Churek or unleavened cake is sweet bread that is prepared for many religious and family rituals. The custom of breaking the churek for “armas” is most ceremonious ancient Macedonian tradition, which today is inevitable ritual during the engagement between Macedonians. The churek is mixed and decorated in different ways, depending on the imagination and the creativity of the one who does the ritual for which it is intended. If it is grease churek is being kneaded with eggs and milk, and if it is fasting - it is being kneaded lean.
To prepare churek, you need: flour, milk, oil, eggs, yeast, vanilla, sugar, orange, raisins, margarine and salt.