lundi 25 avril 2011

Pissaladière

Today, a wonderful dish from south of France : la Pissaladière.


Prep time : 45 min.


Ingredients (4~6 persons):

- 400g bread dough
- 1kg sliced onions
- 300g anchovies
- 15 black olives
- 2 tablespoon sugar
- chopped thyme
- chopped garlic
- pepper
- 5 tablespoon olive oil

1) Heat oil in a deep, large stove. Then add onions, thyme, garlic, pepper and sugar when oil is hot. You want onions to be tender and just golden. Don't put salt because of anchovies. 


2) Roll out the dough on a greased baking tray while you preheat oven to 220°C (420°F).

3) Spread filling over dough. Put olives and anchovies on top of that. Bake pissaladière until crust is cooked (crisp and golden). You can either serve it warm or cold.

15 commentaires:

  1. i never had anchovies, i heard that they're a real love it/hate it food

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  2. I'd love to try that!
    Please check my blog too!

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  3. I just LOVE anchovies! Doesn't that look a bit like a pizza?

    +followed (because you make me hungry)

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  4. All of this food looks wonderful!

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  5. ^i agree, looks like the french version of pizza. I also agree that anchovies are awesome.

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  6. cant wait to go to france and try that out :3 (going to france in november)

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  7. Looks great...but I'm sure I'd hate it :( I'm far too picky of an eater.

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  8. I'm making this, thanks for the recipe!

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