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Bacon, Egg & Asparagus Pizza

March/April 2010

Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (45 votes)

This pizza, topped with bacon, eggs and asparagus, was inspired by a wood-fired-oven pizza served at the Montpelier, Vermont, farmers’ market. Serve with: Mixed green salad.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This pizza was bland. We added picante sauce to it. "
Bacon, Egg & Asparagus Pizza Recipe

9 Reviews for Bacon, Egg & Asparagus Pizza

04/03/2013
Anonymous
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.

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08/23/2012
Anonymous
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 :)

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07/27/2010
Anonymous

This pizza was bland. We added picante sauce to it.

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07/21/2010
Anonymous

We did not enjoy this pizza. Dry and very bland.

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05/15/2010
Anonymous

This is great like quiche and pizza in one. Roll the edges up on your crust B4 baking so the egg won't run off the edge. The second time we made this I doubled the bacon, which makes it a lot better.

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