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Breakfast Pizza Recipe

    Breakfast Pizza Recipe

    How about some pizza with your morning meal? In a word, yes. Scrambled egg crumbles sit over a bed of vibrant vegetables on this morning pizza.

    Whenever pizza is mentioned, the conversation usually turns to its many forms. Do we have it in the morning? Uh, not really. However, we figured we’d make a recipe for morning pizza because it’s a thing and it would be great for a brunch. I’m often envious of the morning pizzas I see people eating at the farmers market near me, and this one seems quite similar to the one I’ve seen before. I’d rather have coffee than pizza for morning, so I reserve pizza for lunch or supper. It’s great for any meal, but especially breakfast. Here’s the recipe, so keep reading!

    Techniques for making a pizza for breakfast

    Which ingredients make for the best morning pizza? Of course, you can create one in many other ways. As I said before, I was inspired to make this morning pizza after seeing a similar grilled pizza at my neighbourhood farmer’s market. Of course, this is a quite broad interpretation.

    Since Alex and I try to stick to a plant-based diet, we seldom order pizzas with animal toppings. That’s why we went with a taste that’s reminiscent of sausage for our morning pizza. For those who are familiar with us, the answer is obvious: dried fennel seeds. Sausage often contains fennel, so when you eat fennel, your brain may mistake it for meat. (If you ate sausage as a kid, as we did!) We’ve used this method to add some meatiness to our morning pizza.

    Our Easy Pizza Sauce is perfect for morning pizzas. People who have tried this quick and easy pizza sauce in a blender have said they would never use another pizza sauce recipe again. Magic happens when you combine fire-roasted tomatoes with garlic, oregano, olive oil, and salt.

    Eggs scrambled in a pan are a necessary component of every morning pizza. We made some of the finest scrambled eggs ever, crumbled them up, and sprinkled them over the pizza. Add some chopped green and red bell peppers and thinly sliced red onions on top, and you’re good to go. We’ve never had a better morning pizza than this.

    Tutorial on preparing pizza dough

    The discussion about morning pizza preparation would be incomplete without a word regarding dough. A good pizza dough is the foundation for a delicious morning pizza. Using high-quality flour is one of our secrets for making exceptional pizza dough. The Tipo 00 flour we use produces a dough that is soft, pliable, and airy. The best place to get flour is online, and that’s where we get our Tipo 00.

    Our number one recommendation, however, is to make pizza on a stone. Crusts baked on a pizza stone achieve the perfect balance of crispiness on the exterior and chewiness on the inside. Read on for our top pick for pizza stones and some more information on how to properly maintain your new investment. We use a pizza peel to transfer the pizza from the counter to the hot stone. You can’t go wrong with either the Standard or Conveyor pizza peels. The bake of a baking sheet (or rimless baking sheet) may also be used, however it requires more finesse. The pizza peel works well for this purpose.

    Here are many pizza dough recipes to choose from, so you can create the perfect pie every time, no matter your preferences or available resources. This morning pizza was made using our Best Pizza Dough and, as you can see, was fashioned into a rectangle. It’s best made in a stand mixer, but you can also knead it by hand. This is similar to our Easy Thin Crust approach, but the resulting dough is much thinner and can be rolled out more easily. The lightness and airiness that the thin crust dough provides would make it ideal for a morning pizza.

    If you’re looking for a new morning pizza recipe, look no further.

