Pizza Recipes

Sourdough Discard Breakfast Pizza

Sourdough Discard Breakfast Pizza

Sourdough Discard Breakfast Pizza   Are you a sourdough enthusiast looking for a new way to use your sourdough or sourdough discard? Look no further than this breakfast pizza made in our pizza oven! Incredibly simple to prepare and all ingredients are easy to substitute to your preferences!   Ingredients:  1 cup of sourdough discard  Olive oil  1 teaspoon salt  1 teaspoon Italian seasoning  Mozzarella  Sharp cheddar cheese  Bacon (cook and chop ahead of time)  Four eggs  Cracked pepper  Optional fresh parmesan cheese   Directions:  Preheat the wood fired oven. You will want it to get to about 425 degrees F. ...

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Wood Fired Peppadew and Calabrese Pizza Recipe

Wood Fired Peppadew and Calabrese Pizza Recipe

Have you ever cooked with peppadew peppers? They are a small pepper with a unique taste that is both sweet yet spicy and make a fantastic pair with calabrese salami. If you're looking to take your pizza game to the next level, then you have to try this Peppadew and Calabrese Pizza recipe on your WPPO oven!

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Sunchoke and Chanterelle Pizza with Johan Magnusson

Sunchoke and Chanterelle Pizza with Johan Magnusson

Join us in making a Sunchoke and Chanterelle Pizza with Johan Magnusson of Big Swede BBQ on our Karma 55 oven! This pizza is rich with earthy flavors and a little sweetness from the sunchokes. Ingredients: Olive oil Pine nuts Chanterelle mushrooms Salt/pepper Sunchoke artichokes Almond milk/milk of choice Pizza dough Fresh basil 1. Start by firing up your WPPO oven. Use smaller pieces of wood in a Lincoln Log fashion before adding larges pieces. This will get a good fire going. 2. Add some pine nuts to a hot pan. Toast these for 3-4 minutes until they start turning brown....

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Making Pizza Bianca in your Wood Fired Oven with Lisa

Making Pizza Bianca in your Wood Fired Oven with Lisa

Today I'm going to show you our favorite white pizza. Before we start preparing the pizza, we have some prep work to do.

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