How awesome is it that the recipe was already vegan? Well, except that it called for butter which was easily substituted with Earth Balance. It was too easy to make! The dough is supposed to be stretched and made very thin but even if it tears a bit, any minor imperfections are hidden when the dough and filling is rolled up into a log. Love that part!
Linda and Courtney made apple filling for theirs, but as part of the challenge, they gave free reign to us to come up with whatever filling we wished, be it sweet or savoury.
I diced a mango and tossed it in a couple of tbsp's of rum before rolling it up and baking it in the oven.
I used a baking stone, as I do with pretty much everything that I bake, be it cookies or pizza or whatever. Here's the finished product before I sliced it up:
I chose not to use sugar and cinnamon, but decided instead to keep it as sugar free as possible. Mango is so sweet already, so all I did was drizzle on a bit of agave nectar before indulging in this treat - and I had only a teeny bit of guilt about eating it at 10pm right before going to bed.