Pizzarrette inspiration and recipes

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We used to get the gourmet set from the attic at home for special occasions. Gourmet dining was the main activity during parties or birthdays. However, the gourmet set has now made way for a new kid in town: the pizzarette!

This device has really taken off in recent years and I wouldn’t want to miss it anymore. The pizzarette is a small brick oven that everyone can use to bake their own mini pizzas. It is available for 4 or 6 people.

An evening of baking pizza with a group does require some preparation. Are you curious about some tips, inspiration and recipes to make it a successful dinner? And do you want to win a six-person pizzarette? Then read on.

The pizza bases

First, it is of course important to prepare the base of the pizzas: the bottoms. With the pizzarette you get a cookie cutter to get the right size bottom out of the pizza dough. The pizza dough can be prepared or prepared in different ways:

  • You can make the pizza dough yourself according to this basic recipe .
  • You can buy a pack of pizza dough mix, which is a little easier than making it from scratch because the dough doesn’t need to rise.
  • You can use ready-made pizza dough from the supermarket. You can usually find this in a roll together with a jar of tomato sauce (do you already have that!) in the refrigerator.
  • Very handy, but difficult to obtain: ready-made mini pizza bases, especially for the pizzarette. I haven’t come across them myself, but they seem to be sometimes available at Xenos and/or at a wholesaler.

Place the pizza bases on a plate, but make sure that they do not overlap and are therefore separate from each other. You can stack them on top of each other, but put a piece of baking paper between them so that they don’t stick together.

tomato sauce

If you have opted for ready-made pizza dough, as I said, often jars of tomato sauce are included. Otherwise, make your own tomato sauce or tomato paste. Here too you can make it as easy or difficult as you want: choose a ready-made tomato sauce from a jar or bag or make it yourself using this basic tomato sauce recipe .

Then it’s time for the toppings! I have listed a lot of options for inspiration. Choose your favorite ingredients, serve them in bowls on the table and everyone can put together their own favorite combination.

Topping

Cheese
Besides tomato sauce, cheese is also indispensable on a pizza. There are different types of cheeses that are suitable. Good options are: grated cheese, eg (young) mature or old cheese, mozzarella, goat cheese, feta, blue cheese, cream cheese

Meat/fish:
Personally, I think meat or fish is the most important on a pizza. I think of the rest of the ingredients around that. For example: chicken fillet (ready-to-eat strips or pre-fried pieces of chicken fillet), minced meat (pre-fried), ham (such as cooked ham, Serrano ham or Parma ham), salami, bacon, shawarma ( pre-fried), salmon (fried or smoked), tuna (canned) and shrimp.

vegetables
There are many options for vegetables. This list will go a long way: (red) onion, mushrooms, spinach (pre-fried if necessary), bell pepper, avocado, arugula or iceberg lettuce (only put on top when your pizza is ready), zucchini and (sun- dried) tomatoes.

Fruit
When you think of fruit on a pizza, the first thing you probably think of is pineapple like on a Hawaiian pizza, but other tasty combinations are also possible: peach, strawberries, blueberries, grapes, (dried) figs. Need inspiration? Then view a recipe for a pizza with peach and serrano ham and a dessert pizza with blueberries and strawberry at the bottom of this blog.

Extras
Then there are some extras that you can add, such as: pine nuts, garlic sauce, barbecue sauce, basil, honey, pesto, herbs eg Italian herbs, oregano and/or parsley.

Preparation
Then it’s finally time to make pizzas! Let the pizzarette warm up well. Brush the spatulas with a thin layer of olive oil and dust the bottom of the pizza base with flour before placing it on your spatula. Top the pizza (note: not too thick!) and place it in the oven using the spatula. Your pizza will be ready in about 10 minutes, but the time can differ per pizza. Enjoy your dinner!

Recipes

Vegetarian mini pizza with figs and goat cheese

Tomato sauce
Spinach
Dried figs
Goat cheese
Roasted pine nuts
Honey

Spread the pizza dough with some tomato sauce and top with spinach, slices of dried figs and the goat cheese. Prepare the pizza in the pizzarette. Once it’s cooked, you can top it off with some pine nuts and honey!

Fresh mini pizza with smoked salmon and avocado

Cream cheese (light)
Garlic
powder Mozzarella
Smoked salmon
Arugula
Avocado slices
Red onion

Prepare the mini pizza base in the pizza rette. Mix the cream cheese with a small pinch of garlic powder. Spread the pizza base with this mixture as soon as it is cooked. Top with some red onion and mozzarella. Return the pizza to the pizzarette. Remove the mini pizza from the pizzarette as soon as the mozzarella has melted. Then top with smoked salmon, avocado and arugula.

Prosciutto mini pizza with ricotta and peach

Ricotta
Serrano ham
Slices of peach
Balsamic vinegar
Parsley

Spread the pizza dough with some ricotta and spread with Serrano ham, peach slices and parsley. Prepare the pizza in the pizzarette. Sprinkle the mini pizza with some balsamic vinegar when it is cooked.

Dessert mini pizza with mascarpone and fresh fruit

Mascarpone
Touch of vanilla powder
Fresh fruit such as strawberries and blueberries
Powdered sugar

Prepare the mini pizza base in the pizza rette. Meanwhile, mix the mascarpone with the vanilla powder. Remove the pizza base from the oven and spread with the mascarpone mixture. Top the pizza with the fresh strawberries and blueberries. Finally, sprinkle with powdered sugar


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