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"A star that carries your name"

March 11th, 2018 | main dishes

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.

Pizza star

(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

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