Cheese Fatayer is a Middle Eastern pastry that is typically stuffed with a mixture of cheese and herbs. The pastry dough is made from flour, yeast, sugar, salt, and water and is rolled out into small circles. The cheese filling is made from a variety of cheeses, such as feta and mozzarella, along with fresh herbs like parsley and mint.
The filling is placed in the center of the dough circle and the edges are folded over to create a triangular shape. The pastry is then baked until golden brown and served warm as a snack or appetizer. Some variations of Cheese Fatayer may also include ingredients like spinach or meat in the filling.