Lately I received a bag of sundried tomatoes from a working colleague. Hope she didn’t feel too obliged, since I was constantly talking about how much I love them and about the fact that they are comparatively pretty expensive here. Anyway. Thanks a lot for them 🙂 They are being used for various things, like this one here.
- pizza dough
- sundried tomatoes
- black olives
- olive oil
- maldon salt (or fleur de sel or coarse sea salt)
- prepare a pizza dough (500g flour, 1 bag of yeast, 3 and 1/4 dl warm water, salt and sugar) and let it rise in the oven for about an hour;
- chop the sundried tomatoes and put them in a bowl with equal quantities of water and vinegar to reconstitute, put the bowl in the oven too;
- deseed the olives, chop them and put them in a bow;
- once the dough has risen spread it out with your hands and sprinkle the olives and the tomatoes (first get rid of the liquid though);
- roll the dough, close the ends and brush some oil on top, sprinkle with salt;
- cook for about 30 min in a 200 ° C oven.