Recipe Pissaladière (French Pizza)

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  • Pissaladière (French Pizza)
  • 8Servings
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  • Total
  • 205 kCal
    Per serving
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  • Category : Appetizers
  • Sub-category : Tartes and Quiches
  • Difficulty : 3
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  • 1 baking sheet
  • 1 saucepan


  1. Make the pizza dough and set aside, making sure to let the dough rise twice

  2. Prepare the onion purée: Mince the onions and cook over very low heat in olive oil with the crushed garlic. Don't allow the onions to start browning. Simmer until you have a smooth purée (about 40 minutes)

  3. Preheat oven to 450°F (230°C). Roll out the dough on a floured baking sheet. Spread the anchovy paste over the dough and cover with onion purée. Garnish with the olives and bake about 25 minutes. Serve warm.

Final Thoughts...

  • A real treat :) Traditionally pissaladière is made with onions and pissala, a sort of salt-fish paste where the dish gets its name from. But it's not always easy to find...The anchovy purée works well as a substitute; you can use anchovies in olive oil as well.


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