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Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Chocolate Gozleme

(Çikolatalı Gözleme)

Chocolate Gozleme
1 sheet Phyllo Pastry, if you like to make the Gozleme from the
scratch here
1 tbsp orange marmalade
1 tbsp bittersweet chocolate, chopped
2 tbsp unsalted butter, melted

Fold in the half the phyllo sheet. Spread the orange marmalade equally in the middle of the phyllo sheet. Sprinkle the chocolate over it (picture). First fold the opposite sides to cover the filling. Then fold the 3rd side, brush the butter and lastly the 4th side to cover up the filling. Brush the butter on this side first.

Heat up the Teflon pan just under medium heat. Fry buttered side of Gozleme first. Brush some butter on the top and turn it over. Serve when both sides are reached golden brown. Serve while it is still hot. If you like sprinkle some chocolate over the top.

Chocolate Gozleme is a lovely breakfast or supper treat with Turkish



At 11:49 AM, Blogger Kilo said...

Not sure I understand the folding... filling in the middle of a sheet -- then fold one third (the left side) over the filling, then an opposite third (from the right) over that? Then fold it in half again from the top, and then half again from the bottom?

At 3:17 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Yes, for the first part:) It is not folding in half. It is folding to cover the filling. So you should click on "here" to see the prep pictures of Gozleme :)

At 11:42 AM, Blogger KT said...

Merhaba Binnur,

Harika bir fikir. Yufka veya Phyllo kullanibilir mi? Hangisi daha guzel?


At 11:51 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Merhaba Katie,
Tabi istersen phyllo, istersen yufka kullanabilirsin. Yufka kullanacaksan, yufkayi sigara boregi yapar gibi kes ama daha genis olsun.
Genis kenarina malzemeyi koyduktan sonra, iki yan kenari kapatip 4 parmak genisliginde yufkayi katlamalisin:)
Turkiye'deyken, cocuklarima, gene yufka ile, yalanci Cig Borek yapardim:)

At 3:08 PM, Anonymous Julie said...

Chocolate and orange...the perfect combination! What a simple, yet delicious dessert. Thanks for another great recipe :)


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