Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Pear & Gorgonzola pizza...all you pizza fans, it'll rock your world :)

Last week on one of my favorite blogs, WhipperBerry, I saw a link to a delicious looking pear pizza with caramelized onion and bleu cheese. It reminded me of when I experienced my first pear and gorgonzola pizza at California Pizza Kitchen. (read about the epic experience here)
I decided to make it for dinner last night (with gorgonzola instead of bleu cheese)...to celebrate our first FHE (family home evening...family night) of 2011!

Here's how I made this mind-blowingly good pizza...so easy, yet so decadent!
{thinly slice your onions, and your pears...then caramelize)

Spread some barbecue sauce and add the toppings!
(I didn't have enough time to make the dough from scratch, but I used a pizza crust mix that i just added water & some minced onions to add some flavor)
{diced mozzarella...caramelized onion...crumbled gorgonzola...caramelized pears}

{Pop it in the oven at 475 degrees for about 10-15 minutes}

{Finally top your hot pizza with a fresh spring mix of lettuce and arugula}

It was divine my friends. I had to use some major will-power not to have thirds so that Adam could have a slice in his lunch today at work.
Yea, I love him that much :)

PS - I linked up to these two wonderful blogs...go see who else did!

UndertheTableandDreaming Photobucket

12 comments:

Brooke said...

YUMMY!!! I was just telling Mr. Charming how much I wanted to make a homemade pizza!

Eva Marie said...

that sounds yum :)
Sean can't eat onions but i LOVE them - this is so right up my alley..

question? what sauce was on the pizza? could you use a light olive oil pesto sauce?

Ashley said...

I don't even like onions...and that looks absolutely delicious! YUMMMMM!

I think I'll try to make it this weekend!

Haley K said...

Glad you ladies like the idea! seriously do it, you'll die :)

Eva Marie, you could totally make the pizza with onions just on one half :) And I added to the post that it was a BBQ sauce, thanks for catching that! if you try your olive oil pesto sauce you'll have to let me know how it turns out! And below is a link to another recipe with a different sauce (more like the one at CPK). The BBQ sauce was delicious, but I'm going to try the gorgonzola sauce next time!

http://www.laurens-kitchen.com/caramelized-pear-and-gorgonzola-pizza/

Michelle said...

Oh my gosh, this looks way too good! I need to try it soon!

S and O said...

I've never heard of pizza with pears before -- but that sounds delicious!! And these pictures are making me soooo hungry...
I'm going to have to try this out for sure :)
Thanks for sharing this!
xoxo
Olivia

Megan said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! This sounds delish....I may have to step outside of my comfort zone and try it!

Tunes & Spoons said...

hahaha. you love him THAT much! Thats a pretty big deal!

ummmmm, that pizza looks so amazing! your pictures of it are great! My favorite tastes are those that combine something sweet and salty. Im a big fan of fruit on my pizza! Thanks for sharing this!

Red Boots said...

My, this looks delicious! I'm definitely trying this. Any veggie dish that looks this good is going to be amazing!!

Transplant said...

I am so excited to try this. I've never made a homemade pizza and I think this is going to be my first!

whipperberry.com said...

This looks divine!! I love, love, love that combination. Thanks for partying with us this weekend, we would love a link back.

kisses
heather

Emily {WhipperBerry} said...

Haley,
I wanted to let you know we featured this on WhipperBerry today! Thanks for joining our party, it was so great to see a friendly face in the mix!! And of course you already know how much I loved this pizza! But I loved your button earrings too, so it was a tough call. :)

Loves,
Emily

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