Thursday, February 6, 2014

Breakfast pizza

I love breakfast pizza... The first time I ever had it was at a Whole Foods store in Ann Arbor, MI... cooked in a stone oven, so good & very flavorful.. awesome...  but it is hard to find it out, and since I don't work in Ann Arbor any longer, and I am no where near a whole foods store.. thinking I have to come up with a recipe on my own....

I added, chopped red onion, cooked crumbled sausage, salami, bacon, & green pepper, but you can add anything you like on pizza, pepperoni, mushrooms, all vegetables anything goes..and I used dried herbs, but you can finely chop fresh..think parsley, basil etc...) next time I am going to try some spinach..YUM.. and to make it easy on myself, I used prepared pizza dough, in a tube.  ( you get this near the canned biscuits)... but you can make your own dough, just adjust the cooking time accordingly... make this for your family soon.. enjoy

Breakfast pizza

1 can refridgerated pizza dough
2 eggs
1 T white wine
1 T half & half
toppings of your choice ( I used red onion & green pepper, diced very small, small sliced salami, cooked sausage crumbled, & bacon bits)
2-3 cups cups shredded cheese, I use co-jack, mozzerella & a small amount of parmesan)
seasonings of your choice ( I used garlic salt & pepper, dried parsley )

For topping the pizza when it comes out of the oven:
2-3 T butter, melted mixed with a sprinkling of garlic salt
Freshly grated parmesan cheese
Red pepper flakes (optional)

Preheat oven to 425.  On a large baking sheet, spray with non stick spray.  Unroll the pizza dough making a rectangle and making a slight lip/edge on the dough (so the eggs won't run off the sides of the dough).  Prick the dough with a fork all over and bake for about 6-7 minutes. When the crust is pre baking with a fork, mix the eggs, wine & half & half.  Add seasonings and beat well with a fork.  When the crust is done pre baking, take the eggs and gently pour over the hot crust, taking a brush and making an even layer of eggs, over the crust being careful that the egg mixture doesn't run over the side of the crust.  Add the toppings, saving the cheese for last.  Sprinkle the cheese evenly over the toppings.  Place in oven and bake for around 6-7 minutes or u ntil the bottom of the crust is golden brown and cheese is melted.  When the pizza is done, carefully slide it onto a big board (I used a big cutting board), brush the edges of the crust with the garlic butter, and sprinkle very lightly with Parmesan.  I serve the red pepper flakes at the table and those that like it a little extra spicy, can add their own.  Enjoy :)

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