Pizza Boat Recipe:
Pizza Bread

pizza bread

Pizza bread is one of the easiest pizza boat recipes around! It's really made in just a snap and it is oh so good! I'm positive that this one is a topper amongst every boat crew.

Try it and you'll see!

You need about 20 minutes and it's good for 4 persons

These are the ingredients:

  • 1 French baguette
  • 1 carton of tomato passata (min. 200 gr)
  • a half red onion
  • 125 gr marinated artichoke pieces
  • 40 gr black olives, pitted
  • 125 gr ball buffalo mozzarella
  • 75 gr cherry tomatoes
  • 100 gr fresh pesto
  • black pepper

Here's how you make it:

1. Start with switching on your oven. Put it on 200 degrees Celsius if you use the fan. Otherwise put it on 220 degrees Celsius.

2. Take the red onion and slice it finely. Do the same with the buffalo mozzarella. You may cut the tomatoes in halves or quarters, if you want...

slicing red onion
slicing mozzarella

3. Cut the whole baguette in 2 equal pieces and then slice those pieces horizontally, so that you have 4 halves. Put them all in a baking tray with the cut-side up.

slicing the baguette

4. Now, you spread 1 and a half tablespoon of the tomato passata on each piece of bread.

tomato passata
spreading tomato passata

5. Divide the onion slices, the mozzarella slices, the cherry tomatoes, the artichokes and the black olives evenly over the 4 pieces of bread.

pizza bread onions
pizza bread tomato
pizza bread artichokes
pizza bread olives

6. Season the whole lot with some black pepper!

7. Put the tray in the oven for about 10 minutes. The aim is that the bread becomes crispy and golden.

pizza bread in the oven

8. When that happens, take the tray out of the oven and divide the fresh pasta roughly over the 4 halves.

Believe it or not, but that's it. How easy is that!

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