Turkish Golzeme, a family favourite, and for good reason! These Pulled Lamb, Mint & Goat Feta Golzeme, are delicious.
Gözleme is a traditional savory Turkish flatbread and pastry dish. The dough is usually unleavened which means it’s made only with flour, salt, and water. In this case gluten-free flour and no yeast.
A first sight these delicious foldovers can look a little intimidating to make, maybe a bit time-consuming but we promise it is none of the above.
They are so easy to make.
Simply mix the dough ingredients, set aside and in the meantime combine all the filling ingredients together in a bowl. Then when its ready divide them into smaller pieces, roll them out on parchment paper add the ingredients to half over the rolled dough, fold it off and cook on a griddle pan until warm and toasty!
This recipe isn’t just delicious but it is loaded with goodness.
The filling is a combination of protein packed lamb, high fiber greens such as spinach and leeks, fresh herbs and goats feta.
The dough is made from our favourite, cassava flour a gut friendly resistant starch.
So we know that lamb and rosemary are a match made in heaven! But did you the rosemary is an incredible herb, filled with goodness.
What are the Benefits of Eating Rosemary?
Rosemary is most commonly known for its ability to boost memory and improve mood. It can also aid in treating Alzheimer’s, reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and protect the immune system.
It helps stimulate circulation, detoxify the body, protect the body from bacterial infections, prevent premature aging, and heal skin conditions.
3 Reasons to Love Rosemary:
- Reduces Stress: A study showed that the antidepressant effects of rosemary can go beyond just eating it, in fact, the scent of rosemary alone has been linked to improving mood and clearing the mind. It is known to be calming for those who suffer from chronic anxiety and depression.
- Balances Hormone: Carnosol in rosemary balances androgen and estrogen hormones in the body. It also lowers the release of the dihydrotestosterone hormone, which helps improve prostate health.
- Maintains Gut Health: Rosemary is known to increases bile flow which keeps the gallbladder functioning at its absolute best. This, can, in turn, helps maintain gut health and fight gut diseases like irritable bowel syndrome and colitis.
For the Dough:
1 ¾ cup cassava flour
½ cup tapioca flour
½ teaspoon Himalayan salt
2 tablespoons olive oil
¼ coconut yoghurt or greek yoghurt (if the mixture is to dry, use more yoghurt)
For the Filling:
250g pulled lamb
1 leek, thinly sliced
1 garlic, crushed
2 tablespoons mint, chopped
1 tablespoon rosemary, chopped
200g baby spinach, shredded
200g goats feta, crumbled
Himalayan salt & pepper, to taste
2 tablespoons olive oil
For the Tzatziki:
3 tablespoons coconut yoghurt or Greek yoghurt
¼ cup cucumber, grated
Mint leaves, finely sliced
- For the Dough: Beat yoghurt and salt in a large bowl until combined. Add salt to taste. Combine cassava and tapioca flour and mix well. Gradually add the flour until you have a stiff dough.
- Tip dough onto a lightly floured surface (we used coconut flour) and knead the dough, incorporating any remaining flour until dough is soft and only slightly sticky (if the mixture is to dry add a little more yoghurt or water).
- Transfer to a clean bowl and rest uncovered for 30 mins.
- On a floured surface split the dough into 4 equal sized round pieces, roll each piece of dough into a square shape.
- For the filling: Combine everything into a bowl and mix well.
- Place some of the mixture over half the square of the rolled out dough. Fold dough over and seal edges with a fork. Repeat for all the dough.
- Preheat your grill pan or a large frypan. Brush one side of Gozleme with olive oil and cook until the base is golden. Brush top side with oil and flip to cook.
- For the Tzatziki: Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and mix until combined.
- Delicious served with fresh lemon squeezed over and dunked into the tzatziki!