray. Mix 1 tbsp flour with 3 tbsp water and spread this mixture all over the sembuseks to make them seem brilliant.
# Place the tray into the oven which is preheated to 392 F. Cook them, until they turn into pink.
# Serve them warm.


Note: Sembusek is a delicious borek that is belong to Mardin and its taste is similar to lahmacun.


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2 cups warm water
1 tsp salt
Flour, as much as the mixture gets in
For Stuffing:
8.8 ounces minced lamb meat
2 onions
2 tomatoes
15-20 stems of parsley
4 tbsp sunflower oil
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp salt