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Fresh Mozzarella and Pesto Tart Have you ever sat and wondered what to cook in just a short little time Something that is first-rate and looks like you stood over a stove all day making this wonderful meal I know everyone has had that experience Here is a delightful and expeditious recipe to make that will knock the boots off of the person or people you are cooking for The preparation time of the recipe is about twenty-five minutes The cooking time is twenty-two minutes The serving size is six The ingredients you need is one sixteen ounce loaf of frozen whole wheat or white bread dough that needs to be thawed one beaten egg one tablespoon of olive oil or cooking oil one half pound of skinless boneless chicken breasts or thighs cut into bite size pieces one small onion sliced and separated into rings one small yellow or green sweet pepper cut into thin strips about one half cup one fourths teaspoon of lemon-pepper seasoning one fourth cup of pesto three plum tomatoes Italian style thinly sliced and six ounces of smoked or regular fresh mozzarella thinly sliced Some utensils you will be needing is a skillet fork some kind of stirring utensil a tart pan with removable bottom and pot holders for the pan and skillet On a lightly floured surface roll the bread into a ten-inch circle Then place the bread in a greased eleven-inch tart pan with a removable bottom pressing the bread to fit into the bottom of the pan Prick the crust with a fork You then brush the crust with the beaten egg You put the crust into the oven at four hundred degrees Fahrenheit for twelve to fifteen minutes or until the crust is golden brown Then when the crust is golden brown you need to transfer the crust from the pan to a wire rack and leave it on it until it is
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