Gozleme is a very popular Turkish pastry with various fillings. My favorite filling is a mixture of spinach, herbs and feta. It is generally made in small places by women similar to the one above. They make it there and serve you just after taking it from fire. Their rolling pin and rolling board are typical Turkish equipment for playing with dough. Another thing you need to make gozleme is a kind of stove to cook it. I don’t know what it is called in English, you see it on the right back of her. If there is a special name for this in English, I’ll be glad to hear it. They roll out dough, put filling mixture on it, fold it in a square shape, brush with oil and cook continually flipping over. You must see how they roll it out so fast. Watching them make this is as great as how gozleme tastes. Believe me it smells so tempting that you can’t stop ordering another even before having the first one! If you happen to visit Turkey one day, don’t leave without eating gozleme!