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Wash the green onions and dill and chop them finely, then mix them well with the cheeses.
Sift 500 g into a bowl, make a hole in the middle and put the yeast and sugar there.
Heat the water and pour a little over the yeast, mixing it with the sugar and a little flour.
Let it activate for 6-8 minutes, then pour the melted butter, add the hot water, in which we dissolve the salt and mix everything, gathering the flour from the edges.
Add the cheese composition with green onions and dill and knead a lightly soft dough, leave it to rise for 20-30 minutes.
Fill with flour, so that the dough does not stick to your hands.
Now, the amount of flour will vary depending on the cheese used, it is important not to get a very firm dough.
We better let it soften, because we will flour the table when we spread it.
Divide the dough into 8 approximately equal parts, or depending on how big we want them.
We knead the work table and spread the 8 parts of the dough in a row in approximately circular shapes.
Heat the non-stick pan over medium heat and place the first cake in it.
Let it brown for about 1 minute on the first part, then turn it and brown it on the second part, in less than 1 minute.
We can prick the dough from place to place with a fork, for even baking.
We do the same with each cake.
If you have a sandwich maker, I recommend that you bake some of the cakes in it as well.
They come out very good and bake more nicely.