Coca De Recapte


bread flour, dry yeast, sugar, salt, pepper, eggplants, sardines, salt, olive oil

Coca de recapte is a traditional Spanish coca variety that's commonly found in Catalonia and Valencia. In Catalonia, this is the most common coca variety which is often sold in bakeries. It consists of a thin bread-dough base that's topped with eggplants and roasted peppers (known as escalivada) in addition to tomatoes and onions. The dough is made with flour, salt, olive oil, yeast, sugar, and warm water, while the topping is made with a combination of eggplants, red bell …

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Created Oct. 31, 2020 by: atasneem

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