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savory biscuits with olives and cheese.

 I like all types of biscuit: with nuts, with chocolate…but the idea of savory , I find much more fun to do. This is my third experiment with savory  biscuits and I apologize in advance…because  I really think there will be many others in the future.

 Perhaps because they are so easy to do and even  someone like me , so unfamiliar with yeast and flour, can manage! The principle is always the same … .. put in whatever you like. Unfortunately for me the cooking time is always a gamble   ….and the reason is, that I must always fight with my oven .I do know, I should consider myself a lucky person, because I have two ovens, but in reality… : a wood burning one  (which is actually outside the house) and another electric oven, super microscopic, in the kitchen! The wood oven must be put on three or even  four hours before cooking  and it therefore needs a lot of wood. Because of this we tend to use it when we are at least 5 or 6 people. So then,  my culinary experiments,  end up in the super microscopic one … .. that to be honest with you, works very much like a Barbie oven! A normal 15-minute cooking time takes me about 30 minutes, about the degrees it is better not to mention … .. !!!!! So the conclusion from “ lucky Lady two ovens”.. Is: if the biscuits come good  for me … .. I believe that in your oven they  will come out even better!

for 15 savory biscuits:
200 grams of flour
200 grams of Robiola cheese (soft cheese of your liking)
60 grams butter, melted
1 egg yolk
20 black olives (small), pitted and finely chopped
a handful of finely chopped fresh rosemary
a pinch of pepper

 How it works:
In a bowl combine cheese, butter, egg yolk , olives, rosemary and pepper. Mix. Place the flour on a board . Make a well in the centre add the cheese mixture. Work the flour in to a dough. Rap in cling film and let stand 1 hour in a cool place. Roll out the dough with a rolling pin (or an empty glass bottle), using a bit of flour (in this way the dough it’ll not stick on the board). Ones the dough is few centimeter tick, cut into small circles or squares . Bake in preheated oven for 20 minutes at 180 degrees (but depends on the oven!)

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