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Spinach and Cheese Gozleme
Gozleme is a savory stuffed Turkish flatbread. To make it, yufka, an unleavened flatbread, is folded around a savory filling, then toasted until warm and lightly crisped. A spinach and cheese filling is classic. To approximate the flavor and texture of the Turkish white cheese that’s used for gozleme, in her book “Soframiz,” chef Ana Sortun uses a combination of feta, kasseri and ricotta. This is our rendition of her recipe, which includes a trio of fresh herbs balances the richness of the cheeses. Homemade yufka is best, but 8-inch flour tortillas are a reasonably good stand-in.
tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, divided
small yellow onion, finely chopped