A Turkish pide is a Turkish bread that's traditionally made with ground lamb. Filled with lots of herbs, definitely worth a try!
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HEAT the water along with the milk until it's lukewarm, it shouldn't be too hot. ADD the yeast and WHISK well. Wait for about 10 minutes, until the yeast will look foamy. You can knead the dough using your standmixer or knead by hand.
COMBINE flour with salt and ADD about 4 tablespoons olive oil. ADD the yeast mixture and knead until it's elastic and smooth, this will take at least 5 minutes. PLACE the dough ball in the bowl and cover with a damp warm kitchen towel.
Let it rise for 45 minutes to an hour, or until doubled in size. Meanwhile make the filling. COMBINE minced lamb with ground coriander, cumin and chili. PEEL and finely chop the onions and garlic cloves.
Finely CHOP the mint and parsley and ADD it all together along with the tomato paste. SEASON with pepper and salt and let the flavours enhance.
PRE-HEAT the oven to 220 degrees celsius or 430 degrees Fahrenheit.
DIVIDE the dough into 4 equal pieces and roll each piece into an oblong piece, about 4 mm thick. (0.15 inch) DIVIDE the lamb mixture onto the dough and leave the edges free.
FOLD the sides inwards to close the pide and use some olive oil to stick the dough together. COAT the lamb and dough with olive oil.
BAKE the breads in the oven for about 20 minutes, or until beautiful golden brown. Enjoy!