19
Apr
09

Spinach & Humiliated Cranberries Pizza

Ingredients:

  • Dough:
    Flour
    Salt
    Unsalted butter
    Sugar
  • Toppings:
    Approx 1 tbsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    Some coarse kosher or sea salt
    4-5 oz fresh spinach
    1/4 cup sliced red onion
    4oz of crumbled feta cheese (or more if desired)
    4oz of grated mozzarella cheese
    1/4 cup of cranberry raisins

This one is really easy, especially if you have a breadmaker. Just use a basic dough recipe that works for you.  Water, flour, salt, butter, sugar & yeast. Run through the dough cycle. After it’s finished, go ahead and knead it down again. If you’re me, that means starting the dough cycle again for a couple minutes and then unplugging the machine.  🙂 Roll it out into your desired pizza shape.  I have a handy dandy pizza stone someone gave me when I got married, so I just sprinkle a little cornmeal on that and transfer the dough to rise in a warm oven for 30-40 minutes.  Then a pour a little oil on it, and sprinkle some salt (the amount depends on how sweet I made the dough). Cover that generously with fresh spinach. Then some sliced red onions, feta, mozzarella, and sprinkle your cranberries on top of that. I like to put all the toppings on in that order because the mozzarella will melt and hold it all together nicely so you don’t loose any goodness when you cut and serve it.  Cook in your oven 350′ until dough is slightly browned (usually about 30 minutes for mine). Enjoy!

In other news, my basil sprouted!!!!
I’m still keeping my fingers crossed, though. 🙂

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