Friday, 24 April 2009


Once upon a time there were two girls from two different countries, one girl was Angélica (me) from Sweden, and the other was Titta from Finland. The two met in a Westlife-chat room many years ago, and a friendship blossomed out of countless hours of mutual adoration for said boy band. The friendship is still going strong after almost 10 years, despite the fact that we have actually never met in person. The adoration for said boy band is, however, long forgotten. I received the recipe for "Fetajuttu" from Titta to share with the rest of world. I have not made it myself, but Titta assures me it is delicious.
"Fetajuttu" means "the feta thing" in Finnish.

serves 2-3

400 g feta cheese
1 red pepper
400 g crushed tomatoes
ground black pepper
olive oil

Heat oven to 200 C

1. Cube or crumble the feta cheese. Dice the red pepper.

2. Put in an ovenproof dish and pour in the tomatoes. Season with ground pepper and drizzle with olive oil.

3. Place in the oven for 30 minutes.

Spread on top of bread or eat it as it is. Can be reheated, and might be freezer friendly.

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