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Cry-your-eyes-out Pizza

October 26, 2010

This pizza isn’t named as such for the newly-single-not-by-choice, aka dumped.

You’ll be crying your eyes out because of this (in case you didn’t notice the large amount of onions on the pizza above):

Is it worth the tears? Yes.

Will your house smell like onions? Yep.

Is it worth the smell? Absolut-o.


Gruyère cheese

Parmigiano Reggiano cheese

Fresh (not frozen) garlic pizza base

2 large red onions

Olive oil

Essentially all you need to do is cook the onions in some oil or butter until they are all wobbly and brownish, cover the pizza base with them then shred the cheese on top. Put as many onions or as much cheese as you like.

I love both, and I’ve been having some kind of mental love affair with Gruyère cheese lately, so I was generous.

My breath smells like onions.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Kathy Kuhlman permalink
    October 27, 2010 1:19 am

    Sounds yummo!

  2. February 17, 2011 10:50 am

    Why not make your own pizza dough. it’s actually really easy. and you can make loads and freeze it. probably takes about an hour all in…

    for 3 pizza bases (about the size of cookie sheet) I usually use like 500 g flour, 1 tsp quick yeast (up this if you’re making bread, not pizza dough), 1 tsp sugar, 1 tsp flour and 1 tblsp oil and 300 ml water. mix the dry products together then add the oil. then add the water. Knead until smooth (add more flour gradually if it’s too sticky to work with) and then let it sit for like 20 – 40 minutes. Then roll it out on cookie sheet and add the pizza toppings. if you want to freeze it just make sure it’s in an airtight container/bag of some sorts.

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