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Tomato-spinach pitza March 4, 2010

Filed under: Panda,Pitza,Pizza — finnsdotter @ 6:23 pm
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Pitza, also known as pita-pizza, are a great way to make cheese sandwiches. Instead of using regular bread, you use pita bread, and simply add whatever you want to them. Here’s one version I made for Trampe not long ago. You’ll need:

  • Garlic pita bread
  • Tomato sauce with basil
  • Spinach
  • Mozzarella
  • Cheddar

Cut the pitas in two, leaving one half to place on top of the pitzas. Rinse the spinach, then place it in a hot pan to wilt. Spread the tomato sauce on the pitas, then add the wilted spinach and the cheese.

Put them in a cold oven, setting it to 150 degrees centigrade for about ten minutes.

If, for some reason, you keep some Tajin Clásico, sprinkle a little on the pitzas when you’ve baked them for a yummy twist.

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Nice spinach

Filed under: Breakfast,Trampe — Aleksander Nordgarden-Rødner @ 6:13 pm
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Remember when you were a kid, and you mom served you spinach with something? Remember how it was gooey and didn’t look inviting at all? Yeah, me too. I thought that was the only way to serve spinach. I have since learned better. I picked the original recipe up from Jamie Oliver I think, and here’s how I do it. You’ll need:

  • Spinach
  • Butter
  • Lemon juice
  • Salt and pepper

Rinse the spinach, and melt the butter in a pan. Put the spinach in the pan, and let it wilt for a little while, moving it around all the time, so that everything gets a little butter on it. Take the pan off the heat, and add salt, pepper and lemon juice. Serve with eggs and toast.