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Green Onion and Burrata Cheese Pizza

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A few weeks back on Instagram, Jenn Louis posted a photo of an awesome looking pizza pie!  It looked so good, I immediately had to reach out to ask if she would share the recipe. Five minutes later I headed to Whole Foods with the list of ingredients/recipe in hand-green onion, Burrata cheese and tomato sauce.  Beautiful combination again Jenn!

I first discovered Jenn's brilliance with her stromboli recipe. We made an epic trade, her stromboli recipe for a Baking Steel, we both came out happy. She has a knack for layering simple flavors to create mouth-watering results!  Her recipes are quickly becoming favorites in our test kitchen and at home.  I knew this pie would  live up to my expectations and then some.

If you haven't worked with Burrata cheese before, I strongly recommend hitting your local cheese shop this weekend to pick some up.  This specialty mozzarella with a creamy, buttery center doesn't stay on shelves for long-it's that good!

Lets check out this week's pie and create some Burrata cheese/Jean Louis love along the way!

Create Some Love,

Andris

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green onion
green onion
Burrata Cheese
Burrata Cheese
ready to launch
ready to launch
out of the oven
out of the oven
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top down view
green onion and burrata pizza
green onion and burrata pizza

Ingredients

1 pizza dough

4 oz. fresh tomato sauce

3 oz. fresh burrata

2 oz. green onions, slice thin

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Procedure

1. Place Baking Steel on top rack of your oven. Pre-heat to 500 degrees or on full throttle (Preheat 45 minutes-1 hr).

2. Stretch or roll out dough to a 12 inch cylinder, or any shape will do. Lightly flour your peel and place dough on top.

3. Evenly distribute tomato sauce leaving about 1 inch around perimeter

4. Place fresh burrata throughout, burrata oozes.  Add thinly sliced green onions, a lot of them.

5. Launch onto the Baking Steel, bake until you've reached your desired brownness.

7. Remove pizza from oven and take some pictures

Slice and serve.

I could not make enough of this creation.  To change things up a bit, I played around with different dough stretching techniques.  These below I shaped relatively small.  Absolutely loved the explosion of the dough off the hot Baking Steel.

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