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Artichoke, olive & caper
Roll out your dough as directed, then spread over 4 tbsp ready-made tomato pizza or pasta sauce. Scatter over 8 halved cherry tomatoes, 4 quartered artichoke hearts from a jar, 8 halved, pitted green olives and 2 tbsp drained, rinsed capers. Tear a 125g ball of mozzarella over the top and bake for 18 mins. Finish with a handful of shaved Parmesan and some torn basil leaves.
Ricotta, prosciutto & pesto
Soak ½ sliced onion in cold water for 5 mins, then drain and mix with 6 tbsp ricotta and some salt and pepper. Spread this onto your pizza base, then dot on 2 tbsp pesto. Arrange 6 prosciutto slices on top and bake for 18 mins. Finish with 2 large handfuls of rocket, some freshly milled black pepper and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.
Spinach, blue cheese & walnut
Spread 6 tbsp ready-made tomato pasta or pizza sauce over the pizza base, then sprinkle with 6 tbsp grated Parmesan. Scatter over 100g baby spinach leaves and crumble on 75g blue cheese and 60g walnut pieces. Bake for 12 mins.
Wild mushroom & mascarpone
Soak large handful dried wild mushrooms in boiling water. Meanwhile, mix 6 tbsp mascarpone with a crushed garlic clove. Season well. Heat 2 tsp olive oil and fry 6 sliced cap mushrooms until softening, then add the drained soaked mushrooms and 1 tsp thyme leaves. Spread the mascarpone mix on the pizza base and top with mushrooms. Bake for 12-18 mins, then sprinkle with 4 tbsp grated Parmesan. Return to the oven for 1 min and finish with extra thyme leaves.