Hit the spot I made my own pizza dough and then made the toppings exactly as the recipe says EXCEPT I added salt and pepper to the veggies to make it more flavorful. It was very good and very filling. I had one serving and didn't feel like I needed anything else to complete my dinner. The eggs do run a little but it wasn't a big deal. Just try to shape your pizza so that you have borders. Next time I might double the onions (I used onions instead of shallots) and caramelize them. All in all this was a great recipe and I'll definitely make it again. Pros: Filling flavorful satisfying healthy easy Cons: Recipe needs more salt & pepper
Great pizza... I made some changes to the recipe by adding a few table spoons of pesto to the base since it has no sauce... also instead of scrambling all 4 eggs i scrambled two to hold everything together then dropped two on whole. The reviewers who mention that it's bland probably didn't season the veggies. I did season mine and added the pesto thought it was just enough:) Pros: healthy alternative
What a mess! It's almost impossible to keep the egg on the pizza so it ended up running all over the oven and burning. The pizza itself was okay though the egg didn't cook through in the time listed. If I made this again (I most likely won't bother) I would omit the egg.
We added baby portabello mushrooms. We had to improvise since we didn't have shallots so we used capollini? onions and caramelized them. Nor did we have cheddar so we improvised with a Jarlsburg and Parmesean mix. It turned out really really good. It's like a quiche pizza.
Turned out great but next time we'll put the dough in middle of the oven when we bake the dough for 8 minutes at 500 (or cook at a slightly lower heat). When we took it out it had cooked in to a huge bread puff and we had to deflate it to get it flat for the toppings. This would be a fantastic brunch pizza to serve with some bloody marys