Gutab and Gözleme

Stuffed flatbreads from the crossroads of Asia and Europe.

January 22, 2015 16:53

Making Gutabs with a filling of butternut squash and pomegranate arils. (photo credit: FERIDE BUYURAN)


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Azerbaijan wasn’t on the list of places we planned to visit, until we read Feride Buyuran’s new book, Pomegranates & Saffron: A Culinary Journey to Azerbaijan.

Buyuran presents food that is a fascinating combination of the familiar and the exotic. Some Azerbaijani dishes recall specialties of Turkey – which, like Azerbaijan, is partly in Europe and partly in Asia.


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