There is quite a team of skilled (and happy) cooks working on the Turkish Gozleme stall at the Orange Grove Farmer's Markets in Leichhardt.
Working quickly and with fresh ingredients, we watched as the maker stretched out the dough for the flat bread and laid it down flat on the work bench. Then fresh spinach and cheese was piled on top, before the dough was folded and shaped, ready for the grill.
Delicious! The queue of people waiting to buy Gozleme proved its popularity.
We discovered Yahya Sevim of Andy's Gozleme at the National Multicultural Festival and were delighted to learn that he has a stall at the Gorman House Markets in Canberra every Saturday.
Andy's offers traditional Turkish pastries and gozleme, including spinach and fetta, as well as with mince. Catering is also available.
Yahya was a chef in Mersin, Turkey, where he and six brothers owned a seafood restaurant, Picnic. He has been in Australia for ten years now, with five in Sydney and the last five in Canberra.
You will find Andy's Gozleme at the Gorman House Markets in Canberra on Saturdays and the Hall Market on the first Sunday of each month.
Farmers and growers, artisan producers, and wonderful providores.