Sardinian Flatbread with Feta and Za' Atar Recipe on Food52

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Sardinian Flatbread with Feta and Za' Atar

December 15, 2010
1 Rating
Author Notes

My rosemary in the garden finally froze and I was looking for something to do with the flatbreads I had just made, meaning usually I brush it with olive oil and then sprinkle it with rosemary, coarse salt and black pepper. Then this came to mind, I think my flatbread will be singing a new multicultural tune. —thirschfeld

  • Serves 2 to 4
  • 1 sheet Sardinian flatbread
  • olive oil
  • za' atar
  • sea salt
  • fresh ground black pepper
  • 3/4 cup feta cheese in brine, drained and crumbled
In This Recipe
  1. Preheat the oven to 475.
  2. Brush the flatbread with olive oil, sprinkle with feta and then dust with za' atar. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes in the preheated oven. Serve immediately letting you guest break it into pieces.

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  • Fran McGinty
    Fran McGinty
  • Sagegreen
  • mrslarkin
  • thirschfeld
Father, husband, writer, photojournalist and not always in that order.

    8 Reviews

    Fran M. February 11, 2011
    Thank you so much for the recipe. This one is different, because the original was paper thin and it was cracker like. I tried to bring some back to the US but the movers stepped on the package and broke it all up. My girls loved that bread, they are all grown up now but I would love to bring some of this over.This recipe looks like the closest thing I have found or tried yet. thank you.
    Fran M. February 10, 2011
    I lived in Sardinia for 2 years I would love to get the recipe for the carda da musica (flat bread) I am sure the spelling is incorrect. This sounds so wonderful.
    Author Comment
    thirschfeld February 11, 2011
    Fran I have a recipe for flat bread here on food52 although I think you will find it more cracker like while I think the real deal is more tortilla like until it is cooked the second time then I think it gets crisp like my recipe. Here is the link.
    Sagegreen December 16, 2010
    So what drink have you paired this with?
    Sagegreen December 16, 2010
    I dig up one rosemary plant to bring inside and it can do well indoors for the winter...unless I don't tend it.
    Author Comment
    thirschfeld December 16, 2010
    Some nice easy drinking red table wine, and I would think about bringing in my rosemary but I have a two year old that really likes to dig. I would spend most of my day chasing her away from it or cleaning up dirt. In a few years...
    mrslarkin December 15, 2010
    Author Comment
    thirschfeld December 15, 2010
    thanks mrslarkin. Sounds like you are having a nice dinner.