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#1 Fri 19 Dec 08 1:31pm

Stella Heath

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From Burgos, Spain
Member since Mon 27 Oct 08

Seafood pizza

Ingredients:

pizza base
tomato sauce
thinly sliced mushrooms
firm white fish, laminated
pealed prawns
mussels and clams, opened and shelled
green asparragus tips
mozzarella

I give no quantities, as I think it varies according to availabilty and tastes. What makes this pizza a little different is the method, as many of the ingredients can be quite watery and would spoil it if cooked all together.

If using raw asparragus, mussels and clams, open these over medium heat with a little water, drain and remove from thier shells, and boil the asparragus tips for 5-10 min in a little salted water. Drain well.

Roll out your pizza base, spread with tomato sauce and cook in a hot oven (220C) for 5 min.

Distribute wafer-thin slices of firm white fish, and pealed prawns, and return to the oven for 2 min.

Now add the cooked ingredients, break up the mozzarella and distribute it all over the pizza, sprinkle with olive oil and return to the oven till the cheese has melted.

I actually made two pizzas, leaving out this last step with the second, which I gave to my kids with instructions to cook it as they would any bought fresh (not frozen) pizza They loved it:thumbsup

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#2 Tue 23 Dec 08 1:14am

Cream

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Re: Seafood pizza

Hi Stella Heath smile
I like the seafood pizza very much! Is it called "pizza marina la"?
I would love to try this!

Cream smile

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#3 Tue 23 Dec 08 1:37am

Anna

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Re: Seafood pizza

"firm white fish, laminated"

Doesn't the plastic melt...?   wink

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#4 Tue 23 Dec 08 7:38am

Cream

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Re: Seafood pizza

what does it mean "firm white, laminated"? what kind of fish?
help

Cream smile

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#5 Tue 23 Dec 08 9:16am

frizz1974

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Re: Seafood pizza

I think that may be a typo..

MARINATED works better than laminated...

any firm white fish....

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#6 Tue 23 Dec 08 5:16pm

Stella Heath

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Occupation getting along as best I can
From Burgos, Spain
Member since Mon 27 Oct 08

Re: Seafood pizza

Firm white fish could be cod, halibut, monkfish..., rather than hake or haddock for example. To laminate, I lay the fillet flat on the board, and cut very thin slices (2-3 mm.) (laminas) obliquely to the "grain" with a large, sharp knife.

In Spanish, I call it pizza marinera. I think the I talian would be similar, if not the same, but ti's actually an invention of mine, so you can call it what you like! big_smile

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#7 Thu 25 Dec 08 8:03pm

smile_seta

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From The Philippines
Member since Mon 03 Dec 07

Re: Seafood pizza

This looks delish!  I've been doing Seafood pizza as well, only that it mine doesn't have the prawns.  I'll try yours next time.

wink

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#8 Fri 26 Dec 08 3:26am

Cream

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Re: Seafood pizza

Thank you Stella, Anna and Flizz  smile
OK, I can understand now. Sometimes I bought laminated fish when I was in Australia...and I remember, they also sale it for seafood marinara...which already includes mussels, squid, salmon and some white fish indeed.

OK, I would call it Stella's Spanish marinara pizza! yummy
Merry Christmas and Happy new year to your guys and your family big_smile

loveCream

Last edited by Cream (Sat 03 Jan 09 11:41am)

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