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Artichoke tart with dried tomatoes
March 2, 2014
cans (6 ounces) of artichokes, drained
Phyllo pastry sheets, 9x12 inch each
In This Recipe
Stir together the three cheeses. Beat in the eggs and season with pepper. If it is too dry, add just a touch of milk.
Drain and slice the artichokes (1cm). Cut the dried tomatoes into thin slices and add to the cheese mixture along with the artichokes. Stir well.
Preheat your oven to 375F Lightly grease the bottom and sides of a pan (round or rectangular 9 x 12).
Layer 8 sheets in the bottom and sides of the pan, brushing each sheet with olive oil to make they don’t burn
Spread the filling on top and layer the remaining 8 sheets. Tuck the edges into the sides of the pan.
Bake for 40-45 minutes and until Phyllo is golden-brown.
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