Back on the blog! Today I am offering you a new savory recipe: a sweet potato, leek and fresh goat cheese pizza (based on tomato sauce).
With us, we got used to preparing pizzas on weekends, the little pleasure is to pick from our favorite toppings to create the pizza we love.
For this recipe, I started with a finely cut sweet potato base, accompanied by slightly melted leeks, and fresh goat cheese. It is also possible to add a "carnivorous" touch with smoked bacon for example. The sweet potato brings here a rather original sweet side.
The dough is neither too thin nor too thick (in any case that's how I like to eat it personally). You just have to make sure to stretch it well when giving it its round shape. The hardest part in the end? Wait while the pizza dough rises slowly in its bowl;) Otherwise, other than that, nothing complicated!
Sweet potato, leek, fresh goat cheese pizza
- 225 g pizza flour
- 125 ml lukewarm water
- 5 g dry baker's yeast
- 3 tbsp olive oil
- 1 this salt
- 15 cl tomato sauce
- 1 leek white Large size
- 1 cc mustard
- 2 medium sweet potato
- 80 g fresh goat
- Olive oil
- Salt Pepper
- Prepare the pizza dough: by hand or with a dough hook robot, mix the flour, water, baking powder, oil, salt and knead until you obtain a rather elastic and homogeneous dough. Cover the container with a tea towel and place in a warm place so that it rises for about 1 hour 30 minutes.
- Prepare the garnish: cut the sweet potato into thin slices and thinly slice the leeks. In a hot pan, pour a drizzle of olive oil and brown the leek for a few minutes first, adding the mustard at the end. Set aside the leeks. Then, brown the sweet potato in the same pan, salt and pepper. The washers should become tender.
- Roll out the pizza dough on a floured work surface, giving it a round shape. Let it rise in a tea towel for another 10 minutes.
- Garnish with tomato sauce then add oregano.
- Arrange the sweet potato slices, then the leeks, and finish with the crumbled fresh goat cheese.
- Bake for about 10/15 minutes at 200 ° rotating heat (to be monitored depending on your oven).