White wholegrain tomato pizza

13 May

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Since Richard is gone, I can revive one of my affairs – tomatoes! He is not too fond of them (unless it is in Ketchup, I guess). So tonight I made one of my favorite pizzas: White wholegrain tomato pizza. And I thought since this is the Knusperhaus, I’d share the recipe with you. Definitely good enough to lure all kinds of kids into your oven.

DOUGH:

250g whoelwheat flour

5g salt

Yeast (I use dry yeast, tastes better, I think)

1/2 teaspoon sugar

1/2 teaspoon olive oil

125ml warm water

* Mix until a ball of dough forms, let rise until approx. doubled in size – maybe 30min to an hour.

* Preheat oven to 250°C (or as high as it will go).

* Roll dough out as thin as possible and bake for a few minutes.

TOPPINGS

* 200g herb cream cheese of choice

* 1-2 teaspoon mustard

* more herbs (I used oregano and basil)

* 1 egg

* 2 tomatoes, sliced

* 125g mozzarella, diced

* 2 teaspoon parmesan or finely chopped nuts (optional)

Mix cream cheese, mustard, herbs and egg and spread over pizza dough. Top with tomato slices and cheese and/or nuts. Bake for approx 15min at 200°C (400°F?).

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4 Responses to “White wholegrain tomato pizza”

  1. Liathano May 14, 2013 at 6:13 pm #

    Ich habe auch sehr lange gebraucht, bis ich Tomaten mochte – und ganz roh ohne irgendwas dazu esse ich sie immer noch nicht gern. Und ich dachte, da wäre ich so ziemlich die einzige Person, die meisten Leute verschmähen ja standardmäßig eher sowas wie Spargel oder Pilze. ^^

    Pizza habe ich gestern aber auch gemacht, allerdings die Monstervariante mit viel buntem Gemüse und einer veganen “Käse”sauce, die kalorientechnisch mit dem Original bestimmt mithalten kann.

    • diandralinnemann May 16, 2013 at 3:07 pm #

      Ungefähr das einzige Gemüse bislang, mit dem man mich jagen kann, ist Rosenkohl. Aber der eignet sich gut als Nahkampfwaffe. ^^

  2. Magaly Guerrero May 16, 2013 at 3:04 pm #

    It looks deliciously cheesy. My Piano Man is not very tomato friendly either. He would eat them in soup, but that’s a far as he goes.

    • diandralinnemann May 16, 2013 at 3:08 pm #

      What is their problem with tomatoes? Add a little sugar, and they taste almost exactly like strawberries (in fact, that is how cheap “strawberry” jam was made… or that’s what my father told me after working in the food industry).

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