TURKISH RAMADAN BREAD – Ramazan Pidesi Recipe


Chewy, light, and hollow sound. 7g (2-1/4 tsp) active dry yeast 4g (1 tsp) sugar 250ml (1 cup) warm water or milk or a mixture of both. Cover for 10-15 minutes until foamy 312.5g (3 cups9 all-purpose flour. 5g (1 tsp) salt. Add flour mixture into yeast little at a time between stirring 30ml (2 tbsp) vegetable oil Knead the dough for about 10 minutes Knead until elastic. You can see my mat is clean without flour or oil. Form a ball May sprinkle with flour or drizzle with oil Cover until double its size Divide into 2 pieces Sprinkle flour on parchment paper Flatten the dough by hands and spread out May use a rolling pin Use fingertips, make a border around the edge and create quilt pattern or criss-cross. Or use a fork Cover for 20 – 30 minutes 1 egg yolk for egg wash Sprinkle with sesame seeds, black sesame seeds, or nigella seeds. I use only black sesame seeds for this recipe. Bake at 230°C (450°F) preheated oven for 15-18 minutes. Smell so good from the egg yolk and sesame seeds Crisp outside Beautiful golden brown Serve warm with kebabs and other dishes

80 thoughts on “TURKISH RAMADAN BREAD – Ramazan Pidesi Recipe

  1. Hi ninick how r u darling? Waoooo ninick turkish Ramadan bread👍 in this Ramadan I will make it for my family☺take care and love you dear 💝 💝 💝 💝 💝 💝 💝 💝 💝

  2. Looks amazing Ninik. Saw my Dr. just minutes ago and she said " take it easy on the bread you're eating" LOL. I showed her your videos and she laughed.
    Thanks Ninik.
    Your friend in OREGON

  3. Hi Ninik, love the videos that you make!! Question: I bake bread just for my self, so how to store so it lest longer?

  4. Thanks Ninik, nice bread. I wish I had seen this video before, I could make it for the weekend. Well, I'll make it on morning for breakfast. 👌 👍👏

  5. Waw its an edible art. Looks gorgeous n delish, di Saudi sini namax roti tamiz. Enak dicocol pake chickpeas n broad beans dip or lentils.

    Udah sahur blm jeng? Anyway Ramadhan Mubarak to u n all my muslim bro sis across the planet.

  6. Oh myyyy, Ninik your bread looks 😋 insane!!!
    You are so talented! I dont think there's anything you cant bake…👍..everything is always picture perfect!
    Thanks for sharing these baking classes with us….I have learned so much just by watching your videos..I wish I could take a class with you as my instructor..you are THE BEST!!! SO SWEET!
    Have a great evening cutie pie..🙏😍..God bless..

  7. Hi Ninik as usual it looks so tasty😘&quiet easy to make👍Definetly I'll try it soon .GOD BLESS YOU.Big ❤to u!!!

  8. ga bs kayak mbak nik yg sangat telaten ngebentuk roti ini. superb. 😍😍😍😘lovely. tx mbak

  9. I thank u for your support & adore everything your hands do😘😘& love u 2❤❤❤ HAVE A NICE DAY.Lots of kisses from me💋💋💋.By the way I'm from LEBANON

  10. This looks lovely. I have a fan oven how can I make sure the dough is cooked through? And how long did you preheat the oven before hand? Thank you

  11. Love from Seattle Washington . Delicious 😋. Thanks for teaching and sharing. Love you my dear friend.

  12. I keep watching this video! Please tell me: how thick ar you patting/rolling out the dough? Or what is the diameter. I plan on making these this weekend. THANK YOU, as always.

  13. >>>BURP<<< Well, maybe the pretty design wasn't at all perfect, but my goodness! What a great recipe and great bread. This recipe and method is a keeper! Of course, just before completey done I scattered some cheese, onion and salami on a small section of it. Every night could be pizza night/Ramadan Bread night! Thank you for posting–it will be my go to recipe and method. >>>BURP!!!!<<<<

  14. I shared a large portion of the bread with a colleague today and she thought it was "delicious!" Guess what I am making right now? Seriously, folks need to make this bread NOW! Bread making on work days is possible and soooo much more gratifying. Thank YOU, Ninik. (I don't think I am a great baker, but easy and tasty recipes such as these sure build confidence.)

  15. POWERFUL🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈 AMAZING☺ BEAUTIFUL TURKISH RAMADAN BREAD🍞NICE. THANKS YOU SISTER ⚘.NINIK.♥️🖤💚…DAPHNE COTTON 💜…● BROWN FAMILY.

  16. I prefer this bread instead of Ekmek when I was in Turkey because it's more chewy! Finally I found this recipe. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  17. Hi dear Nenek, I hope you can give us oats 👌👌😍😘😋🌺🌼💐🏵🌹🌷💮🌸🌻and thank you

  18. Yes, dear, you are always the best. Give us a lot of wonderful tables👌😍😘😋💐🏵🌷💮🌸🌼🌻🌺🌹💐🏵🌷💮🌸🌻🌼🌺

  19. Yes, dear Nannick, but we also enjoy a very good job. We did not fast, but the wonderful simple work took over💮👍👌🏵🌷🌸🌻😀😉😍😘

  20. ياريت حذف الموسيقى لايجوز سماعها
    وتغيير الصورة ملفتة

  21. Thank you very much I made this bread my family like naw everyday I make this bread my husband family also like thank you so much 🌹

  22. Awesome as always our awesomeness friend we love ya always xoxo thanks for sharing your awesome channel 🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷

  23. رؤؤعه مشتركه جديده من العراق وللاسف اريد مقادير بالعربي

  24. Quando ho visto su internet questo pane ho sempre desiderato prepararlo a casa mia. Ora è l'occasione x farlo! Grazie per la ricetta! Complimenti per le traduzioni, vedo che conosci varie lingue.
    Un saluto 🙋

  25. Hey I tried this today , bt my bread turned out more crunchy than soft , please tell me the reason and the cure for this , to make soft bread .. please reply , thank u
    And I really love your vedios they are amazing

  26. I made the bread.
    It was so delicious that my husband and I just ate it all.
    I highly recommand this bread: easy and tasty.
    In my case, the dough was a bit sticky. But, it was my fault. I know that every flour is different. Mine has less gluten which means that it needs less water. Next time, I will divide the water amount into 5. First, I'll mix the dry east + sugar with 50ml of water. Then, I'll add the water to the dough little by little. I hope it will be helpfull.
    You've made two people happy!
    God bless you!

  27. hi neng ninik
    how r u?where r u? long time no uploads from you…..we r waiting for your new recipes…. selamet tahun baru 🙂

  28. I'm fond of Turkish recipes and I have already made a lot of them.I like their technique of making dough. Your recipe is fine and very tasty,as well.

  29. Всем привет!Недавно открыло канал.На моём канале вы найдёте разнообразных блюдо.Спасибо за видео. Подписалась + Лайк.

  30. Hi dear I can see this made 2 breads if I want to make 6 breads do a triple the quantity of all the ingredients or keep them the same and just increase the flour and water?,thank you

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