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  • Breakfast Pizza

    Heya's,

    Finished my door this weekend, So after a pizza night with guests Saturday night I placed the door in, Sunday morning I worked someleft over dough into shape and on went the cheese bacon,onion and a egg.
    about 10 minutes later cup of coffe in hand pulled my breakfast out of the oven..touch of cracked pepper, and a nice way to start the day I must say!!Name:  e70b5556c170fc567371a0199890799b.jpg
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    Re: Breakfast Pizza

    Wow what a great way to start a day!

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    • #3
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      That is beautifulllllll,,, I like the looks of yours better.. Heres the one I did, It was good though

      Cheers
      Mark
      Last edited by ThisOldGarageNJ; 08-16-2010, 05:50 PM.

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      • #4
        Re: Breakfast Pizza

        Superb looking pizza gv...

        I always seem to find myself having to eat "leftover pizza" for breakfast ...

        Yours looks a whole lot better!
        / Rossco

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        • #5
          Re: Breakfast Pizza

          wow, sounda extremely delicious off cause i wil cook it
          Lost in choosing userbars for this forum...

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          • #6
            Re: Breakfast Pizza

            Great way to start the morning..
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            • #7
              Re: Breakfast Pizza

              what pizza you like the most guys.. I love italian..
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              • #8
                Re: Breakfast Pizza

                We had our WFO built as part of a project to extend the house. One Sunday we had no usable kitchen so as part of doing the curing of the oven I cooked a full English in there - did it in a tray and not on a pizza base though.

                I put the Cumberland Sausage in first followed by black pudding, mushrooms and bacon. Finally, just before it was cooked, I cracked a few eggs over it all. Delicious.

                The builders, who had thought I was nuts for building this thing, were straight over for a bacon sandwich.

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                • #9
                  Re: Breakfast Pizza

                  Originally posted by blackjack View Post
                  I put the Cumberland Sausage in first followed by black pudding, mushrooms and bacon. Finally, just before it was cooked, I cracked a few eggs over it all. Delicious.
                  Any pics??? Sounds very nice indeed!!

                  Rossco
                  / Rossco

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                  • #10
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                    Unfortunately not as they had the back wall offthe house and everything was in a total mess.

                    I can thoroughly recommend it though - the mingling of the juices and then binding it all together with the eggs cracked over it makes for a pretty tasty sunday breakfast. A lot less greasy than a fry up with a WOF taste.

                    I just wet the bottom of the pan with a litte EVOO and it cooked itself really.

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