Black Sea Chushka Byurek is one of the most typical and delicious dishes of Black Sea Cuisine and it can be described as a Red Bell Pepper stuffed with White Brine Cheese. Most often, Black Sea Chushka Byurek is served as a snack or as a separate dish.

Black Sea Chushka Byurek ingredients are red bell pepper, white brine cheese, eggs, butter, parsley, wheat flour, breadcrumbs, refined sunflower or olive oil and salt.

The original recipe of Black Sea Chushka Byurek comes from the South-West Coast of Our Lovely Sea, where white brine cheese is called – Brynza, but it has many similar versions at the South Coast.

Preparation stage of Black Sea Chushka Byurek is quite simple as the dish is prepared directly from fresh vegetables, white brine cheese and eggs.

Cooking this dish is not complicated. Red bell peppers are cleaned from the tails and inside seeds and roasted on a hot grill or in the oven and peeled off.

White brine cheese grind and mix well with beaten eggs, butter and finely chopped parsley. Roasted and peeled off red bel peppers are staffed with the mixture.

Roll stuffed peppers consistently in wheat flour, them in beaten eggs, then in breadcrumbs and then again in eggs. Fry in a pan with refined sunflower or olive oil until light golden color.

Usually ready dish is chilled down a bit in a fridge and then served sprinkled with finely chopped parsley.

Black Sea Chushka Byurek sometimes cooked in advance. Traditionally it is served at ambient temperature or slightly cold and it goes well with a glass of wine or ayran, or Black Sea Tea.

You can enjoy Black Sea Chushka Byurek with friends and family in #BlackSeaCuisine restaurants or at home as it is not very difficult to prepare.

Black Sea Cuisine is simple, tasty and inexpensive.