Apple and blue skim pizza with balsamic vinegar

Apple and blue skim pizza with balsamic vinegar is a pizza I discovered on a trip to the Mediterranean. This pizza is one of my favorites and I can really recommend you to try it. Sliced blue cheese is handy for this pizza, but it's fine with more creamy too, which you can put on in small dollops, with a teaspoon.

Pizza bases:

550 g mel, helt tipo 00

1 ts salt

1/2 pk pizza yeast

1 tablespoon honey

1 tbsp olive oil

About. 3 dl cold water

Knead everything well together and let it rise. The dough is perfect, when it is so moist that you just manage to roll or push it out, then add enough water.

When I make pizza, I let the dough enjoy itself for a long time, preferably in the fridge overnight. I take it out approx. 1 hour before I use it and let it rise on the bench, before I push / roll it out and let it rise for approx. 30 minutes. For Italian pizza, it is rolled very thin and for pizza with an American base a little thicker. If you make the pizza dough on the same day as you are going to use it, it can be left on the counter and raised for a minimum of 1 hour. I always fry the bottom at high temperature for a few minutes, before I put on the filling.

2 red onions in strips

1 tbsp olive oil

1 tablespoon butter

2 tablespoons crème fraîche

Salt and pepper

200 g grated cheese, preferably several kinds

100 g blue skim cheese, adapted to own palate, I like it a little well-aged

1 apple in thin slices, preferably green and tart (preferably use cheese slicer)

1 bag of pecans, coarsely crushed

Thick balsamic


Fry the onion in butter and oil until it has become caramelized and sweetish. Pour the mixture into a sieve so the onion isn't so wet when you put it on. Stir together crème fraîche, salt and pepper and spread it over the pizza base. Put on blue skim cheese and fox cheese. Spread the onion, apple slices and nuts over the pizza and put it slightly below the center of the oven on full blast, until the top is golden. Shake over balsamic vinegar and serve.




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