Good Gobble Pizza….Good Golly!

As promised for the lovely folks on Good Golly, Good Gobble!  Bailey and Jules who are total pizza lovers here is a lovely vegetarian pizza in their honour, the “Good Gobble Pizza!”

This is a completely new pizza recipe, and one that is so tasty and unexpectedly good.

I love to use samphire, and although not in season at the moment, I grab it whenever I see it, as it is a real delicacy for me, and teamed with some creamy slightly salty goats cheese and couchillo olives, little very sweet and moreish. This makes for an outstanding pizza.

I used my overnight sponge dough for the base, giving a complex tasting base, in a screaming hot oven, cooked on a heavy duty baking sheet.

I spread over a mix of passata, olive oil and pesto, before loading with chunks of goats cheese, a handful of samphire, with a few olives on top.

I used a mix of polenta and semolina on the base to stop it sticking and fired it into the hot oven, it took around 5 minutes to cook, and I drizzled with a little olive oil mixed with pesto.

Enjoy Bailey and Jules!

16 responses to this post.

  1. This looks fab, I made pizzas the other day but cheated and used a bread machine!

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  2. Samphire is in the fridge ready to be used to make this bad boy! Very excited! Where can I find your dough recipe?

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  3. Posted by peasepudding on January 29, 2012 at 6:41 pm

    Now samphire sounds a good idea on pizza, we have only just discovered it at our beach in NZ this week and I dont think anyone knows what it is!

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    • Oh yes it is very good! Lucky you, it’s not in season really yet, usually try to eat seasonally but couldn’t resist it!
      It would be perfectly in season with you though, and lucky you finding a good source.
      Let me know please if you give it a go on pizza.
      Cheers
      Marcus

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  4. Oh my lord, that looks brilliant, Marcus. The base look so perfect!

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  5. That looks like a great pizza. I sometimes go to Franco Manca in Brixton – they have a wood fired oven and make their own sour dough. The pizza bases are fantastic, as is their sour dough bread.

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  6. Wow MARCUS, we are soooo amazed! Thanks so much for making us a pizza. We are going to have to try it soon and will of course blog about it and let you know how it goes! THANKS!!!!!! Mmmm, looks delicious and very posh!!!

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  7. Posted by Tina on January 28, 2012 at 11:18 am

    And it tasted as good as it looked! Charlie thinks your pizza’s are the best x

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  8. good Golly indeed, that looks fantastic,.. and ps, i am very close to getting John to make a smoker, he has ordered a book.. so stand by .. could be exciting!

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