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Bon appetit. Part 3.

Let me write another abstract post about healhty and not really kinds of food since it’s getting very popular to publish recipes especially those that don’t require special skills. I also would like to share one delicious we cook from time to time. It may look like usual pizza but it seems to me much tastier then bought in grocery or devlivered by pizza service. Perhaps because of miminal amout of dangerous ingredients.
This recipe can be related to the category of “fast and simple course” and can be useful if you want make a dinner quickly or suddenly you’ve got a friends behind your door.
Most of required ingridients almost always exist in any fridge. For two persons we need two frozen pastry sheets, tomato, an onion, salty cucumbers (10 if gherkin), 15 agarics (frozen allowed too), sausage 100gr, ketchup, cheese for sprinkle.

It makes certain sense to permorm several operations simultaneously in order to make the process faster.
Defrost pastry, washing and chop up the mashrooms, cleaning the opion, chop it up to half-rings. Start frying mushrooms and half of onion adding a bit of sundlower oil, salting it all. Meanwhile chopping up with thin pieces tomoato, cucumbers, sausage. When the pastry is unfrozen, grease the pan with oil and spread the dough. Gently stretch the dough over the entire area of ​​the pan.

Grease the dough with ketchup and cover it with rest of ingridients. You can slug it to pin down, in the process of food it won’t drop.

Sprinkle with grated cheese and put it all to the oven. Bake until cooked dough. Dough readiness can be determined by color. Estimate time is about 15-20 minutes.

Pull out and enjoy. Bon appetit!

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