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Tart with chard and sardines

Serve baked tarts rich in garlic, capers and onions sprinkled with chard and spinach.

Tart with chard and sardines

Preparation steps

  • Cut the chard and arugula into smaller pieces, pour over the olive oil and mix well.
  • Finely chop the onion and capers, add the crushed garlic and mix everything well.
  • Roll out both pieces of dough on a floured surface to the size of 30x20 cm, then cut them in half so that you have a total of 4 pieces of dough.
  • Coat each piece with ¼ the amount of chopped tomatoes mixed with chopped onions and capers, spread 2/3 of the amount of chopped chard and arugula on the pieces of dough, and set the rest aside.
  • Tear the cheese into smaller pieces and spread the same on the dough.
  • Arrange the drained sardines on the dough and pour over with the rest of the sauce from the can. Add salt and pepper to the coarsely ground pepper.
  • Place two pieces of dough on a lightly floured baking sheet (40 x 30 cm) and bake them in an oven preheated to 210 ° C for about 20 minutes.
  • Repeat baking with remaining dough and vegetables.

Serving

Sprinkle the baked tarts with the rest of the chard and spinach and serve.

Advice

Serve warm or as cold snacks.

Tags

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