Fig Goat Cheese Pizza

Fig Goat Cheese Pizza

Fig Goat Cheese Pizza

Fig Goat Cheese Pizza

After we learned to make pizza dough it is time to move on to more complex and interesting combinations. And here’s a Fig Goat Cheese Pizza.

At first glance, it may seem like an odd combination, but let us remember the world-famous Hawaiian pizza with pineapple, times it seriously and for a long time took their positions, and this is not as scary as it seems.


  • Basic dough recipe
  • Ham — 60 g
  • Fig — 3 pieces
  • Goat cheese — 50 g
  • Olive oil — 3 tbsp
  • Tomato sauce — 2 tablespoons
  • Arugula — 50 g


How to make dough I told in detail in the section master class by the way go there often will be a lot of interesting things. When the dough is ready, roll it normally to a thickness of 23 mm. This time I made a pizza with upstand, simply fold the edge of the dough, nothing complicated.

The finished seam test sprinkle olive oil, cover with tomato sauce and sprinkle with goat cheese, fig slices and slices of ham.

Let’s order: this type of pizza is a little different from the usual American typewith a bunch of cheese and toppings. Here we use a little bit of everything, but I assure you this is not pizza from becomes less tasty or satisfying. Again I sayingredients can be replaced, but I would have done everything exactly as stated.



Ready-made pizza put in oven at maximum temperature for 712 minutes. Here there is nothing to burn, as in Margarita, so you can wait for a confident Brown from dough and meat. In General, see for yourself.

While the pizza is cooked in a separate bowl, pour the Greens with olive oil and gently toss, quite a bit. Remove the pizza, sprinkle with abundant greenery and freshly ground pepper.

Pizza is very harmonious. Goat cheese slightly sour-sweet, strong meat with Arugula and soft sweet figs, olive oil, flavour enhancer of all ingredients, tomatobase and a great crispy dough.

You can also prepare Beef Mozzarella Pizza

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