Total Time
35mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 15 mins

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Prepare Pizza dough made in bread machine as per bread machine's instructions.
  2. Spread a little cornmeal on the pizza pan before placing the dough on it-- this helps crisp the dough nicely.
  3. Make sure your hands have olive oil on them when flattening the pizza dough for the pan.
  4. (I find that there is enough dough to make 2 pizzas.. just place foil on top of prepared pizza and freeze.) When ready to use defrost and bake.
  5. This pizza is'hot' and tasty-- have ready a cold beer beside you or a nice cold drink.
  6. Preheat Oven to 425F degrees Make a paste with the crushed garlic cloves and butter.
  7. With a pastry brush spread the garlic/butter on top of pizza dough.
  8. Add the shredded mozzarella cheese.
  9. Tear up the whole anchovies in pieces and place on the cheese.
  10. Add the black olives, and thinly sliced tomatoes.
  11. Sprinkle the dried herbs over the pizza.
  12. Mix the olive oil with the dried crushed pepper flakes and pour over the pizza dough.
  13. Bake in hot oven for about 15 minutes or until crust looks done and cheese has melted.
  14. Let cool a minute or two before slicing.
Most Helpful

I love pizza and this was delicious. Anchovies and olives are a natural pair! Great recipe!

Richard-NYC October 09, 2002

I hate to only rate this three stars, but it was way too salty! Pleeeeease DO NOT add the two teaspoons salt as called for in the recipe! I omitted the olive oil, only used one teaspoon salt, and used all the ingredients to top one pizza. I made Wheat Pizza Crust (Bread Machine) and made two crusts ~ used one for this caliente pizza and one for a pepperoni pizza. This is a great combination of flavors, and I will make it again, but without any added salt! :) Made for Undercover: Pies and Tarts, June 2010 in the Photo Forum.

Kerfuffle-Upon-Wincle June 06, 2010

The caliente pizza was very tasty, however i used artichokes and fresh sliced tomatoes for toppings instead of anchovies and olives.

JSAPP3 October 08, 2002