    Vegetarian

    Ingredients

    • 1 ounce of the Best Pizza Dough Ever (or Food Processor Dough or Thin Crust Dough)
    • 1/4 cup Top-Rated Store-Bought Pizza Sauce
    • 2 eggs
    • 1/2 tbsp. of olive oil
    • a few red onions, thinly sliced
    • Green bell pepper, diced, 2 teaspoons
    • Two Tablespoons of Red Bell Pepper.
    • 1/3 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese
    • 1/4 teaspoon anise seeds
    • Salinity of Kosher Salt

    Instructions

    1. Here’s how to whip up some pizza dough: When making the dough, be sure you use the Best Pizza Dough recipe. (Preparation time is about 15 minutes, and relaxation time is around 45.)
    2. Preheat the oven to 500 degrees Fahrenheit with a pizza stone inside. OR fire up a pizza oven (here’s the one we use).
    3. Organize the pizza toppings: Preparing the 5 Minute Pizza Sauce is a breeze.
    4. Get the condiments ready: Prepare the green pepper by dicing it finely. Cut the red pepper into thin strips. The red onion should be sliced thinly.
    5. To make scrambled eggs, break the eggs i
    6. Here’s how to whip up some pizza dough: When making the dough, be sure you use the Best Pizza Dough recipe. (Preparation time is about 15 minutes, and relaxation time is around 45.)
    7. Preheat the oven to 500 degrees Fahrenheit with a pizza stone inside. OR fire up a pizza oven (here’s the one we use).
    8. Organize the pizza toppings: Preparing the 5 Minute Pizza Sauce is a breeze.
    9. Get the condiments ready: Prepare the green pepper by dicing it finely. Cut the red pepper into thin strips. The red onion should be sliced thinly.
    10. To make scrambled eggs, break the eggs into a medium bowl and whisk them until they are well mixed. Pour in a little kosher salt, about a pinch. Olive oil should be heated over medium heat in a small skillet. As you tilt the pan, oil should spread evenly around the surface. Add the eggs. Do not turn up the stove too high. As soon as the eggs begin to set, use a flat spatula to scrape out little portions of the egg to make folds. Remove the eggs from the heat just before they have completely solidified, and scrape them regularly until they have formed soft folds. Use the spatula to break the eggs up into smaller pieces.
    11. When the oven is hot, sprinkle cornmeal or semolina flour on a pizza peel. (A rimless baking sheet or the back of a rimmed baking sheet may be used in place of a pizza peel if you don’t have one. but if you’re serious about pizza, you need a pizza peel. Make a pizza by stretching the dough into a circle, as described in How to Stretch Pizza Dough. Then, carefully transfer the dough to the pizza peel.
    12. Using the back of a spoon, spread a thin coating of pizza sauce over the dough. Put some mozzarella in there. Scrambled eggs, peppers, and red onion on top. Use a pinch or two of kosher salt and fennel seeds to season.
    13. The pizza stone should be warmed before you place the pizza on it using the pizza peel. Put the pizza in the oven for 5–7 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and the dough is golden (or 1 minute in a pizza oven). Prepare by slicing into pieces and serving right away.
    14. nto a medium bowl and whisk them until they are well mixed. Pour in a little kosher salt, about a pinch. Olive oil should be heated over medium heat in a small skillet. As you tilt the pan, oil should spread evenly around the surface. Add the eggs. Do not turn up the stove too high. As soon as the eggs begin to set, use a flat spatula to scrape out little portions of the egg to make folds. Remove the eggs from the heat just before they have completely solidified, and scrape them regularly until they have formed soft folds. Use the spatula to break the eggs up into smaller pieces.
    15. When the oven is hot, sprinkle cornmeal or semolina flour on a pizza peel. (A rimless baking sheet or the back of a rimmed baking sheet may be used in place of a pizza peel if you don’t have one. but if you’re serious about pizza, you need a pizza peel. Make a pizza by stretching the dough into a circle, as described in How to Stretch Pizza Dough. Then, carefully transfer the dough to the pizza peel.
    16. Using the back of a spoon, spread a thin coating of pizza sauce over the dough. Put some mozzarella in there. Scrambled eggs, peppers, and red onion on top. Use a pinch or two of kosher salt and fennel seeds to season.
    17. The pizza stone should be warmed before you place the pizza on it using the pizza peel. Put the pizza in the oven for 5–7 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and the dough is golden (or 1 minute in a pizza oven). Prepare by slicing into pieces and serving right away.
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