Then its name would be Captain’s star. No, it’s a pizza star with bacon, pear and goat camembert. Super easy, super tasty, and if you use a ready pizza dough from the refrigerated section, it’s even a Fast Food.
(As main dish: 3 servings – as a starter: 6-8 servings)
20 g yeast
dissolve yeast in 150 ml lukewarm water, add
225 g flour
1 ts olive oil
¼ ts salt
knead the dough well, allow to rise at least 30 minutes, roll it out in a round shape (30 cm diameter), place on a baking tray lined with baking paper
1 pear (not too soft)
remove seeds, cut into slices
300 g goat camembert
cut into slices
2 spring onions
cut into rings
150 g thin sliced Italian Coppa or bacon
place pear, camembert, bacon and a portion of the spring onions on the pizza dough, spread out around about 8 cm wide
cut the remaining free dough in the middle into triangles and pull these over the filling
1 egg yolk
2 TS milk
mix and brush the dough with it, bake at 200° C about 25 minutes, until the dough is nice and brown
2 TS liquid honey
pepper, freshly ground
drizzle with honey and sprinkle with the remaining green onions and pepper
Frankfurt book fair: Captain’s Dinner cooked on stage of the Gourmet Gallery!
„Too good for the bin“ is a German campaign against food waste. Health food magazine „Schrot & Korn“ [whole grain & corn] made a competition in their September issue: Topic was the use of old or stale bread. The authors of the two best recipes had been invited to visit this year’s book fair in Frankfurt to cook their recipes in the show kitchen of the „Gourmet Gallery“ together with bio-leading chef Christian Kolb. I won this trip with my recipe of an onion bread soup!
One can disagree about many things or even argue – but not about the seven herbs of the original Frankfurt Grüne Sauce [green sauce]. Even my great-grandmother in the Forest of Odes kept her recipe and looked after and nurtured the seven herbs in her garden. The recipe is passed on from generation to generation, re-written, varied. And which herbs are they?