Gullac is a traditional Ramadan dessert of Turkish cuisine and it’s prepared with Gullac leaves. It Turkey no one cooks it at home but buy them from the stores. But it’s almost impossible to find Gullac leaves outside of Turkey and some countries with high Turkish population. Spain is among those countries where it’s almost impossible to find them. So instead of craving for Gullac and suffering at home, I tried to make Gullac leaves at home. In my third trial in the same day I had the perfect home made ones.
They are small, they seem a little weird, but they are my tiny delicious güllaç leaves. I have no güllaç recipe on my English blog by the way. Because until now I didn’t know that it’s possible to make güllaç leaves at home. But I promise that I will share a güllaç dessert recipe as soon as possible.
There a few things you should be careful while cooking the leaves. First you should rinse the pan in every time. It’s necessary both to prevent the mixture to stick to the pan and decrease the heat of the pan.
It’s important to wave a hand fan during the cooking process as it helps the leaves to dry faster.
If you want to use the leaves immediately, you don’t need to extra dry them in the oven. But in this case you should not put them on top of each other while waiting all of the mixture to be cooked.
Enjoy the recipe…
- 2 heaping tsps of flour,
- 6 heaping tsps of cornstarch/corn flour,
- 2 cups water.
- Take flour, starch and water into a jar,
- Cover the lid and shake it until a smooth consistency,
- Rinse a 24 cm non-stick frying pan with water,
- Pour a small quantity of the mixture into pan as a really thin layer,
- Cook in the highest heat level of the stovetop waving with a hand fan or bbq hand fan until it removes easily from the pan,
- Take the leaf from the pan and place into a baking tray covered with wax paper,
- Bake in a 180 C degree preheated (in fan setting if you have) oven until crispy.