Good but we would add the prosciutto to the pizza when you put it in the oven instead of at the end.
TomandPaula Posted: 05/30/12
scarswell Posted: 05/28/12
fabulous! followed the directions except crust fresh out of the bread machine. was great with a pizza stone and thin crust.
ESmith6 Posted: 05/21/12
I made this with a few tweaks and it was very good. First, I used a Freshetta pre-made crust and Mario Batali's pizza sauce and added fresh basil to the oregano. I put the proscuitto on the pizza after cooking for 8 minutes so it was a little bit crispy. Finally I sprinkled it with a little bit of crushed red pepper. Will definitely make it again.
springhilllad Posted: 07/01/12
Everyone loved it-but I followed the directions on the bought pizza dough!
Jobishop Posted: 09/25/12
This was the worst pizza I have ever made!! We used a whole wheat pizza dough ball from the grocery deli and put it on our pizza stone. The 500 degree oven was WAY too hot-the pizza burned within 7 minutes. The cheese was really thick at the end. I used fresh basil from my garden but it didn't help. The Prosciutto was chewy. Everyone ate less than 1/2 of a piece and we threw it out.
sukeedog Posted: 05/30/12
YUM. I crisped up the prosciutto in a pan first and then put it on the pizza before baking. Also threw some arugula/spring mix on top at the end, which we thought was a good addition. This was really way more interesting than I expected it to be! The fresh oregano is a must.
SanDiegoJes Posted: 06/21/12
Used Trader Joe's plain pizza dough, shredded mozzarella, and basil...I also put the prosciutto on the pizza 8 minutes into cooking. Turned out to be delicious!
vanessamcclowry Posted: 05/28/14
Pretty good. Definitely doesn't require 14 mins to cook. Don't skip the fresh herbs either.