2 cups plain flour
500g plain greek yoghurt
200-250g greek feta crumbled
1/2 cup mixed grated cheese (tasy, mozerella, parmasen - whatever you like)
1/2 cup baby spinach leaves chopped
1/4 cup baby rocket chopped
salt and pepper to taste
1.Combine flour and yoghurt until sticky dough forms. It will be rather sticky, but just add a little bit of flour at a time, but not too much. Allow to stand for 10 mins.
2. Mix all filling ingredients in a bowl.
3. Take some dough about the size of a tennis ball and roll (with a rolling pin) out flat until its about 10mm thick. Add some filling on one side and fold over so you have a half(semi)-circle and squish sides. Continue until dough and filling is used up.
When I took the photos, I made two large ones, which is why my dough looks rather large. Basically, you can make them any size you want to. I also didn't roll it thin enough, make sure the dough is thin so it cooks well.
4. Heat pan on medium heat and add some olive oil and cook each gozleme until golden brown.
5. Serve imediately so that the cheese is yummy and melted! Enjoy.
I haven't tried to freeze the yoghurt and see if it can still be used in this recipe, but if someone does let me know if it works, because that would be even better as a long term recipe. Its such an easy recipe and so different. The versatility also comes with the freedom of adding whatever you like or whatever you have. I usually make these vegetarian style and I like adding semi dried tomatoes, roast capsicum and other yummy vegetables but you could add mince meat, chicken pieces or BBQ chicken, salami, chorizo, ham, anything!!!
I have re-heated these the next day in a foccacia/sandwich press.
Hope you like it:)
* I have just realised, that I have given this meal a turkish name and used *greek* yoghurt and *greek* feta. A truly multicultral meal if I do say so myself!!!