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Spiced Beef Gozleme

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  • ½

    small yellow onion (cut into chunks)

  • 3

    tablespoons chopped drained roasted red peppers

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Alisa T.
July 18, 2022
Fun, but not exactly gozleme
This was an easy, fun, heavily-editorialized rendition of Turkish gozleme. In the American kitchen, it comes together in minutes and makes a great lunch or afternoon snack for hungry kids coming from school or sports. In Turkey, the key to this dish is the dough so a tortilla substitute can be a stretch. Buttering the tortillas help get things a little more true to form, if that is something one is looking for.
Ashley D.
September 1, 2022
Raw meat?
Halfway into making this, I realize, based on a strict reading of the recipe, you're supposed to smear raw meat into a tortilla? How would it cook fully if you just fry the tortilla? Clarification is needed.
Daniel H.
November 21, 2022
Agree with Ashley, Raw Meat?
2 minutes on each side can't be enough to cook raw hamburger meat. Needs clarification, indeed.