You could throw an egg on anything and it would be freaking delicious. Sandwiches, ramen noodles, pasta, rice……
So when I dove into Motorino’s Pizza al’ Uovo on my recent trip to NYC— I was in HEAVEN. Oooey-gooey fried eggs that just spilled into a crisp pizza covered with pancetta, basil and pecorino. SOOO good! I was hell bent on making my own version when I got home though I did make a few ingredients substitutions based upon my personal flavor preference. True– it’s nearly impossible to achieve the same type of crust that a wood fire oven can produce but overall I was very happy with it. You’ll be surprised to see how easy this is to make and it’s a guaranteed crowd-pleaser at your next brunch party.
But now for what you all have been waiting for….the winner of the fabulous Nambé Fish Platter
Drum Roll please………….
CONGRATS Jessica who said she would serve Gambas al Ajillo on the Nambé Fish Platter. Jessica, you will have until 5pm PST on Wednesday, July 25th to respond to our email and accept or another winner will be selected.
THANK YOU to everyone who participated! And THANK YOU Nambé !
1 Cup Lukewarm Water
1 Packet Instant Yeast
2 Cups Bread Flour, plus more for dusting the work surface and hands
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1½ Teaspoon Kosher Salt
½ Tablespoon Sugar
*Makes approximately 3 medium-sized pizzas
1 Tablespoon Corn Meal
2 Large Eggs, crack into individual small bowls
2 Ounces Fresh Mozzarella, sliced and patted dry
4-5 Slices Bacon, par cooked and cut into large pieces
2 Tablespoons Grated Parmesan Cheese
Fresh Basil Leaves
Prepare the pizza dough. Combine the water with the yeast and let set for 10 minutes until the yeast is dissolved and bubbly. Combine the rest of the ingredients in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a dough hook attachment. Add the yeast-water and mix until the ingredients have just combined. Cover and allow to rest in a warm area until it doubles in size—about one hour.
One hour before baking, preheat the oven to 500 degrees F with a pizza stone on the lower rack. If cooking the pizza on a baking sheet, preheat 30 minutes before baking.
When the dough has rested, take approximately 1/3 of the dough and flatten it with your hands on a floured surface. Use a floured rolling pin to gently roll the crust about 1/8 of an inch. Transfer the dough to a pizza peel (if baking directly on stone) or onto a baking sheet that has been sprinkled with corn meal. Gently brush the crust with olive oil.
Lower the oven temperature to 450 degrees F. If using a pizza peel, carefully slide the pizza in the oven on the stone. If using a baking sheet, place pizza in the oven. Par bake for about 6-8 minutes until slightly golden. Pull from the oven and carefully pour the eggs on top. Place the fresh mozzarella cheese and bacon around the pizza and sprinkle with the grated parmesan cheese. Return to oven and continue baking for an additional 6-8 minutes or until the eggs have just set and the bacon has crisped. When done, remove the pizza and top with fresh basil leaves and black pepper. Serve immediately.
5 thoughts on “Breakfast Pizza + Nambé Giveaway WINNER!”
i shouldn’t look at these food postings so early in the morning when all i’ve had is coffee!! that sounds perfect right now.
Oh wow. This looks like the perfect way to start our Saturday. Thanks for the recipe!
This is a great pizza dough recipe. Thank you! I made it today for lunch and it came out perfect! It was an impromptu decision so I used whatever I had in the fridge/freezer/pantry. Luckily, I had some frozen home-made marinara sauce. I don’t have a baking stone or cornmeal, so I used a cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil and brushed some canola oil over it. I stretched out a ball of dough directly on the greased foil to make a thin crust. Then added some shredded cheese (I didn’t have string cheese) along the edges, folded the dough over to seal it in, and got a nice cheese-stuffed crust! Brushed it with olive oil, added the thawed marinara sauce, sliced onions, pineapple, black olives, meatballs, italian sausage-balls, and lots of shredded cheese. Did the same for the 2nd ball of dough, but this time I made it thicker than the first. It’s in my fridge and will go in the oven for either dinner or lunch tomorrow! The first pizza came out superb! It was crispy on the bottom, and the cheese-stuffed edge was awesome! Thank you for such a great recipe!