prep time
cooks in 60-90 secs
serves 3 - 5
skill level Easy

Joe’s signature pizza

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Ingredients

1 Red Onion,

Sliced

Large Bunch Rosemary, Cut Into Small Sprigs

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

(for drizzling over cooked flat bread)

Sea Salt & Freshly Ground Black Pepper

Pizza Dough

(Optional Cheese)

Instructions

1

Ensure your DeliVita is very hot; around 400 - 550°c is ideal.

2

Hand stretch your pizza dough into a 12” base: visit our YouTube DeliVita page for ‘how-to’ tips and techniques.

3

Move the pizza base onto a floured pizza paddle, dress with a little olive oil and top with a scattering of sliced onion and rosemary sprigs (adding optional cheese if preferred).

4

Using your peel, slide the pizza into the preheated oven, turning the pizza regularly until the base is cooked and crispy. This should take between 60 - 90 seconds.

5

Remove from the oven and finish with a little olive oil and season well with the salt and pepper.

6

Cut and serve immediately. Enjoy!

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