Monday, March 12, 2018

Patatesli Gozleme/Turkish Potato & Cheese Gozleme

Gozleme is a popular Turkish stuffed flatbread and its quite a comforting food whoever loves stuffed flatbreads. My today's post is potato and cheese loaded flatbread which is quite a filling meal for anyone. Gozleme comes from the Turkish world 'GOZ'' which is refers to the Little eyes or brown circles that form on the dough while its gets cooked. Am postng Turkish potato and cheese gozleme for this week's blogging marathon as am running with Stuffed flatbread from different countries. My kids love potato and cheese in anything,and this Gozleme is our recent favourite. Quite a filling one and definitely a comforting food if you are craving for something cheesy for your brunch,lunch or dinner.

Potato & Cheese Gozleme

Though i used potato and cheese in filling, i couldnt stop myself adding some chopped spinach leaves as i want to feed my family with healthy greens in it. Gozlemes are just prefect to pack in anyone's lunch box as well. As these stuffed flatbreads are easy to freeze for later use, trust me you can prepare them in large batches. However dont forget to prepare this flatbreads atleast once, am sure you will definitely enjoy this satisfying flatbreads without any fuss. I used potato for filling, but you can prepare your own filling with loads of veggies and cheese. Just mix and match the ingredients to prepare your own dose of Gozleme.

Patatesli Gozleme, Turkish Potato Cheese Gozleme

For Dough
2cups All Purpose flour
1cup Luke warm water
2tbsp Oil

For Stuffing:
2nos Potatoes (cooked & mashed)
1no Onion(chopped)
1/2cup Cheese (grated)
1cup Spinach (chopped & sauteed)
1tsp Pepper powder

Take the flour in a bowl, add salt, olive oil and combine well. Let it sit for 10 mins.

Take all the ingredients given under the list for stuffing in a bowl, mix well and divide the filling as 4-5 portions.

Divide the dough and roll it as thin as possible.

Place a portion of the filling in the centre of the rolled dough, bring the edges to the centre to form as an envelope.

Repeat the same with the rest of the dough.

Turkish Potato Gozleme, Potato & Cheese Gozleme

Heat a nonstick pan, place the prepared flatbread on the hot pan. Drizzle enough oil to cook the flatbread.

Keep the flame in simmer  and cook on both sides until the gozleme turns golden brown.

Serve it warm.


Usha said... Reply To This Comment

Even I made these for day 2. You shaped the gozleme so perfectly. I actually want to try these next time with just spinach, though I like the idea of adding some spinach to potato filling.

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

This sounds so much like our aloo paratha, but the addition of cheese and spinach makes it different. Looks absolutely yum.

CookwithRenu said... Reply To This Comment

This looks so similar to our vegetable paratha. I would say, Adding spinach to the filling gave it colour. Yummy

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

Addition of palak is an interesting twist to this Turkish version of our aloo paratha.

Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

that is one filling breakfast priya! i love gozleme, spinach and potato is yumm combo!

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

I made these gozleme for another event and I remember how cheesy and delicious they tasted. This is a great stuffed flatbread recipe.

Sowmya :) said... Reply To This Comment

I am also a potato and cheese fan....that is quite a delicious and sumptuous meal

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

Omg I am drooling :D looks so delicious, and how wonderfully stacked and perfectly shaped. Adding some spinach to the potato gozleme is a wonderful idea to add some color..

Renu said... Reply To This Comment

This looks so delicious..potato and cheese.......lovely share.........

cookingwithsapana said... Reply To This Comment

These potato golzeme seems to be the star of this weeks theme. Looks absolutely delicious.

code2cook said... Reply To This Comment

Really this is almost similar to aloo paratha except cheese addition. But feeling like having this plate now. Mouth watering. I love them.

Jyoti Babel said... Reply To This Comment

This one looks absolutely delicious. Who can say no to potato and cheese combination. Lovely share.

Srividhya said... Reply To This Comment

I always find a way to sneak in greens as well. Great idea to add spinach with potatoes and cheese. Lot of stuffed flatbreads to explore from other countries. Great share priya.

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

So wonderfully shaped and made Priya, I loved this so much when I had made it..

sushma said... Reply To This Comment

Sounds like aloo paratha. Love the crunchy looking crust.