From: doussis@convex1.TCS.Tulane.EDU (Evangelos Doussis)
Date: Thu, 8 Jul 93 13:24:57 -0500
[a rich dish, brilliant for lunch at work served hot, or warm] the dough : ----------- 3 cups all purpose flour 1 cup warm water 2 tbl spoons oil 1/2 spoon oregano dash of salt mix ingredients; knead for about 2-3 minutes; adding flour to until it doesn't stick to the hands - separate into 3 equal parts the filling : ------------ a couple of chopped green shallots (can replace with 1/3 white onion) 1/3 cup finely chopped parsley 2 cups feta cheese , crumbled 1/3 cup freshly grated romano cheese 1/2 cup whole milk or better still, half & half 3 eggs salt, pepper, thyme beat eggs; mix all other ingredients; heat in pot until cheese starts melting; allow to cool to room temperature; then mix in eggs the assembly : ------------- roll out the 3 dough balls- so that each one is a bit bigger than your baking pan (i use 8x12 in.)- the amount of dough, for that size will give you the right thickness place the first layer on the greased pan, with ends hanging over the pan rim - add half the filling follow on with the second dough layer -add the rest of the filling finish off with the last dough layer; fold the dough layers together pluck a few holes, making sure you go through the second layer of dough bake for 3/4 hour at around 400F enjoy, with a simple tomato and cucumber salad
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