Crunchy winter pizza with cabbage, mascarpone and gorgonzola
Flower Sprouts or Spearmint are my favorite veggies this winter and, above all, crunchy roasted on a great winter pizza , I've spotted them already last year and have already seen them in recipes from Ottolenghi, but this year their time has come and they are so popular that you can easily get them on the market. As the name suggests, it is a kind of mixture of Brussels sprouts and kale. Pretty, tiny little cabbages, tender as young kale, not too bitter, but spicy. I love these adorable little florets! Of course, if you do not get them, you can also make the pizza either with young kale (use the tender leaves) or with normal Brussels sprouts.
Crispy Vegetarian Winter Pizza
Flower Sprouts can also be processed wonderfully like Brussels sprouts, for example in risotto, sliced in butter as a side dish, roasted with parmesan and nuts in the oven. They are also suitable as raw food in a salad or in a green smoothie. Or on pizza. On a white pizza. On a white pizza with mascarpone. And Gorgonzola! A real winter pizza! The combination is really awesome and my current favorite pizza (in addition to Rocky Balboas bacon in 485 degrees) for the home.
The recipe I have classic with Brussels sprouts again in an issue of British BBC Good Food magazine discovered and easy modified for my taste. The combination of tender cabbage, creamy mascarpone and spicy gorgonzola is really awesome. The crunchy pizza topping - the winter pizza pizza is ready! Just winter pizza.
Winter pizza with cabbage, mascarpone and gorgonzola
- FOR PIZZATING
- 150 g of flour
- 5 g fresh yeast
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 100 ml lukewarm water 1 tablespoon of olive oil
- semolina for the baking sheet
- FOR THE PIZZA
- 150 g Spices (flower sprouts, alternatively brussels sprouts)
- 2 garlic cloves
- 2 tablespoons of olive oil
- fine sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
For the pizza dough, place the flour in a mixing bowl and work the yeast directly into the flour with your fingertips. Add salt, water and oil and knead into a smooth dough with your hands, the dough hook or in the food processor.This makes the pizza look a bit more rustic. Let rest the dough again for 15 minutes, in between prepare the toppings and preheat the oven to 250 ° C top and bottom heat.
Bake the pizza in the preheated oven for about 12 minutes, until the cheese is melted and the pizza is baked nicely golden brown.
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