Thursday, July 5, 2018

pogaca -

Pogača (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovenian and Serbian) or pogacha (Hungarian: pogácsa, Greek: μπουγάτσα, Macedonian and Bulgarian: погача, Turkish: poğaça, Albanian: pogaçe) is bread baked in a fireplace and then on oven (similar to focaccia).

This bread is part of the culinary tradition in the Basin of Karpatia, the Balkans, and Turkey. This bread can be made to expand or not expand, but only an experienced toaster that can make pogača that does not expand. This bread is usually made of wheat flour and can be filled with potatoes, ground beef, or cheese.