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Grilled Prosciutto and Black Truffle Pizza with Egg

Grilled Prosciutto and Black Truffle Pizza with Egg

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The first time I made grilled pizzas, Lenny thought I lost my mind.  The next time I decided to make them, I decided our guests would make their own individual ones. He really thought I lost my mind.  Both times, he was wrong.  Grilling pizza is super easy and having your guests make their own is a huge hit!

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Recently, when we had a warm pre-summer evening, we invited a couple of friends over for pizza and wine.   The only thing was, they would be cooking their own pizzas.  These friends were newbies to our pizza dinner party concept and they loved it!   As this was completely last minute (say 6 pm) we were not prepared, so I had to use what we had in the house.  The toppings I came up with was:  black truffles, white corn, cilantro, prosciutto, caramelized fennel with red peppers, blue cheese, Parmesan cheese, and eggs.

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We have been meaning to give Celine a new recipe using her wonderful truffles and used this opportunity to exactly that.  We made luscious prosciutto and black truffle pizza with egg – it was amazing!!!  Slightly salty and earthy with the creamiest of the just-cooked egg!  If you love pizza, prosciutto, and truffles, this is your pizza!

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Grilled Prosciutto & Black Truffle Pizza

Ingredients

pizza dough, homemade or your favorite brand

parmesan cheese

good quality prosciutto

good quality black truffles

organic eggs

black truffle oil

sea salt

fresh cracked black pepper

How To

Roll out your pizza dough to a size that fits on the grill.  Lightly grill the dough for a couple of minutes to par-bake it.  Remove from the grill.

Top it with Parmesan cheese, prosciutto, and black truffles, and an egg.

Place the pizza back on the grill and cook until the cheese is melted and the egg is cooked to your liking.  We like a runny yolk so this takes about 5 minutes.  

Before serving drizzle with a little black truffle oil, a sprinkle of sea salt, and fresh cracked black pepper.

Serve.

Eat.

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Carrie Oliver

Friday 10th of July 2009

Hello, pizza of my dreams. We used to make homemade pizza every Sunday but then one of the girls gave up cheese for lent (and I stopped eating white stuff, too). Maybe it's time to get back on the pizza-making bandwagon. Great looking recipe, thanks.

Amrita

Tuesday 7th of July 2009

Absolutely gorgeous! I'm drooling here....and look at how that yolk's oozing!

maris

Friday 3rd of July 2009

Amazing...I agree with Joan, I wonder! And I bet it wouldn't have been half as good.

Joan Nova

Friday 3rd of July 2009

Decadent!:) I wonder what a restaurant would charge for that pizza.

Diana

Thursday 2nd of July 2009

Looks like breakfast - actually, it looks really delicious. One of my goals is to try pizza on the grill.