Bazlama also known as the "village bread" is a leavened flatbread from Turkey that is traditionally cooked outdoors in wooden fires. They are a little thick & extremely soft, they also have a slight sour note to them as they're traditionally made with yoghurt/curd. When they're cooked they puff up & form a pocket. You can use these to have with curries or stuff them with your filling of choice like I did.
Follow the proofing and resting patterns do not ignore them.