Whenever I frequent markets or food halls with Turkish gozleme - it's almost irresistible. You can smell it as you pass and it's cooked right then and there. Love it. Every time I buy it I swear to myself I'm going to make it - finally yesterday I made it for lunch. Super happy with the results.
Adapted from www.taste.com.au
300ml warm water
1 tsp dry yeast
1 tsp caster sugar
1 pinch salt
3 cups plain flour
2 tb oil
200g danish feta, crumbled
50g cheddar cheese, grated (I used american red, but use what you like!)
1 1/2 cups baby spinach
Cherry tomatoes (optional)
Place the warm water, yeast, sugar and salt in a bowl, and leave for 5 minutes.
Add flour and oil and then stir together.
Then knead on a floured surface (or in a breadmaker/mixer with a dough hook) until the dough becomes smooth and elastic-like.
Use the time whilst it's rising to set up your 'making station' with the fillings, salt and pepper.
When your dough has proved, flour down your surface.
Turn on your sandwich grill, or heat up a frypan if you don't have one (or even fire up the bbq if you like!) and spray with canola oil.
Divide your first roll of dough in half, and roll it out into a rectangle shape, as thin as you can without making holes!
Place the dough half on the plate (or fully on if you can't manage half)
Then on the top half, start adding your filling.
Then fold up the bottom half on and cover the filling.
Close the sandwich maker. If you're using a frypan or bbq, cook for about 2-3 minutes and then flip over.
When golden brown, remove from the grill
Chop up in strips, and cut some wedges of lemon.
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