Breakfast Pizza & Topping Ideas

This post is really just for me to keep track of the pizza toppings that we have enjoyed the most. Since trying out Jim Lahey’s recipe – it’s fair to say that we’ve all become a bit infatuated with the simplicity of the no-knead dough recipe and enjoyed experimenting with a myriad of toppings. I will add to this post as we taste test our way through more medleys…and I would also appreciate any interesting suggestions? Duck, spring onion and hoisin is something I’d like to try soon, as well as sweet pizzas and a pizza Rosa (which I have heard is composed of the following – red onion, Parmigiano Reggiano, rosemary and pistachios…….. I don’t want to stray too far from the authentic Italian toppings and would never dream of ranch sauce or even BBQ chicken….I think as far as pizzas go, simplicity is often key.

Here is the link to the dough recipe on the blog –

https://thetravellingpantry.com/2014/10/28/no-knead-pizza-dough-2-very-simple-toppings/

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  • Olive tapenade
  • Pears sautéed in butter and maple
  • Brie
  • Rosemary

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  • Sausage (taken out of skin and fried in small chunks)
  • Fior di Latte
  • Sage leaves
  • Caremalised onions
  • Red pepper flakes

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  • Fresh tomato base
  • Sausage (taken out of skin and fried in small chunks)
  • Fior di Latte
  • Sage leaves
  • Caremalised sliced fennel

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  • Fresh tomato base
  • Fried smoked bacon
  • Mozzarella
  • Parmesan
  • Egg carefully cracked into the middle

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  • Smoked salmon or hot smoked salmon
  • Chunks of a garlic cheese, such as Boursin
  • Shaves asparagus and spears
  • Red onion
  • Chopped chives

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  • Fresh tomato base
  • Mozzarella
  • Basil leaves

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  • Fior di latte and/or garlic cheese
  • Courgette ribbons
  • Lots of freshly ground black pepper

 

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. Damn fine. I would take the lot… Please.
    I still can’t go past zucchini (courgette), bacon, anchovy and cheese. Mmmmmm, pizza 🙂

    1. katiebonken says:

      Damn right – bacon and courgette, what masters!

  2. Andrea says:

    Breakfast pizza — you are speaking my language!

    1. katiebonken says:

      hahhaha…and it’s almost the weekend…..why not ey

  3. I have been wanting to try a breakfast pizza. Thanks for sharing!

    1. katiebonken says:

      No worries Debbie, hope you enjoy!

  4. Beautiful. The caramelized fennel and sage one sounds so good! I have tested the no-knead recipe and it is easy and surprisingly delicious.

    1. katiebonken says:

      So glad you tried it…..so good when you find such a basic recipe that suits

  5. Nutssy says:

    I completely agree with you on not not straying too far from authentic italian toppings !! and i love your posts 🙂 Thank you for sharing.

    1. katiebonken says:

      That’s really nice to hear, thank you and yes, we’ll forget about the pimped up toppings for now. Simplicity and quality is key.

  6. Yum! Katie a few of our favourites are roasted pumpkin, sage and feta; asparagus, proscuitto and mozzarella; caramelised onion, thyme, anchovies and parmesan; and of course anchovies, olives, capers and mozzarella.
    Beck

    1. katiebonken says:

      Sound delicious! Can’t believe I forgot about anchovies…oh well, next time!

  7. Thanks for the link to the no-knead dough. Great pizzas here, I do love a pizza! Have you tried a pizza bianca with potatoes and sausage? Very tasty 🙂

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