This Friday: same procedure as every week. But that also meant that we come home hungry at about eight and didn't have that much time to cook. So we tried another potatoe pizza, one that doesn't have the potatoes in the dough, like the other one, but on top. Potatoes are a super pizza topping, I was quite surprised!
Normally, you'd use a yeast dough for a pizza, but as we were a bit
So here is the how-to:
For the dough, mix together:
300 g flour
3 tsp baking powder
a dash of salt
150 g sour cream
100 ml milk
100 ml oil (canola or alike)
For the topping:
125 g bacon, squared
3-4 potatoes, very thinly sliced
1 mozzarelly cheese, thinly sliced
2 leeks, sliced
freshly grated parmesan cheese
Preheat the oven to 175°C.
Fry the bacon and set it aside, but leave the grease in the pan.
In the bacon's grease, sauté the leek for a bout 3 minutes.
Mix the dough ingredients in a bowl. You don't actually need a kitchen machine or an electric mixer, a spoon will do.
Roll out the dough on a floured surface using that new silicone covered rolling pin the geek gave you for christmas on which the douhg won't stick. I love the geek, have I ever mentioned that before? Sprinkle with salt.
Place the dough on a baking sheet and sprinkle with salt.
Lay out the potatoes slices in a pretty, overlapping pattern and sprinkle them with salt, too. If you slice the potatoes just before you need them, they won't turn brown.
Add the mozzarelly cheese slices. No need for a pretty pattern.
Add the leek.
Add the bacon.
Sprinkle generously with parmesan cheese.
Bake the pizza for about 10 - 15 minutes and avoid going to watch the news on TV. Might make you miss that point after which the pizza becomes a bit too brown and crispy at the edges.
Add more wine and enjoy a tasty wintery pizza that warms the heart.
Delicious! None of the ingredients covers the taste of the others, not even the bacon. Really well done, kitchen fairies. I could also imagine some goat cheese on top, so I guess I'll have to make that one again soon.