Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Fig and Pig Pizza

So this is what I was trying to make Sunday when things just wouldn't come together and I said that Sunday wasn't treating me very nicely. I went to 4 stores to find all the ingredients and when I finally did, there was a slit in the pizza dough bag and it filled with water as I attempted to defrost it thus thwarting all the effort. Alas, I will not be denied. I grabbed another container of dough today and let the magic happen! This is such an easy, delicious pizza (once you have everything you need) that tastes and looks very gourmet and impressive.

Fig Preserves
5-6 thin slices of Prosciutto
~6 ounces of Gorgonzola
Pizza Dough

First, spread the dough out on a greased baking pan and prebake according to the instructions. I used Pillsbury Artisan Whole Grain pizza dough in the tube and prebaked it at 400 for 8 minutes.

Then, spread a VERY THIN LAYER of fig preserves on the dough. Fig is super sweet and can be really overwhelming in excess amounts. 

Next, evenly sprinkle the gorgonzola over the preserves. 

Finally, lay the slices of prosciutto over the top. I chose to tear the prosciutto into smaller pieces to make cutting easier. If you're preparing this for a party, you may want to lay the prosciutto in whole slices just for presentation purposes!

Do a final bake according to your dough instructions and enjoy!


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