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How to feel fancypants

by Lindsay Sauve on October 23, 2011 · 0 comments

fancypantsLast night I prepared one of the most gourmet dinners I have prepared in a very long time. It was incredibly fancypants. What’s really wonderful about this highbrow meal is I spent about 10 minutes preparing it and the cost was under $5.

Pizza. Simple, glorious pizza. It was the ingredients that made it fancy. Proscuitto. Arugula. Tapenade. The words sound expensive. This pizza was so fancy, that I’m not even going to give you the amounts of each ingredient. It’s the kind of pizza that a gourmet chef could make by casually tossing ingredients together, adding this and that to her liking.

Damn, it was good.

Pizza with Prosciutto, Arugula and Olive Tapenade

  • homemade or prepared pizza dough
  • olive oil
  • olive tapenade (Trader Joe’s is inexpensive at $2.99 a jar)
  • grated mozzerella
  • proscuitto
  • fresh arugula

Roll pizza dough into desired size and shape. Transfer to pizza stone, cast iron skillet, or baking sheet. Brush entire surface with a light coating of olive oil. Spread a thin layer of tapenade on the dough. Layer additional ingredients as desired, but save some of the parmesan for the top. Cook in 400 degree oven for 20 – 25 minutes or until crust is golden brown.

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