Olive Recipes

Geoff Crawford
Deep Fried Stuffed Olives

Deep Fried Stuffed Olives

Ingredients:  100g panko or coarse dried breadcrumbs 1 x Packet Telegraph Hill Rosemary and Garlic Pitted Olives (drained) 80g feta, mozzarella (whole not grated) or brie 3 tbsp plain flour 1 egg , beaten 300ml Telegraph Hill Olive oil    Chop or rip your cheese of choice into small pieces that will fit inside the olives Drain the Telegraph Hill Rosemary and Garlic Pitted Olives and stuff with the cheese Tip the bread crumbs into a shallow dish. Toss the olive gently in flour, then in the beaten egg and then the bread crumbs. If the coating looks a little thin you may need to do...

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Geoff Crawford
BBQ Orange and Fennel Flat Breads

BBQ Orange and Fennel Flat Breads

You can store these in the fridge once they are rolled out between sheets of baking paper. You can even make the dough in the bread maker. Great to do ahead of time and then pull out and cook on the BBQ- sure to impress.

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Tracy Dennis
Muffaletta

Muffaletta

1 cup pitted olives, preferably a mix of black and green, roughly chopped 1 tablespoon minced shallots 2 tablespoons capers, rinsed and roughly chopped 1/2 cup roasted red capsicum diced 2 to 3 hot pickled peppers chopped 3 tablespoons Telegraph Hill extra virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar   1 loaf focaccia, halved (or French stick) 100g salami, thinly sliced 100g capicola, thinly sliced 100g mortadella, thinly sliced 100g provolone cheese, thinly sliced  Mix the olives, shallots, capers, capsicum, peppers, Telegraph Hill extra virgin olive oil and red wine vinegar together. Season to taste with salt and pepper...

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Tracy Dennis

BBQ Orange and Fennel Flat Breads

  1 Tablespoon honey1 ½ cups luke warm water4 Cups all-purpose flour; more as needed2 teaspoons. active dry yeast1 ½ teaspoons Salt2 Tablespoons Telegraph Hill Extra Virgin Olive Oil more for the bowl and for brushing½ Cup Pitted, Roughly Chopped, Telegraph Hill Burnt Orange and Fennel Olives plus the oil from the packet.2 teaspoons flaky sea salt   Dissolve the honey in 1-1/2 cups lukewarm water. The water should neither feel hot or cold when you put your finger in it. Using a mixer fitted with the dough hook, or in a large bowl by hand mix the flour, yeast,...

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