Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Prosciutto Arugula Pizza

 

5 ingredients


15 minutes


better pizza than at a restaurant

Prosciutto Arugula Pizza  

1 prepared pizza dough
1/4 cup pizza sauce OR a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil or garlic or truffle infused olive oil
1/4 cup shaved Parmesan,  Romano, Asiago blend (or any of the 3)
3 oz prosciutto di Parma 
2 handfuls arugula 

Preheat oven with pizza stone to 550 degrees F for at least one hour. 

Roll room temperature dough on a floured surface into a large circle. *If you're nervous about sliding the pizza into the hot oven, form your circle on a piece of parchment paper and cook the pizza on the paper. Top dough with pizza sauce or a drizzle of olive oil. Sprinkle with cheese. Bake 8-10 minutes. 
Remove pizza from oven and top with prosciutto and arugula. Sprinkle with a little more shaved cheese.



17 comments:

  1. Great pictures, how can I resist?

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  2. yummy mummy! You are amazing.

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  3. delicious! (minus the pork since i don't eat meat, lol) yummy...

    TRAVEL DESIGNERY

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  4. Martha Stewart WHO?

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  5. I love proscuitto and argula. I love all those ingredients. What a great idea. I use to enjoy this great little gourmet pizza place in Greenville NC that had pizza varieties like this, but down in that south eastern part of NC they just don't appreciate food like that. Glad I moved!

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  6. I heart all of the flavors of this pizza. Your pictures look incredible. They made me feel like I was in a gourmet pizza place. I had to giggle when I saw this post! I made pizza last night for dinner!!! I hope you have a great day!!

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  7. o.o awesome!
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  8. This is the way we eat everyday! We own a Northern Italian restaurant, and make small wood-fired pizzette. How can anyone resist prosciutto on top of anything? HEAVEN!

    Your site is awesome (and I can't wait to try a few recipes)! Also, thanks for your recent follow. I'm following back through Bloggy Moms!

    Baby Talk without the Babble

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  9. You have mouthwatering photos..I love how you made pizza! Fantastic recipe!!!

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  10. This looks so good and I love pizza!

    I'm just stopping by from the blog hop! I'm now following and would love if you would stop by and visit sometime at http://www.formulamom.com ! Have a great day!

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  11. I love making homemade pizza! I'm trying this recipe next time I do. I found you via Fab Friends Thursday Blog Hop and am now following. I look forward to new recipes and creative ideas :)

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  12. Mmmmmm...looks yummy! My husband is on a diet so we're eating soooo much healthier! {I even eat spinach in my eggs for God's sake} He said he wanted to make a pizza with the kids. I'm going to try it! Oh and your blog has such a clean and refreshed look to it! Great job! Be blessed!

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  13. Where do I place my order?? 1-800-Yum-Mummy

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  14. love it last night I watched Iron Chefs american where the secret ingredient was prosciutto no one made pizza how funny that is now here you have one up on even the pros wow I am now a follower of yours you can find me at http://shopannies.boogspot.com

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  15. Seriously Marina, this picture is ridiculous!! So beautiful!

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  16. My G*d...your photos are unbelievably good.

    Here you had me at arugala. I make a fantastic summer pasta - warm not cold - with arugala and pecorino cheese.

    Fabulous!

    xo
    babymama

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  17. More yumminess! Looks great!

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