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|Servings = Makes 2 large pizzas
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|TotalCalories = 2225
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|PortionCalories = 556
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|DatePublished=7th November 2012
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|Author=Chef
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|Servings = Serves 4 - Makes 2 large pizzas
 
|Difficulty = 2
 
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|TotalTime =  1 hour, 25 minutes
 
|TotalTime =  1 hour, 25 minutes
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This version is the [[Ham|ham]], [[mozzarella]] and [[Pineapple|pineapple]] version - and very good it is too.
 
This version is the [[Ham|ham]], [[mozzarella]] and [[Pineapple|pineapple]] version - and very good it is too.
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| 1 portion [[Pizza dough|pizza dough]]
 
| 1 portion [[Pizza dough|pizza dough]]
 
| 4 tablespoons [[Tomato sauce for pizza]]
 
| 4 tablespoons [[Tomato sauce for pizza]]
| 1 250 g pack of sliced cooked [[Ham|ham]]
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| 250 g pack of sliced cooked [[Ham|ham]]
| 2 x 150 g balls of [[Mozzarella cheese|mozzarella cheese]], torn into small pieces
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| 2 balls of [[Mozzarella cheese|mozzarella cheese]], torn into small pieces
| 1 x small can of [[Pineapple|pineapple]] slices or chunks (about 280g)
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| 280g can of [[Pineapple|pineapple]] slices or chunks (about 280g)
 
| [[Olive oil]]
 
| [[Olive oil]]
 
| [[Sea Salt|sea salt]] and [[Freshly ground black pepper|freshly ground black pepper]]
 
| [[Sea Salt|sea salt]] and [[Freshly ground black pepper|freshly ground black pepper]]
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===[[Mise en place]]===
 
===[[Mise en place]]===
  
* If using a [[Pizza stone|pizza stone]], pre-heat the [[Pizza stone|pizza stone]] under a very hot [[Grill|grill]] for about 20 minutes. Place it about 8cm (3") from the heat source.
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* If using a [[Pizza stone|pizza stone]], preheat the [[Pizza stone|pizza stone]] under a very hot [[Grill|grill]] for about 20 minutes. Place it about 8 cm (3") from the heat source.
 
* Leave the [[Pineapple|pineapple]] pieces draining in a [[Sieve|sieve]] while you prepare the [[Pizzas|pizzas]] - too much [[Juice|juice]] can make a soggy [[Pizza|pizza]].
 
* Leave the [[Pineapple|pineapple]] pieces draining in a [[Sieve|sieve]] while you prepare the [[Pizzas|pizzas]] - too much [[Juice|juice]] can make a soggy [[Pizza|pizza]].
 
===Method===
 
===Method===
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| Pre-heat the [[Grill|grill]] to high as you can get it
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| Preheat the [[Grill|grill]] to high as you can get it
 
| Set the [[Pizza stone|pizza stone]] about 8 cm (3") below the heat source or the [[Pizza|pizza]] may burn
 
| Set the [[Pizza stone|pizza stone]] about 8 cm (3") below the heat source or the [[Pizza|pizza]] may burn
 
| Dust the work surface with [[Fine yellow cornmeal|fine yellow cornmeal]] and then stretch or roll the [[Dough|dough]] into two thin rounds
 
| Dust the work surface with [[Fine yellow cornmeal|fine yellow cornmeal]] and then stretch or roll the [[Dough|dough]] into two thin rounds
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| Prick the pizzas all over with a fork. This prevents it puffing up too much and burning while it is cooking.
 
| [[Grill]] the [[Pizza|pizza]] for about 2 minutes on one side only or until [[Browned|browned]].
 
| [[Grill]] the [[Pizza|pizza]] for about 2 minutes on one side only or until [[Browned|browned]].
 
| Remove from the [[Oven|oven]], flip over and add the topping.
 
| Remove from the [[Oven|oven]], flip over and add the topping.
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| Serve!
 
| Serve!
 
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[[Category:Pizza recipes]]
 
[[Category:Baked or roasted]]
 
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Revision as of 17:15, 27 July 2016


Hawaiian pizza
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Servings:Serves 4 - Makes 2 large pizzas
Calories per serving:556
Ready in:1 hour, 25 minutes
Prep. time:1 hour, 15 minutes
Cook time:10 minutes
Difficulty:Average difficulty
Recipe author:Chef
First published:7th November 2012

Hawaiian pizza is a pizza that usually consists of a cheese and tomato base with pieces of ham and pineapple. Often versions will have mixed peppers, mushrooms and bacon. Another variety consists of pineapple and Canadian bacon. It is the most popular pizza in Australia, accounting for 15% of pizza sales. Wikipedia.

This version is the ham, mozzarella and pineapple version - and very good it is too.


Ingredients

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Mise en place

Method

  1. Preheat the grill to high as you can get it
  2. Set the pizza stone about 8 cm (3") below the heat source or the pizza may burn
  3. Dust the work surface with fine yellow cornmeal and then stretch or roll the dough into two thin rounds
  4. Prick the pizzas all over with a fork. This prevents it puffing up too much and burning while it is cooking.
  5. Grill the pizza for about 2 minutes on one side only or until browned.
  6. Remove from the oven, flip over and add the topping.
  7. First give a little drizzle of olive oil then layer the ham cheese and pineapple over the pizza.
  8. Add a drizzle of olive oil and bake for for 3 to 5 minutes (depending on how hot your oven is) or until the cheese browns a little. Watch it carefully as it's easy to burn at such a high heat.
  9. Serve!


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