If you're a fan of oozy gooey cheesy treats, then this is for you! Our Cheesy Thermomix Gozleme are perfectly crispy on the outside and oh-so-deliciously cheesy on the inside.
Our gozleme recipe is super quick and easy to make. You simply whip up a basic dough in the Thermomix and set it aside. Then use the Thermomix again to make the filling. Honestly, it's so simple!
You can cook our cheesy gozleme on the BBQ or in a frying pan (but now that the weather is starting to warm up, I'd definitely be using the BBQ... and quite possibly enjoying a sneaky wine in the sun while they cook!
Our gozleme recipe is filled with a delicious spinach and feta filling, however, you can mix and match with whatever fillings you like (why not add in a little leftover mince or chicken?). Yum!
- 4 cups (600g) plain flour
- 410 ml warm water
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 2 tbs olive oil
- Handful mint
- Sprig of parsley
- 150 g baby spinach
- 150 g grated cheese (mozzarella or cheddar)
- 2 cloves garlic , minced
- Juice 1 lemon
- 250 g feta crumbled
- Place the flour, warm water, salt and olive oil into the TM bowl.
- Mix on Speed 10 for 10 seconds.
- Scrape down the sides and then mix on Interval Speed for 2 minutes.
- Place onto a lightly floured board and knead until the dough is elastic and smooth.
- Place into a bowl and cover with plastic wrap. Leave for at least 30 minutes to rest.
- Place the cheese into the TM bowl.
- Press Turbo 5-10 times or until grated. Set aside.
- Place the mint, parsley and baby spinach into the TM bowl and mix on Speed 10 for 15 seconds. Scrape down the sides and repeat.
- Add the the grated cheese, minced garlic, lemon juice and feta. Season with salt and pepper.
- Mix on Speed 2 for 15 seconds.
- Divide the dough into 6 equal portions.
- Roll each ball into a large, thin circle.
- Place one-sixth of the spinach/feta mixture onto one side of the circle (leaving a 2cm gap near the outside edge.
- Fold the other half over and press down to seal the filling.
- Brush the dough with olive oil and cook over a BBQ grill or in a frying pan for approximately 5 minutes (flipping halfway through), until golden and crispy.
- Repeat with the remaining gozlemes (keep the others warm in the oven while you cook).
- Cut into slices and serve with fresh lemon, dips and olives.
Super simple and incredibly delicious. A lovely weekend lunch. Love the flavor of the filling. I cooked them in a sandwich press without any oil and they felt light and fresh. Thank you
Stephanie Teoh says
Is it better to use baker’s flour (I.e bread flour) or is plain flour sufficient? TIA
Lauren Matheson says
Hi Stephanie, either is fine 🙂
Hi. No yeast?
Lucy....No.3 I believe is the knead function correct?
Thank you for sharing.
Lucy Mathieson says
Yes Interval/Knead function 🙂
So I have a question ... why am I kneading by hand for 5 minutes, when Thermie has a knead function? Not being cheeky, just seriously wanting to know. Thanks.
Hi Sue, you knead the dough in the Thermomix but then finish it off on a floured board. You probably don't ned to do it for a full 5 minutes = just until it's nice and elastic and easy to work with. 🙂
I just made these with the left-over Christmas roast lamb minced for 10 seconds at speed 10. Mr 13 devoured them & he hates spinach.
What a great idea, I'm going to have to try that 🙂
Rhiannon Heke says
I made these and they were delicious.
My favourite market food now homemade.
Thanks so much for this awesome recipe.
I'm loving Thermobliss
Yay! We're so happy to hear that! And thank you for the beautiful comment xx
Shari from GoodFoodWeek says
Whilst I don't own a thermomix, gozleme is something that we eat regularly. Always interesting to see what people put into their filling mixture.
Kim @ Land of Zonkt says
Oh I love these, I always get them when I go to the markets. So yum. I actually love the mince ones but the spinach ones are pretty tasty too!
Malinda @mybrownpaperpackages says
I fell in love with gozleme after having them at Queen Victoria Markets in Melbourne and have tried to make them a couple of times at home. These look perfectly delicious, looking forward to a BBQ or 2 with these!
Oh I love gozleme 🙂