Cooking in Corona Days With Karni Tomer Food Explorer Turkish Pastry (Gozleme) - Wok 'n' Stroll

Cooking in Corona Days With Karni Tomer Food Explorer Turkish Pastry (Gozleme)

Cooking in Corona Days:

Hi, I’m Karni Tomer Food Explorer,

Food explorer and owner of a food tours company in Singapore.

I have lived in Singapore for over 10 years, and the thing I love most is eating.

And to cook, to bake and specially to indulge in food.

In Singapore, the Corona sneaked into our lives in late January at the height of the Chinese New Year celebrations.

We went through very stressful days accompanied by loss of income, fear of the unknown, psychosomatic illnesses and daily counts of patients.

Today the situation is under control but the virus has not disappeared. In the meantime, I am sad to see how the virus has spread to the world and to Israel in particular.

In my opinion, the best therapy is food.

Cooking and feeding you is the best gift I can give you.

Every day, I will publish a Western or Asian recipe that will delight your heart and inspire you to cook at home.

Hope to see you on better days,

Karni Tomer Food Explorer – Singapore

Food tours  and Cooking classes online

Fast and delicious Turkish pastry (Gozleme) for a beautiful morning

 

For the dough, so easy- no need for yeast to rise or baking powder

Just mix together

1 cup of yogurt – I used Greek yogurt which is more acidic,

1.5- 2 cups of plain flour or fine spelt flour.

Mix the dough together until you have an elastic dough. if it’s still wet or sticky add some flour.

Ingredients for the stuffing

Chopped fresh or frozen spinach

One chopped onion

Feta cheese

Mozzarella cheese

Other cheeses you have at home

Cook the stuffing

Fry the chopped onion in olive oil

Add the spinach and stir and fry until the spinach is soft

Add salt and paper

Place in a bowl, let it cool

Add some grated mozzarella, feta crumbs and salt and pepper

Check the stuffing and see if you need to add more flavors.

You can cheese any cheese you want .

Preparation

Cut the dough into 4-5 balls

Roll each ball to a flat circle, try to make it thin

Place some of the stuffing and fold the circle to a crescent shape

Fry in a frying pan with olive oil.

Cook until brown from each side.

Serve hot with some salad or yogurt sauce.

Tomorrow I will send a meat version for this amazing dish.

Enjoy.

 

 

 

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