Egg, prosciutto, artichokes, olives, mozzarella, tomato sauce & basil pizza topping

Egg, prosciutto, artichokes, olives, mozzarella, tomato sauce & basil pizza topping

Makes enough for 1 pizza

  • 6 tablespoons tomato sauce

  • 2 baby artichokes

  • 3 slices quality prosciutto

  • 1 small handful olives, stone removed

  • 1 small free-range egg

  • 50 g mozzarella

  • extra virgin olive oil

  • sea salt

  • freshly ground black pepper

Smear the tomato sauce evenly over the pizza base. Tear the artichokes into quarters and scatter over the pizza. Lay over the prosciutto slices and sprinkle the olives over. Crack over the egg and place little torn-up pieces of mozzarella in the gaps. Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil and season with pepper and a tiny bit of salt. Cook until crisp and golden.

Nutritional Information

Egg, prosciutto, artichokes, olives, mozzarella, tomato sauce & basil pizza topping

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Method

Recipe for pizza dough and tomato sauce can be found here.

Smear the tomato sauce evenly over the pizza base. Tear the artichokes into quarters and scatter over the pizza. Lay over the prosciutto slices and sprinkle the olives over. Crack over the egg and place little torn-up pieces of mozzarella in the gaps. Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil and season with pepper and a tiny bit of salt. Cook until crisp and golden.

Nutritional Information Amount per serving:
  • Calories 646 32%
  • Carbs 16.1g 6%
  • Sugar 7.0g 8%
  • Fat 44.7g 64%
  • Saturates 14.7g 74%
  • Protein 35.1g 78%
Of an adult's reference intake

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