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Red Carpet Pizzas with Smokings

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Red Carpet Pizzas with Smokings

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On the Red Carpet

This is a quick-to-put-together pizza using some prepared foods. We like to call this the "Red Carpet" because we roll out the pizza to be long and narrow. You can of course bake it like a regular pizza, but for Oscar Night keep it long. Once it is baked, you can slice it into strips for everyone to pick up.

1 prepared pizza dough from a local pizza parlor or supermarket
½ cup roasted marinated tomatoes (Whole Foods has this in their “antipasti” bar)
1 Tbsp capers
½ tsp. anchovy paste (optional)
1 Tbsp balsamic vinegar
1 ball of smoked mozzarella

Preheat the oven to 400ºF.
Blend the tomatoes, capers, anchovy paste (if using), and vinegar together in a mini blender.
Slice the pizza dough into three separate pieces. Roll out each piece in a long thin strip (hence the “red carpet”). Brush the pieces with olive oil and bake for 20 minutes, or until cooked through. Take out of the oven and spread the roasted tomato sauce over top. Cut up the smoked mozzarella and place small pieces along the red carpet. These are your “smokings”. Slide into the oven again for another 5 minutes or so, or until the cheese melts.

February 18, 2009


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