No, I'm sorry to say, I don't think I've ever tried it. We don't have a Turkish restaurant/cafe anywhere hear where we live. We never go to any markets, but if I were to be at some markets I would certainly love to try gozleme or similar food.
I love Turkish food but we don't have a restaurant near here. I tried a spinach and cheese Gozleme at a food market and found it too oily. I am sure it could be prepared with less oil. I would try it again .
Yes, it is quite delicious and highly filling. Big carb hit with lovely fillings of chicken & cheese, beef or spinach with cheese etc. For those interested in trying Aldi sells it in their frozen section. It is similar to a pizza with the filling inside and the mozzarella cheese replaced with feta and Turkish style fillings.
Tasneem, does the Aldi one have plenty of filling? I don't buy any of their frozen foods other than puff pastry and their potato and cheese oven product as we cook fresh where possible so it might be an alternative when we feel like something light for a meal.
I have only seen it Helga. Have never tried it, as I live in Melbourne and not too far from many Turkish and Middle Eastern restaurants. So I buy it fresh. You could look up a recipe and try it if you like cooking from scratch. I donít think it would be difficult, but generally Turkish bread like the Tandoori roti is cooked in a clay oven by slapping it on the walls of the oven, so these breads give a distinct wood fired smoky flavour.