Sunshine Breakfast Pizza

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Sunshine Breakfast Pizza

If you’ve never had egg on pizza, or pizza for breakfast, you’re missing out!  I must admit  that the only pizza I’d had for breakfast before cooking this was a hodge-podge of slices from the freezer or whatever the corner shop had, slung in the oven on a Saturday.

Breakfast Pizza Base

Pizzas are, however, a wonderful way to make eggs into a centrepiece, rather than just sidekick to the sausages, so I decided to create a breakfast pizza for Breakfast Club #2, hosted by Fingers and Toes and Fuss Free Flavours.  The first Breakfast Club was asian-themed, so check it out if  you’re fed up of boring breakfasts!

Making Breakfast Pizza

Yields 2

Sunshine Breakfast Pizza
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Ingredients

  • 8oz self raising flour
  • 2oz olive oil (about 7 tbsp)
  • A little water to mix
  • 2 tomatoes
  • 2 eggs
  • A few spoonfuls of tomato puree
  • Some cheese to grate on top
  • Some cooking oil

Instructions

  1. Thoroughly mix the oil into the flour, then add water until you have a soft but not sticky dough.  If it becomes sticky, add some more flour.
  2. Divide the dough in two and roll it out on a floured surface.  Don't worry if the bases aren't round, as long as they 're fairly thin.
  3. Spread on a good layer of tomato puree.  Chop the tomatoes into little triangles, and arrange these round the outside of the bases.
  4. Form a crust round the edge of the pizzas and slide an egg into the middle.
  5. Now grate cheese on top, and heat up some oil in a frying pan.  Fry the pizzas until they're nice and brown on the bottom.
  6. Next, put them under the grill until the cheese is bubbling and the egg is cooked to your taste.
Cuisine: Italian | Recipe Type: Breakfast
http://busylizziecooks.com/sunshine-breakfast-pizza/

These little eggy pizzas were scrummy – all the fried satisfaction that a weekend breakfast should have, and they filled us up ’til lunch!  I’ll definitely make these again.

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