Delicious no-sauce pizza - olive oil, cambozola cheese and figs!
Dough:1/4 ounce dry active Yeast1 cup tepid Water1/4 cup Olive oil2 cups bread Flour2 teaspoon Kosher Salt1 pinch SugarTopping:3 ounces Cambozola cheese (room temperature- rind removed)12 Figs4 medium Shallots (thinly sliced)Cabernet or Pinot Noir for marinadeParmesan cheeseHoney
*Note figs need to be marinated at least four hours before prep.Dough-Dissolve together yeast and warm water. Add olive oil, flour, salt and sugar. Mix until dough comes to a ball. Let rise until double in volume. Punch down and let rise again.Form pizza shell by rolling out with flour.Brush shell with olive oil.Topping-Top with cambozola cheese. Sprinkle with thinly sliced shallots.Take 12 figs (black mission, calmyra or other favorites- preferably fresh), slice and marinate in Cabernet or Pinot Noir for at least four hours - place on top of cheese.Sprinkle with Parmesan, salt and pepper, drizzle with honey.Cook on thin bed of cornmeal at 475 degrees for 10-12 minutes.
Makes 1 medium pizza. Nutrition is based on two servings, but recipe can be cut into smaller squares and served appetizer-style for parties.
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