Pogácsa are a type of savory scone that is common in Hungary. There are many different kinds. Typically 6-10 cm in diameter though range in size from the smaller, crispier scones through to the larger fluffier versions. Mine contains quark with some grated emmentaler on top.
250 g flour
250 g butter
250 g quark
1 teaspoon salt
grated emmentaler cheese
Preheat oven to 200°C.
Knead a dough out of flour, butter, quark and salt.
Roll out and fold it 3 times. Roll out again.
With a cutter cut small circles and smear egg on top and sprinkle with some grated cheese.
Bake for 15 minutes.