Every week, another new pizza!
As I was walking through the supermarket with Theresa in the produce section, I saw that sweet corn is just coming into season. I bet I could make a pizza out of that!
A couple of fresh ears of corn should do the trick.
I cut the corn kernels off the cobs, but I'm not quite done with the cobs yet.
I heated some garlic and onions in some oil, then added my corn kernels.
After cutting off the kernels, there's still some good corn flavor left in the cobs. I scraped the juices out and into a bowl.
I don't know what this mash is, but I used it along with water to make my pizza dough, using my normal recipe.
And normally I'd flour the parchment, but because it's a corn pizza, I thought corn meal was more appropriate.
I was debating whether to add red tomato sauce to this one or something else. In the end, the red sauce won out.
That's a lot of corn on that pizza, but let's give it a shot!
One sweet summer corn pizza!
The crust looks a little dark, but it was surprisingly light and crispy. The dough was just a little sweet and did have a corn flavor. The corn topping was certainly an interesting one. It was good. I like corn. But it's nothing I'd be craving again.
And it's not the only pizza I'm making today either. There's also a meat pizza with these delicious pepperonis that curl up as they crisp.
A combo pizza.
And a BBQ Smoked Pork pizza with red onions, cilantro, and bbq sauce.
Why so many pizzas? Because we're in Michigan visiting family!
Someone likes their pepperoni pizza.
A lot of delicious-looking pizzas! I like that sweet corn pizza idea...lots of fresh corn from the cob, cob juice and the corn meal sound like a yummy combo. Ian's special pepperoni pizza...just the way he likes it, simple but with lots of pepperoni! Another great pizza night! EOMReplyDelete