Saturday, 28 July 2007

Roasted Yellow Pepper and Tomato Tart

This was my entry for Nupur's One Hot Stove's A-Z of Indian Vegetables, alas I was too late submiting. But hey I cooked it, photographed and ate it, isn't that the main thing!
This recipe is adapted from Delia Smith's webpage. and Waitrose
I was going to make Stir-fried Yard-long beans, but none of the 3 Indian stores in Finchley had them in stock today.


Ingredients
10 oz puff pastry, defrosted
2 tbsp walnut coriander and chilli chutney / pesto (recipe shown here)
6 oz feta cheese
1 tbspn olive oli
3 large tomatoes
1 yellow pepper



Method
1. Preheat the oven at 200 degrees C
2. Roll out the pastry to a 10inX10in square
3. Place on a greesed baking sheet, score a line about 1/2 inch for the edge of the pastry
4. Crumble the cheese and mix with the chutney and olive oil
5. Spread evenly over the pastry, leaving the edges empty.
7. Place thick slice of tomatoes, and slices of pepper on top of the cheese
8. Spray with olive oil
9. Bake for 20-25 minutes.
10. Serve with a green salad

14 comments:

Asha said...

Puff pastry is a great idea to top it with the colorful veggies.Looks delicious Saju,great entry:)

Coffee said...

Thats a cool snack!

Padma said...

Nice post and great idea using puff pastry also the pesto combination with walnut, coriander and chilli is very indian way...can be used for pasta as well.
Thanks for sharing Saju!

Neelam said...

Thats a nice colourful snack!

Manasi said...

WOW!! this looks so colorful and a perfect snack!!!

musical said...

I salute you, Saju :).
this gets made tomorrow!

Linda said...

Did you say spiced up feta cheese :):)

Looks delicious!

sra said...

That looks really colourful and succulent!

SeeC said...

Very colourful and you have cut is very evenly and perfectly.
Thanks for the post

Roopa said...

wow thats very delicious snack great for evening tea!

Tee said...

What a neat idea and it looks really mouth watering!

Sharmi said...

that tart is different. I prefer savory rather than sweet. lovely idea and looks awesome.

Priyanka said...

Saju, thats sucha great recipe... simpe yet awesome.... i m imagining the taste in my mind:) am bookmarking it. thanks for sharing

anusharaji said...

this was always my comfort food...easy and tasty

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