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Old 19th January 2010, 13:20   #1 (permalink)
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Sıkma and gözleme

Does anyone have any recipes for these two?

And if anyone wants to share a recipe for the cheese and potato-filling as well, I`ll be very, very happy
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Old 19th January 2010, 13:24   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Sıkma and gözleme

Hi Mariaca.........Just google Gozleme and lots of different sites will come up giving you recipes......Hope this helps..
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Gözleme - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a good source of info. I love to watch the Turkish ladies making these. Delish too.
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Re: Sıkma and gözleme

Thank you. I found that page as well. I could find a recipe for gözleme, but not for sikma nor the filling...
But if anyone has any recipes they have tried and which they liked, please share

Gözleme:
5¼ cups (600 grams) of all-purpose flour
2½ teaspoons (15 grams) of salt
2 teaspoons (7 grams) of dry yeast
1 teaspoon (4 grams) of sugar
1¼ (300 grams) of water
½ cup (100 grams) of oil
⅓ cup (65 grams) of butter
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Re: Sıkma and gözleme

Here is a recipe from my favourite site, Binnur's Turkish Cook Book. I haven't tried this one though as my sister-in-law makes wonderful ones, sometimes with pumpkin. We had them last night and they were gorgeous.

This recipe doesn't contain yeast.

Binnur's Turkish Cookbook: Gozleme

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* The name Gozleme originates from the word "eye" (in Turkish goz means eye). When you start to cook it, you will see some little brown round shaped spots on it, which gives Gozleme its name
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Oh I just love Gozleme. I want one NOW!
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Oh I just love Gozleme. I want one NOW!
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Re: Sıkma and gözleme

i asked the turkish lady that made our pancakes the tradional way for her recipe, she willingly told me it was

flour,
water
and a little salt

i dubiously(as this was how we made paper glue when i was a child!) tried this at home and they were as good as hers in taste although my pan was smaller than my pancake so it folded over abit but it tasted lovely

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wow i just googled that... seems so similar to a stuffed paratha.... my mum made em yesterday!
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wow i just googled that... seems so similar to a stuffed paratha.... my mum made em yesterday!
did you mean my recipe is similalar to paratha recipe or the one written by mariaca ?

i had paratha in a sri lankan dish all cut up with vegetables and spices, it was delicious, do you have the recipe from ur mum and how she cooks it please

the parathe recipe i mean, not the dish i just described

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