Roasted Berry and Goat’s Cheese Pizza
This pizza celebrates berries fabulously. The roasting of the berries makes them gooey and when paired with the tangy goat’s cheese, you have a beautiful, slightly sweet, slightly savoury treat.
Makes: 2 pizzas
- Pizza base
- 6g yeast
- 120mL lukewarm water
- 175g spelt flour (plus extra for kneading)
- 5g sea salt
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- ½ cup goat’s cheese
- ½ cup mixed berries
- Snow pea sprouts, rocket or mint, to garnish
- Pinch salt, to serve
- Olive oil, to serve
- Mix yeast into water and leave to sit for 5 mins.
- Combine flour and salt and make a well in the centre. Add water, yeast and oil to well and mix to combine.
- Bring mix to a ball and transfer to a lightly floured bench. Knead for a good 5 mins, sprinkling on some extra flour if needed to stop mix sticking to bench and hands.
- Return to bowl, cover and pop in a warm place for 2 hours and allow to rise.
- Remove dough from bowl and knead a couple of times. Break dough in half and roll or just pull into shape.
- Arrange the goat’s cheese and berries on top and bake at 180°C for 15 mins, or until the base is golden and cooked.
- Top with greens, along with pinch of salt and drizzle of olive oil if desired.
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