Potato Pizza – the best pizza ever!!!

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Behold I got a pizza baking stone! And before you tell yourself, you are not going to try it out because you don’t have one, then don’t worry you can easily make a pizza from this recipe anyway (But seriously, go buy that pizza baking stone, the pizza will be so much better) So this will be one of my NOT low calorie recipes. I kind of live a 80/20 lifestyle, eating healthy and low calorie on week days and then make room for the less healthy on the weekends, and why not share some of these recipes with you guys?!

It’s so easy to make your own pizza, and it will be much better than the ones you can buy, I promise.

Ingredients:

(makes one pizza)

Pizza dough:

150 gram pizza flour

1½ deciliter water

20 gram yeast

2 tbs. olive oil

1 tsp. salt

Topping:

125 gram fresh mozzarella

3 tbs. Philadelphia cream cheese

3 slices Parma ham

2 stalks of fresh rosemary

1 potato, cut in thin slices on a mandolin iron or with a very sharp knife

Instructions:

Mix yeast with the water (the water should not be to warm or to cold), then mix it with salt, olive oil and flour. Set the dough away for an hour, and then it should be ready.

Preheat the oven for 200 degrees, put the pizza baking stone in the oven before you heath it (or else it will break)

Roll out the dough with a rolling pin, to circle that fits with the pizza stone.

Put the topping on the pizza, starting with the mozzarella and the dub a little of the cream cheese on, and then you can put the rest pf the topping on.

Take the stone out of the oven (careful, it’s insanely hot) and place the pizza gently on it, and bake it for 10 minutes.

 

 

Purple potato pizza with sage and zucchini:

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Hopefully you are not already tired of pizza recipes? Because since I got my pizza baking stone, I been making pizza almost every week, this one is vegetarian with vegetables from my garden, both the zucchini, the herbs and the potatoes has been harvested   from my little garden.

So I promise this will be the last potato pizza for a while, but there will be a lot more pizza recipes , hope you will enjoy them as much as I do:

Ingredients:

(makes one pizza)

Pizza dough:

150 gram pizza flour

1½ deciliter water

20 gram yeast

2 tbs. olive oil

1 tsp. salt

Topping:

125 gram fresh mozzarella

3 tbs. Ricotta cheese

Half a zucchini, cut in thin slices on a mandolin iron or with a very sharp knife

1 potato, cut in thin slices on a mandolin iron or with a very sharp knife

2 stalks of fresh rosemary

Sage leaves

 

Instructions:

Mix yeast with the water (the water should not be to warm or to cold), then mix it with salt, olive oil and flour. Set the dough away for an hour, and then it should be ready.

Preheat the oven for 200 degrees, put the pizza baking stone in the oven before you heath it (or else it will break)

Roll out the dough with a rolling pin, to circle that fits with the pizza stone.

Put the topping on the pizza, starting with the mozzarella and the dub a little of the ricotta cheese on, and then you can put the rest pf the topping on.

Take the stone out of the oven (careful, it’s insanely hot) and place the pizza gently on it, and bake it for 10 minutes.

 

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Chorizo Pizza with green peppers

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It’s weekend tomorrow so let’s celebrate with a home made pizza and never mind the calories 🙂 I always love a good pizza, so here is a recipe to satisfy your pizza craving, the combination of chorizo and green pepper is amazing and I never get tired of it.

Ingredients:

(makes one pizza, make it double you you are two)

Pizza dough:

150 gram pizza flour

1½ deciliter water

20 gram yeast

2 tbs. olive oil

1 tsp. salt

Topping:

100 gram  mozzarella

8 slices good quality chorizo

Tomato sauce:

1 can of good quality canned tomatoes (or 5 fresh tomatoes)

1 garlic clove

Fresh basil

1 tsp. dried oregano

Salt and pepper

Instructions:

Mix yeast with the water (the water should not be to warm or to cold), then mix it with salt, olive oil and flour. Set the dough away for an hour, and then it should be ready.

Make the tomato sauce: Put all the ingredients in a blender and blend. Heat it up in a casserole and let it simmer for five minutes. Since you only need a ladle full of the tomato sauce for one pizza, you can just freeze the rest for the next time you are in the mood for pizza.

Turn on the toven for 250 degrees, put the pizza baking stone in the oven before you heath it (or else it will break)

Roll out the dough with a rolling pin, to circle that fits with the pizza stone.

Put the topping on the pizza, starting with the tomato sauce.

Take the stone out of the oven (careful, it’s insanely hot) and place the pizza gently on it, and bake it for 10 minutes.

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