Mascarpone Fig And Honey Wood Fired Pizza Recipe
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Mascarpone Fig And Honey Wood Fired Pizza Recipe


welcome friends welcome back to another
pizza of the week and this week we’re going to do a dessert pizza so I have
pizza dough already here on the counter ready to go and this is one of our long
fermented fridge Pizza dough’s you can find the recipe elsewhere on the site
now it is really sticky it’s warm out today because it’s been on the counter
and it’s pretty warm in here it is very loose so I just want to cover both sides
and flour just make sure that the bottom of your dough always stays on the bottom
no matter how many times you flip it when it ends up in the oven it should be
on the bottom so I just go around the edge make a nice little ring around the
edge press it out a little bit in the middle and then at this point I just
pick it up and because this dough is so nice it pretty much just stretches it
your itself you don’t have to oh it’s already look at that so you don’t have
to throw it around you don’t have to do much to it it already pulls out so now
this is a dessert pizza and I’m gonna start off with some mascarpone or
mascarpone mascarpone I don’t know if I’m saying it correctly and I just
spread a little bit of that around on the dough now once I get the mascarpone
around I’ve got some sliced figs and I put the sliced figs on just put it on
just like you would pepperoni okay the last now I have some honey I think
this is from our cousin Steven he has bees and he just drizzle the honey on
top now the oven is already fired up it’s ready to go I’ve got it at the
right temperature swept all of the ashes off of the middle last little bit of
honey and it’s out to the oven okay fire this in and this is where I switch to a metal
peel and I use something called a pizza popper because I’m not very good at
turning it so I just use the pizza popper to help me turn it should I get
even cooking okay so I’m pretty sure that I put too much stuff on pizza which
is a common problem and I fall prey to it every time
sweet cheese honey sweetness from the figs this is a winner this is hands-down
this is my favorite dessert pizza I would say yeah a little less of the
marscapone a little less mascarpone or mascarpone whatever these the sweet
cheese um but I think this I I don’t know why more people don’t have dessert
pizzas I mean you’ve got the oven going you have your regular pizza and then at
the end you just throw on some sweet stuff and it’s great I wouldn’t if you
could do with candy you probably could do with candy
um candy would melt cuz it’s so hot next week I’m doing it with our homemade
gianduja mmm so come on back for that one I’m sure it’s gonna be great thanks
for stopping by see you again soon

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79 thoughts on “Mascarpone Fig And Honey Wood Fired Pizza Recipe

  1. Thanks for watching. If you liked it – subscribe, give us a thumbs up, comment, and check out our channel for more great recipes. Please click that share button and share with your friends on Reddit, Twitter, and Facebook.

  2. My favorite is Wolfgang Pucks pizza dough recipe. It's super simple and quick. I used it to make pizza pockets. Side note, a simple cool recipe for Jamaican beef patties would be rockstar! Maybe put your own Glen twist on it. Hope you don't mind me saying that, I'm certainly not telling you what to do, it's your world. Keep up the deliciousness!

  3. And I totally support the sweet pizza. People are so afraid of changes, it really hurt to see others so close-minded. I would love to see a marshmallows-chocolate pizza. Can you imagine this?

  4. Drooling at just reading the title – but maybe do some recipes assuming one does not have a Ooni or specialty (expen$ive) designer pizza oven, eh? ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Interesting. Never would have thought of this combination. Very few toppings numbers-wise too…
    Are pizzas better with fewer toppings? or is more toppings more good?

  6. You could easily make this into a savoury pizza too. I've had a really wonderful pear and arugula pizza that had a balsamic reduction drizzled on it, so you could do something like that.

  7. Fig and Honey are some of my favourite foods! Gosh you're making me super hungry and it's 3am. I cant go make a fig and honey pizza at 3am!!

  8. If it was dates instead of figs you could have shown this recipe on Sunday ๐Ÿ˜‰ keep up the good work Glen!

  9. Where do you get the containers you use, I recognize some of your dishware from the restaurant I work at but where would I get those as a consumer?

  10. in berlin i go to a pizzeria down my street, and they have a pizza with roasted walnuts, poached pear slices, gorgonzola (blue cheese), prosciutto. it is my favourite topping combination. i recommend this.

  11. Always look forward to your new recipes. Watching you two is so fun as your banter at the end is something to look forward to. Thank you and keep more coming please. ๐Ÿฆ˜๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ

  12. Had an amazing savory fig pizza at a place called Boomerโ€™s in Minnesota. Gorgonzola, caramelized onion, prosciutto, figs, and balsamic reduction… might head there today for more

  13. Sweet pizza? Interesting! What about some walnuts on that pizza or maybe a tiny bit of fresh mint leaves to give it some freshness and make it feel "lighter"?

