Quattro Formaggi (Four Cheese Pizza)

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Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
  • Roll out pizza dough on a lightly floured surface to 10-12 inches.
  • Place on lightly greased baking sheet or seasoned pizza stone.
  • Pinch up the dough edges to make thin rim.
  • Brush dough with garlic oil and top with red onion.
  • Scatter saga blue and mozzarella cheese over dough.
  • Mix together the gruyere, parmesan and thyme.
  • Sprinkle over.
  • Grind black pepper over entire pizza.
  • Bake for 15-20 minutes, until crisp and golden and the cheese is bubbling.
  • Serve immediately!

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  1. under12parsecs
    The epitome of what a cheese pizza should be! I did have to sub brie for gruyere as I didn't have any on hand, but the result was fantastic. Thanks for a wonderful recipe, Kim!
     
  2. appleydapply
    This was wonderful. I loved the combination of blue cheese and red onion. The other mellower cheeses made a lovely background for the stronger flavors. I made some minor substitutions: I used regular olive oil and sprinkled a bit of granulated garlic on top. I subbed jarlsberg for the gruyere (both are a type of Swiss cheese so this was a great substitution). And I used dried thyme instead of of fresh. This was easy to make, and I am such a cheese addict that I almost always have all those cheeses on hand! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
     
  3. FLKeysJen
    This is delicious, especially the red onions and blue cheese which gave it "a bite". I substituted provolone for the gruyere (but it was still Formaggi) and added pepperoni. Definitely a winning combination! Made for the Italy stop on the Zaar World Tour.
     
  4. *OzMan*
    This was a very good cheese pizza!! I usually make with some type of meat, but stayed with the recipe and was very pleased with the results. Thank you! :)
     
  5. chia2160
    this is delicious! i purchase fresh dough from my local pizzeria, made this after work, and it just vanished! i made 2 pizzas and added sliced red onion and red pepper strips to one of them. we all enjoyed this quick easy dinner
     
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  1. appleydapply
    This was wonderful. I loved the combination of blue cheese and red onion. The other mellower cheeses made a lovely background for the stronger flavors. I made some minor substitutions: I used regular olive oil and sprinkled a bit of granulated garlic on top. I subbed jarlsberg for the gruyere (both are a type of Swiss cheese so this was a great substitution). And I used dried thyme instead of of fresh. This was easy to make, and I am such a cheese addict that I almost always have all those cheeses on hand! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
     
  2. FLKeysJen
    This is delicious, especially the red onions and blue cheese which gave it "a bite". I substituted provolone for the gruyere (but it was still Formaggi) and added pepperoni. Definitely a winning combination! Made for the Italy stop on the Zaar World Tour.
     

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