Friday, March 16, 2012

Gozleme and Dishcloths

Last weekend I came across a recipe for homemade gozleme posted by Vera at small things simple pleasures.  I had not heard of gozleme but thought it looked very similar to the fatayer we are able to get here, so today I gave the recipe a try.
Really so easy to make.  I fried one in a bit of olive oil but then decided to bake the others.  Hubby said he liked the baked ones best.
I will definitely be making these again and will try out different fillings.

The rest of the day has been spent crocheting dishcloths.  Patterns can be found here.

Tomorrow I shall clean.  Just a little.  Maybe.

Hope your Friday is fabulous!

14 comments:

Becca said...

I haven't heard of those, but they look yummy! Always such pretty crochet here! Enjoy your weekend!

Terra said...

That sounds delicious, and your dish cloths are pretty.

Linda said...

Those are beautiful dishcloths! And I've never heard of either of those things but they look like a Pizza-filled thing that I've had before and liked.

A happy weekend to you and I'm out of here in just 45 minutes, off to enjoy an entire 9 days off of bliss. :)

Linda

Rostrose said...

Hi Tammy!
Thank you soo much for your compliments :o)) I love your post, too - the gozleme looks so yummie and the dish cloth very pretty! I've never heard from gozleme before, but the receipe of Vera sounds easy - so perhaps I will try, too!
Warm hugs, my dear!
Traude
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Little Treasures said...

We have something similar in this part of the world called "gomleze" looks like a relative to yours although the method of preparation is totally different.
Your crochets are amazing!

Susan said...

Hi Tammy....The turnovers look like Spanish "empanadas." They have meat/potato filling that is quite delicious. But your vegetarian one looked yummy, too. Ohhhhhh, that crust looked good.

Your crocheted potholders are darling, too.

May your Saturday be terrific! Susan

Diane said...

They remind me of pasties. It seems that every country has a form or other of that. I'm a fool for pasties!! Beautiful crochet Tammy.

Rizzi said...

SOUNDS DELICIOUS......THEY LOOK SO YUMMY......LOVE YOUR WASH CLOTHS....
COPIED THE PATTERN....THEY ARE JUST LOVELY.....WEATHER HERE FOR THE PAST TWO DAYS WAS COLD...RAW....RAINY...
THE WEEKEND THEY SAY IS SUPPOSED TO BE NICE.....HAVE A GOOD ONE...RIZZI

Kit said...

Don't clean too much! Have a fun weekend. Happy St. Patty's Day! Kit

Denise said...

I had never heard of these but they look Yummy! Love your dish clothes. Not too much cleaning, have a wonderful weekend.

Mariettes Back to Basics said...

Dearest Tammy,

You sure managed to bake some yummy flat bread, pancake type things.
Love to you,

Mariette

Mistea said...

Your crochet cloths are gorgeous - love the pink and blue one.
The moon photo's from last week are amazing - we had overcast skies with storms for most of last week so he didn't show his face around here.
Enjoy your weekend.

vicki said...

Hi Tammy-
The Recipes you share are always so unique. Thanks again for another great one.
I love handmade dishcloths. I know it's just a simple little thing- but they are a joy in my kitchen!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Love
Vicki

Sam I Am...... said...

I love it all! It all looks yummy to me! Thanks for the recipe and the patterns.

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