Hychin is a traditional dish of the Balkar people, from the Caucasus mountains in Russia (Elbrus region). These flatbreads with a cheese and potato filling are traditionally cooked in a cast-iron skillet and served with garlic and dill sauce on the side.
Traditionally the fresh brined cheese is homemade. You can substitute with other brined cheeses (halloumi, cotija). For best results pass the cheese through a meat grinder, but finely shredded works well too.
These go great with a simple sauce: combine plain yogurt, crushed garlic, salt, and chopped fresh dill.