  14. Hell yeah! Iโ€™ve never worked with figs before. Can you give us a little insight on where to get them and prepare them? Also could you explain why you keep your dough ball orientated up.

  15. My brother-in-law from Napoli fried aubergine (eggplants), paprika (bell peppers) and potatoes (taters) before putting them on a pizza with tomato sauce and cheese. Loved it!!!

  16. Figs! On a PIZZA! American dessert pizzas are much less inventive. We throw pie filling, cinnamon crumble, and icing on a pie. I don't like dessert pizza, but I would definitely try this one.

  17. Yeah, I know when I have my own personal wood fire pizza oven fired up in my apartment I always forget to throw in a dessert pizza at the end.

  18. I have to admit I am a bit sceptic on desert pizzas, but I do like a sweet and sovoury Flammkuchen/Tarte Flambรฉe, which is not very different. So maybe I should give it a try.

  19. I had a duck and marmalade pizza once, it was soooo good! I tried recreating it and it was a bit of a disaster.

  20. I don't know why but all Canadians that I've found on Youtube are so entertaining and fun to watch. From you guys to the old farmer in central Ontario, to the man in the middle of a Canadian winter using his sawmill in nothing but a windbreaker and fuzzy hat building his log cabin. Keep up the good work guys. You Canadians are very entertaining and fun to watch.

  21. I like the idea of desert pizza, and I don't think people experiment enough, generally here its just Nutella and banana or strawberries, but I like your recipe, great video Glen ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿฆ˜๐Ÿฆ˜๐Ÿฆ˜๐Ÿฆ˜

  22. I'd say here in Australia, at least Queensland and New South Wales, dessert pizzas are pretty common and popular at cafes and such

  23. I have never had a fig outside of a newton. Not sure if I like it or not but I would definitely try this. I really love this channels pizza and pop videos.

  24. Fast, fluid rotation of your peal will make a world of difference with your rotation of the pizza. More of a flick of the wrist.

  25. can you adopt me… your house must just be flavor town hq! You guys always have something delicious around the corner!

  26. Is it just me or is Julie usually a critic/ not that excited ab his cooking? ๐Ÿค” food looks amazing to me..

  27. That is a excellent combo, Iโ€™ll definitely gonna try it!
    Back in Brazil, we use to have a lot of dessert pizzas. The most common one is dried mozzarella, ripped bananas and cinnamon. You can sprinkle some sugar cane sugar if you have a sweet tooth.
    We also do a lot of pizzas with chocolate and strawberries. Mostly using a ganache and strawberries and heating the blank dough before put the toppings, so it doesnโ€™t burn in the oven. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Your channel is awesome, I really enjoy the videos! Thank you so much!

  28. Wow that looks amazing. Looks like Pizza is on the menu for tomorrow night's dinner for my wife and I. I will definitely be making this.

    Another fantastic video. Thank you for your content.

  29. This looks amazing (omg I wish I had that oven ๐Ÿ™‚ ). We have one pizza place here in Ottawa but is originally from Sudbury where I lived many years, and they make 2 dessert pizzas: Cinnamon Apple Crisp (authentic Italian breadcrust with cinnamon apple filling, oat and brown sugar crumble drizzled with cream cheese icing) and Cherry Crisp (authentic Italian breadcrust with cherry filling, oat and brown sugar crumble drizzled with cream cheese icing). Very good but awefully sweet.

  30. Some ginger jam and rhubarb with some clots of mascarpone (and/or little clots of gorgonzola) would be a nice desert pizza too. Thanks for the inspiration to try a sweet pizza ๐Ÿ™‚

  31. I hope you do more pizzerts in the future (I know you can't officially use that term as it's a registered trademark of Pizza Inn, but regardless I'd love more dessert pizzas).

    They are Pizza Pies so maybe a wildberry pie filling for the toppings?

  32. I think Dessert Pizzas tend to be forgotten because post-pizza dinner most of us too stuffed for dessert ๐Ÿ˜‚
    My grandma used to always make โ€œFried Doughโ€ after we had her Sicilian pizza. It was basically a Zeppole but weโ€™d drizzle honey on top instead of sugar. Again, the only problem was the pizza dough expanding in your stomach made it hard to enjoy them ๐Ÿ˜… Great video again Glen. Short but still very fun.

  33. Please can you do a recipe that uses a normal oven without a pizza stone? I love making pizza but I don't have the right equipment to make it right.

    I'm from the UK but would love a 'make it at home' NYC style pizza recipe!

  34. Add bacon and caramelized onions, swap the honey for garlic honey (or garlic honey butter if you really wanna go nuts), and its a dope ass sweet/savory pizza!

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