- 1 batch Pizza Dough, EDC (risen till doubled in size)
- 200 grams Swiss Brown Mushrooms, sliced
- 100 grams cubed parmesan cheese
- 150 grams Tasty Cheese cubed, Grate both cheeses in batches of 150gms
- 200 grams Sliced bacon, Or Proscutto
- 50 grams curly kale leaves, or Spinach
- 40 grams parmesan, cubed
- 3-4 cloves garlic
- 160 grams pinenuts
- 100 grams Basil leaves
- 120 grams Olive Oli
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Place Parmesan cheese and garlic in TM bowl and grate for 10 seconds on speed 10.
Add pine nuts and grind for 5 seconds on speed 7
Place basil and kale into bowl (mine was right up to the top of the bowl) and chop on speed 6 for approx 10 seconds, with aid of spatula.
Add oil and blend on speed 4 until smooth paste
(Can be used on pasta etc) delicious J
Roll or stretch dough out on bread mat or baking paper, into rectangle shape about 40 cm x 15cm (making sure this length will fit in your oven)
Spread Pesto, thickly down centre of dough all the way along the length of the rectangle. (about 5 inches wide)
Sprinkle with chopped Bacon and mushrooms and grated cheese on top (be generous)
Using your SPATULA, cut 2 inch slices on a 45 degree angle down both sides of the filling to resemble a fish skeleton, making sure you have the same amount of "gills" either side
Then criss cross the straps all the way down the dough forming a plait.
Bake at 180 degrees for 25-30 mins, until golden Brown
Serve whole on the centre of table on long chopping board and slice in thick pieces.
I have included a picture of how to do the plait but please note this is not the same filling. The picture is of my Cranberry Brioche for Christmas time. You can fill with anything you like. For the Brioche I brought the two ends around to touch each other to form a wreath.
Basil and Kale Pesto
To Assemble and Plait
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