2 tsp. MasterFoods™ Oregano Leaves, plus extra for sprinkling
1 tbsp. Pizza sauce
1 tbsp. MasterFoods™ Smokey Barbecue Sauce
60 g Double Smoked Ham
5 Pineapple Rings, juices drained
¼ cup Shredded Mozzarella
4 Bocconcini, drained and torn into large chunks
Shaved Parmesan, fresh Basil, and Rocket leaves, to garnish
Preheat an oven 220°C.
First, make the pizza base. In a mixing bowl, combine the flour, water and salt and bring together with a wooden spoon. The dough should be shaggy but pliable.
Tip onto a floured work surface and knead for a few minutes until the gluten develops and the dough becomes elastic, consistent, and smooth. Shape into a ball, wrap in cling film and set aside.
Mix pizza sauce and barbecue sauce in a bowl. Set aside.
For the topping, heat half the olive oil in medium size frying pan over a high heat.
Add onions with a few pinches of salt and sauté until beginning to colour. Sprinkle over the sugar and cook for a further 2 minutes.
Add a splash of white wine vinegar and cook until the liquid has evaporated off.
Stir in the fennel seeds and oregano and continue to cook for 3 minutes. Transfer mixture to a bowl and allow to cool.
Clean out the pan and place back on a medium heat with remaining oil.
While the pan is heating up, unwrap the dough and flatten to the same size as the pan. Lay the dough base into the pan and gently push down and outwards with your fingers until the edge reaches the sides of the pan.
While the dough is beginning to cook in the pan, spread barbecue pizza sauce over the base, leaving a gap near the edge. Add the caramelised onion mixture.
Top with ham, pineapple rings, shredded mozzarella and bocconcini, then sprinkle with the extra oregano.
Place into the hot oven and cook for 10 minutes, or until the cheese is bubbling and beginning to colour.
Remove from oven and pan, garnish with fresh basil, rocket and parmesan cheese.
Replace the ham with charred capsicum, sliced mushrooms, and black olives for a vegetarian option.
Sprinkle over MasterFoods™ Chilli Sprinkle for some heat. The perfect counterpoint to the sweetness of the pineapple.