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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

twd: pizza with onion confit

Today it's Tuesdays with Dorie again! And a really good one. We made pizza, but different as I am used to, we made a sponge first. After that we made the final dough.
And we made our own onion confit.

And the result:
The crust of the pizza was great. Probably by using the sponge in the dough. The onion confit was terrific. Really sweet and a nice combination with the pizza bottom.
I used as a topping goat cheese, olives and Parmesan. That saltiness added by these toppings, as suggested by Dorie, are also a great combination with the sweet onion confit.

Was there something negative on this recipe. Only one thing: the amount of time it costs before you get the result. Almost 4 hours before the final result. But it was worth waiting.

This post participates in Tuesdays with Dorie. The recipe for Pizza with Onion Confit can be found at the site of this week's host, Paul of the Boy can bake.

As for the photo of the end result:


6 comments:

Kris' Kitchen said...

Your pizza looks perfect. I didn't notice the time, which is long, because I did office paperwork during the wait...this is one of those recipes that takes a little planning, but you are right, the dough makes an excellent crust and is worth the wait.

Cher Rockwell said...

It looks perfect - this did take some time, but fortunately it was flexible about the steps.

Have Apron....Will Bake said...

Your pizza looks wonderful. It did seem like a long process to get a pizza. But I'm glad to have tried it. Loved the goat cheese.

alvarosa said...

It's interesting, how the colour of the onions differ according to what wine/liquid the bakers used... Your's looks great!

gfcelebration said...

Your pizza turned out great. Looks delicious. We also loved this version of pizza.

yummychunklet said...

True, four hours is a lot, but I guess that's why Dorie has us make a double batch, so it's not so long the next time.