Serbian pita bread or lepinja is made in the same way the bread is made, but with less flour and more yeast so that the dough would be lighter and fluffier. When the dough is flattened thin, it is cooked on top of a solid plate hob or in a pan. A pita bread can be filled with various delicacies: a hamburger, kebabs, curded cream. Particularly popular is the Bosnian somun bread, a rectangular, fluffy but more chewy pita bread. A somun cut in half is placed over the kebabs while they are being grilled, and then served in it. The Serbian pita bread is a real thing for any sort of Serbian fast food specialities.