Potato, gorgonzola and red chilli homemade pizza
Time: 30 mins
1 cup self raising flour
half cup water
pinch of salt
1 medium sized potato
1x red chilli chopped and seeds discarded
1 clove garlic
To make the pizza base you need a food processor. Add the flour and 2/3rd of the water, drizzle of olive oil and pinch of salt. Blend this until the mixture creates the pizza dough, add water if its too dry, the consistency you’re looking for is quite light but held together so when you hold it up, it starts to slowly stretch.
Dust your surface with some flour, roughly make the dough into a ball in your hands and then using a rolling pin start rolling the dough out into a nice thin circle (doesn’t have to be perfect, just a rough circle). Leave this to the side to settle
Now slice the potato as thin as you possibly can about 2 or 3 mm thick.
Now get a large frying pan on a medium heat and drizzle some olive oil in it. Transfer your pizza base onto the pan to start cooking the bottom of the base. As the base cooks its time to add your toppings. Evenly spread the sliced potato on the top, then crumble your gorgonzola followed by the chopped chilli. Drizzle the top with some olive oil. Slowly lift the pizza to check the base is cooked and now you can place in the whole pan in the grill on a medium/high heat and cook the top for about 10 minutes, until the crust and toppings are golden and crispy.
Take the pan out the grill (take care as it will be very hot so use an oven glove) and scoop the pizza out onto a nice board and serve straight away.