Tart with sausage, feta cheese and Tomato-chili pate
An amazing tart with sausage, feta cheese and tomato-chili pate, an exclusive Wise Greece product! Cook for a good cause, using Wise Greece products! Time to try a savory tart, which can be combined amazingly with salad and become a full meal!
Ingredients for the dough for a 24cm tart.
300g. All purpose flour
170 gr. butter, cut into small pieces
50 ml of cold water
1 teaspoon of salt
A pinch of sugar
In a large bowl add the flour, the butter, the salt and the sugar, creating a small “puddle” in the middle. Add the egg, begin to knead the flour and slowly pour the cold water. Knead well in your hands until you have a homogeneous dough and shape it into a ball. Wrap the dough with a film and let it rest in the refrigerator for an hour before you use it. Roll out the dough with a rolling pin and form a round, uniform sheet of about ½ cm of thickness, slightly larger than the tart case. Put the dough in the tart case and cover the bottom and its walls. Create small holes with a fork, cover its surface with baking paper and put inside beans or any other legume you prefer. Bake it at 170° C for 15 minutes in air. Remove from the oven and remove the beans.
For the filling:
200 g. spicy sausage (we put Kozakiko sausage with paprika)
250 g. feta cheese
150ml heavy cream
Wise Greece / Tomato-chili pate (4 tablespoons)
Cut sausages into slices and stir fry them for 5-6 minutes in a nonstick pan. Let them cool. Brush the inside of the pre -baked tart with Tomato-chili pate. Put the slices of sausage on top, keeping some of them aside. Crumble the feta cheese, stir the heavy cream along with the 2 eggs and put into the mixture 2 heaped tablespoons of Tomato-chili pate along with the oregano. Add the feta cheese and stir. Fill the tart with the mixture and put over the remaining slices of sausage. Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 30-35 minutes, until the filling thickens. Let the tart cool down, cut it and serve it!
* We would like to thank the food blogger Christine Theochari! See more recipes in her blog Food Spells!