Gozleme refers to a Turkish food; a kind of thin börek soaked in syrup or sprinkled with sugar, cooked on a sheet. Gozleme is a soft, thin bread wrap quickly heated on a stone tablet, and is often stuffed with cheese or spinach. Gozleme is one of the street foods in Turkey which is sold cheap in some rural areas, but a bit expensive in the cities.

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