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For the dough:200 Gr. Flower3,5 Gr. Dry yeast10 cc sunflower oilA bit of salt(You can use also pizza-dough or puff pastry.)For the garnish:3 tbl.sp. Olive oil6-8 big onions2 garlic cloves12 small anchovies (on salt)About 18 black olivesAbout 2 tomatoes1 tbl. Sp. Of dried Provencal herbs (You can also use some fresh herbs as thyme and rosemary.)Black pepper.About 100-150 Gr. of feta cheese.
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For the dough:
200 Gr. Flower
3,5 Gr. Dry yeast
10 cc sunflower oil
A bit of salt
(You can use also pizza-dough or puff pastry.)
For the garnish:
3 tbl.sp. Olive oil
6-8 big onions
2 garlic cloves
12 small anchovies (on salt)
About 18 black olives
About 2 tomatoes
1 tbl. Sp. Of dried Provencal herbs (You can also use some fresh herbs as thyme and rosemary.)
About 100-150 Gr. of feta cheese.
Put the flower in a big bowl with some water and salt. Add the sunflower and mix to combine.
Solve the yeast in a bit of warm water and add to the flower.
Knead together into a solid, elastic ball. When the dough is too dry, add a little warm water.
Cover the dough with a clean towel and put it in the fridge to cool.
Pre-heat the oven at 240 Celsius.
Peel and cut the onions in rings.
Heat the olive oil in a big pan and add the onions.
Let it softently brown and add the peeled and crushed garlic. Then add the provencal herbs.
Keep stiring untill the onions get golden brown.
Grease a (baking) tin.
Roll the dough on a floured sideboard to a thin paste and cover the tin with it.
Spread the onions on it and add some black pepper.
Cut the tomatoes into slices and put them on top of the onions.
Rins the anchovies to desalt and divide them over the onion/tomato layer, interspersed with the olives. Crumble the feta cheese on top and put it in the oven for about 30 min at 240 Celsius.
Keep looking if it doesn't burn, or turn the oven lower.
You can eat this recipe eather warm or cold!!
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