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Mini-Pissaladieres: Quick Anchovy Tartlets with Olives and Cheese

Mini-Pissaladieres: Quick Anchovy Tartlets with Olives and Cheese
  

A pissaladiere is a traditional Provençal tart which gets its name from the anchovie paste, pissala, which is the essential ingredient. Like most traditional recipes, hundreds of variations can be found, and frequently the preparation edges towards a simple pizza: a smear of onions, anchovies and herbs on a flatbread.

This version is as simple and quick as possible, and makes a nice little amuse-bouche to accompany cocktails before a casual dinner.


Mini-Pissaladieres:
Quick Anchovy Tartlets with Olives and Cheese

Makes 8.

Ingredients
  • 1 sheet frozen puff pastry, cut in 2-1/2" squares
  • 12 oil-cured black olives, pitted and roughly chopped
  • 3 tablespoons Parmeggiana Reggiano cheese, shredded
  • 1/2 small onion, chopped
  • 2 ounces canned anchovy fillets and their oil

Equipment: barquette molds.

Method

1. Sauté the onions for about 4 minutes in a little olive oil, until they just start to soften. Remove from heat.

2. Chop the anchovies, then mash them with the side of the knife.

3. Mix the onions, anchovies, cheese and the anchovie oil. 

4. Place the pastry squares in barquette molds.

5. Spoon the filling into the center of the squares and top with a few pieces of olive.

6. Moisten the corners of the the pastry squares. Press two adjacent corners together at one end of the barquette mold, then press the corners at the other end of the mold together.

7. Bake about 12 minutes in a preheated 400º oven.

Allow to rest for about 5 minutes before serving.

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Look's so yummy! So glad you're back Stephen...I've missed your great creative approach!

Hi Stephen,

Glad to see that you're settled in and back to cooking. These are too adorable.

Well done!

What a great recipe, so simple and beautiful! Definitely writing this one down...

~Dianka
http://na-zdravi.blogspot.com/

Welcome back Stephen! Funny I was in Portland last Friday! I could have stopped by to grab one of those delicious pissaladières!

These are so cute Stephen, I adore little bites and your pissaladières certainly have my mouth watering!

Those look marvellous. And solved a puzzle which has been bothering me for some time: how do little boat canapes not collapse in the oven? Barquettes...

Just what I was looking for. Perfectly yummy and I just bought puff pastry today. Guess what I'm making tonight!
Thanks Stephen!

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