# Break one of the eggs into the mixing bowl. Add warm water, instant yeast, white of the remaining egg and vegetable oil on it. Mix it by your fingertips.
# Add salt on it. Add flour
into the mixture little by little, until it stops sticking to your hands during the kneading. Cover the dough and rest it for half an hour at least.
# Meanwhile, mash the cheese
. Melt the mixture of margarine and butter.
# Divide the rested dough into 5 equal pieces. Roll out each of the pieces over flour
ed bench by a rolling pin, as thin as you can.
# Pour some melted mixture butter and margarine all over the first yufka and sprinkle some mashed cheese
# Place the second yufka over the first one. Pour butter and sprinkle cheese
also. By this way, superpose 5 yufkas.
# Cut out the circle shaped edges of the yufkas, while they are staying over and over, to shape them as square.
# Then, place these cut out pieces over the square.
# Roll it, but not too firmly.
# Pull both of the edges of the roll gently to lengthen it. Finally, it should have about 40 inches length.
# Then cut it into 2 pieces. Hold both of the ends of the first roll and twist to opposite sides. Meanwhile, the roll lengthens a little bit more.
# Repeat the same processes for the second roll also. Then, slice the twisted rolls. Each of the slices should have 2 inches thickness. Place these slices into the greased baking tray.
# Spread the mixture of yolk-milk
all over them by a brush.
# Bake them into the oven, which is preheated to 356 F, until they turn into red.