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Turkish Recipe; Dızmana / Göçmen Böreği

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First of all, I'd like to thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you can come back, again and again, to check up on any beyond Indonesian or Turkish food or something sweets that you might love. Your comments and emails brighten my days and make this simple blog thing worthwhile 😍💛

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Selam.... Merhaba from Türkiye.. 👋

We call this dızmana (read;desh-mana), dizman or dıclama. But mostly people just named it göçmen böreği

İt's not really like pastry you probably know which made from thin layers of phyllo dough or puff pastry or flaky dough pastry.
İt's a pastry dish, bread-like pour with yogurt egg sauce then bake.
Sometimes fill with cheese or mashed potatoes, but plain without any filling also as good as with filling.

This dızmana is commonly made in Bulgaria by Thracian immigrants. But now everybody across regions also love to bake it.
Also see my other Turkish pastry (börek) in "Börekler" category.


Sausage Bread Roll / Roti gulung Sosis

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Selam. Merhaba from Türkey everybody 🙋

Bread is a staple here at my house. I bake bread almost every day. Any kind of bread. For daily consume I bake no-knead artisan-style bread once in every two days-but if we get guess come over our house I bake more.

You can check my bread category to see my bread recipes.

Local bread here has like other European bread which has crusty exterior and chewy soft inside. Different from Asian style bread which mostly has cotton soft in texture and most probably has a slightly sweet taste.

Including Indonesian people. Bread is not staple for us. Yes sometimes we eat it for breakfast or brunch. But mostly we enjoy bread as snacking or "dessert" that is why our bread has soft in texture and slightly sweet. 
We vary our soft bread start from beef/ chicken floss until jam. Sausage, cheese, chocolate, banana, pineapple, meat, chicken... you mention .. we have all 😊


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