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Popara (Cyrillic: Попара) (Greek: παπάρα, papara; Turkish: papara), is a meal made with left over or fresh bread. It is mostly made in Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Turkey and Montenegro.

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Recipe

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Milk or water is boiled, and bread is cut into cubes before being mixed with the boiling milk or water. It is then cooked for a few minutes until the bread is moist. A warm spoonful of pork lard or kaymak is poured over the popara.

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Another popular variant substitutes feta or white cheese; this can be spread over the top and allowed to melt.

Making popara Bulgarian style does not require boiling the bread. To make popara Bulgarian style,

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  1. The bread is mixed with the white cheese (sirene) (sugar can be added for sweetness) in a large bowl.
  2. The hot water or milk is poured over (only enough to give texture to the bread, not to create a soup).
  3. A lid is used to cover it and it is left to steam for about five minutes.
  4. Finally, a knob of butter is added.

General ingredients of popara

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  • One- or two-day-old or fresh bread (with a thick crust)
  • Milk, water or tea
  • Butter
  • A teaspoon of sugar
  • kaymak or local cheese

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    References

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