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      A bread of Cyprus/Greece/Turkish origin.
      Dough: Make 1-4 days ahead
      - 25g sugar
      - 4g instant dried yeast
      - 100g yogurt or buttermilk
      - 140g water
      - apx. 15g olive oil
      - 9g salt
      - 450g AP fluor
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      - Mix in the flour.
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      - Apx 8 garlic cloves, halved (optional)
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      - Filling 1:  100g roasted peppers, coarsely chopped (or instead, use double the next filling)
      - Filling 2:  1 large onion and one leek, chopped and sauteed soft (or instead, use another 100g roasted peppers)
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      150 ml white wine vinegar
      1 star anise
      1/2 a red onion, chopped
      2 cloves garlic, chopped
      1 thumb of ginger, chopped
      1 or 2 red chillies, chopped
      3-4 mangoes, chopped
      1 tsp black mustard seeds
      salt and pepper
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      8 servings

      I usually make one of these every weekend. It's great to have on hand for snacking and it never needs to get boring because you can change the filling to anything you want or anything that you have on hand.
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      1 tablespoon granulated sugar
      2 1/2 teaspoons active dry yeast
      2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
      3/4 teaspoon salt
      1/2 cup pizza sauce
      1/2 pound sliced Italian cold cuts or pepperoni
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      1 egg beaten
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