Quick pizza with cherries, tomatoes and pecorino. A crispy treat with the blazing taste of summer.
I At the moment I can only pass the cherries in the supermarket very, very hard. When they are so ripe, plump, dark red and seductively shiny in their boxes, I would like to reach in with both hands. And dig. And every single one scramble. Cherry flatterer. Or rather fruit petting? No matter. Of course, I do not do that because of the ban on shopkeeping and with regard to the other customers. Instead, I fill the small chic things in paper bags and carry them home. There we forgave ourselves together in the kitchen and do piggy things. Such as a crispy-melting summer pizza with cherries, tomatoes and pecorino. That's how it looks.
The great thing is that the cherry and tomato pizza is finished. Of course, if you're a passionate baker, you're welcome to do the pizza dough yourself. Otherwise, you can sometimes consume a good conscience to a good finished product from the refrigerator (but before of course take a look at the ingredients in the fine print - too long should not be the list).
Instead of tomato sauce comes a spicy Cream cheese mixture on the pizza and then topped with ripe cherries and tomatoes. A little salty pecorino (hard cheese from sheep's milk) completes the sweet-savory combination whole wonderfully. When the crispy pizza comes out of the oven hot and steaming, add a sip of olive oil, fresh black pepper and basil to the finishing touch. The result: sweet, salty, and incredibly good!
The result of feeding the family: The man was absolutely thrilled, the child was pretty shocked at first, but then friendly.
And what do you say - shocked or trusting? Can the plump summer cherries hop on your pizza?
Have it tasty ღ
PS: If you like cherry tomatoes Pizza out of season , you can also use frozen cherries. These do not need to be thawed before baking.
PPS: If anyone knows where to get a lipstick in this amazingly deep cherry dark red - pertinent advice is definitely mine. Thank you.
Recipe for summer pizza with cherries, tomatoes and pecorino
100 g cream cheese with herbs and 2 tablespoons sour cream
1 pack of good pizza dough from the refrigerated rack
20 ripe cherries , halved & pitted
20 cherry tomatoes, halved
50 g Pecorino, grated
black pepper, freshly ground
1-2 tablespoons olive oil
some basil leaves for garnish
Cream cheese and sour cream mix in a small bowl and season with black pepper
Unroll the pizza dough, put it in the shape of your choice (I like oval) and the rim Roll in the cheesecake with a spoon and cover with cherries and tomatoes and sprinkle with the cheese.
Put the pizza in the oven at 200 degrees for approx Bake for 18-25 minutes (arrives on the dough and oven.) The pizza top should be well browned and crispy and the cheese melted.
Take the finished kitchen-tomato pizza out of the oven. Drizzle with olive oil and season with black pepper and a touch of sea salt. Finally, distribute the basil leaves on the pizza and serve.