＊ Traditionally lamb is used, but use your preferred ground meat.
A. Tomato paste
A. Parsley (finely chopped)
Parsley (finely chopped)
Filling of your choice
Tomato, bell pepper, fresh parsley, lettuce, and onion
To make the dough. Add the all-purpose flour, olive oil, and salt in a bowl. Pour the boiling water into it.
Stir it with a rubber spatula. Once it's cool enough to handle with your hands, bring the dough together and knead it on a working surface.
Once the dough becomes smooth, wrap it with plastic wrap and let it rest for 30 minutes at room temperature.
Make the tomato sauce. Mince the onion and carrot, heat the olive oil in a skillet and sauté until transparent. Add the ground beef into the skillet.
Once the ground meat has cooked through, add the "A" ingredients. Simmer until almost all the liquid evaporates.
Combine the ingredients to make the yogurt sauce.
Divide the dough into 3 equal pieces, and roll them out as thin as possible while dusting the working surface.
Spread the tomato sauce onto the dough leaving the edge free. Bake in the 250℃ oven. Please be careful not to overcook them. Only a few minutes is enough.
Cut the tomato and bell pepper into bite-sized pieces. Julienne the lettuce. Slice the onion and soak in a bowl of water.
Top the dough with the vegetables, and pour the yogurt sauce on top. Roll it up as you would roll sushi and it is done.
You can enjoy many different flavors by switching the vegetables that you are using.
I recommend using a lot of yogurt sauce.
My Turkish friend's homemade pizza had red cabbage in it. It was beautiful.
Story Behind this Recipe
The pizza that my Turkish friend served me was delicious and became my favorite so I tried to copy it.
When you bake it, make sure to bake it for a short time in a high temperature oven. The tomato sauce, fresh vegetables, and yogurt sauce are the perfect match. I highly recommend adding tomato,bell pepper, and fresh parsley to the wrap. Also see: Turkish Hummus Chickpea Dip (Recipe ID: 593749)