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2 1/2 cups flour
2 tsp yeast
1 tsp baking powder
3 Tbsp milk powder
2 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 cup oil
1 egg + 1/2 tsp vanilla
1 cup warm water
Cream cheese
5 tsp honey
 
 
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Add all dry ingredients together

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Mix them well by mixer or by your hand

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Add an oil and mix well

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Add the warm water and mix well for 5 min

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Put the dough in floury bowl

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Cover the bowl by a plastic foil

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Put the bowl in a warm place

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Cut each cheese square to 4 pieces

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After the dough double in size

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Divid the dough to small circular pieces and put a square cheese on each circle

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Close each circle to become a small ball

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Put the balls in a pan

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Put the balls next to each other without a space

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Cover the balls by a plastic paper

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Let the balls comes double in size without any space

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Brush the balls with a Scrambled Eggs

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Put the pan in a medium heat oven

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Pour the honey on it immediately after take it out of the oven

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Serve beehive warm

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fel-zohairy1 month ago
For how long do u leave it in the oven? What temperature?
Orngrimm4 months ago

Cant download the PDF: it seems to be corrupt?

looks amazing

kimbutterfly7 months ago
fantastic recipe
amygrren8 months ago
I'm hungry, thanks for recipe :)
lolson18 months ago
Great job and looks wonderful...guess I better get into my kitchen and make. Sounds scrumptious!
Sara OmAbdulRahman (author) 9 months ago
Thank you so much Penolopy .
Sara OmAbdulRahman (author) 9 months ago
@ rvt 1985 Yes it is wonderful . try to make beehive to know how delicious it is.
rvt19859 months ago
I bet the cream cheese makes this taste wonderful. Nice job with your pictures!