[Sca-cooks] Gullaj/Gullach

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Wed Oct 15 18:40:06 PDT 2008


Modern is made from
Ingredients (Icindekiler): Water, Maize Starch, Extra Wheat Flour, 
Vegetable Oil, Egg.
(Su, Misir Nisastasi, Ekstra Un, Bitkisel Yag, Yumurta.)

http://www.tasteofturkey.com/mystore.php?Page=Product&ProductId=217

For those that want to know what we are talking about--
Fully described here: http://www.saffetabdullah.com.tr/eng/gullac.php
http://www.thy.com/en-INT/corporate/skylife/article.aspx?mkl=143
http://www.hotelsinfethiye.com/SNews/GUllaC,_delicious_queen_of-1056.htm

My one cookbook Timeless Tastes. Turkish Culinary Culture has a recipe 
for gullac.
It indicates that you use  starch wafers. Rather like calling for a 
certain type of cookie crust.

Johnna

Lilinah wrote:
> ONE
> I'm trying to track down what modern Turkish gullac is. I find recipes 
> using it, and many include photos of the final product, but not of the 
> gullac itself. It seems to be some sort of noodle or pasta or 
> dough-thing, since it is quite often soaked in milk before being 
> used). However, i haven't found a recipe for the pasta itself, or 
> photos of the "raw" product, to get some idea of its thickness and 
> dimensions.
> Anyone have any idea (i'm talkin' the modern Turkish stuff, not the 
> historical)?
>



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