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Popara (Cyrillic: Попара) (Greek: παπάρα, papara;), Turkish: papara is a dish made with bread. It is mostly made in Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Turkey and Montenegro. A warm spoonful of pork lard or kaymak is poured over the popara.
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- One- or two-day-old or fresh bread (with a thick crust)
- Milk, water or tea
- A teaspoon of sugar
- kaymak, feta or white cheese or local cheese
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