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Lobster and Asparagus Pizza

Dec 29, 2020Posted by guestchefPrint
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Dr. Jon Mills with his Wood Fired Pompeii Brick Oven

Hailing from the province of Ontario, Canada, Chief Psychologist and professor, Dr. Jon Mills, is a long-time fan of wood fired cooking. He submitted this recipe for our 2020 Recipe Contest and we think it looks and sounds amazing! Cooking new dishes always involves an element of risk, but they can also yield many happy surprises. This pizza is one of those winning flavor combinations.

Notes from the Chef:

“This was an experiment and it turned out great. The lobster meat dominates and you hardly notice the asparagus.  Thin stalks are best, as they are not chalky, but still provide a bright snap and depth.  You can also add some chopped fresh dill or cilantro over the lobster before cooking the pizza, which gives it a more complex flavor.”

Lobster and Asparagus on Pizza
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Featuring flavors from both the sea and the farm, this pizza brings both together in a delicious combination.
Servings
1 10-inch pizza
Servings
1 10-inch pizza
Lobster and Asparagus on Pizza
Lobster and Asparagus Pizza
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Featuring flavors from both the sea and the farm, this pizza brings both together in a delicious combination.
Servings
1 10-inch pizza
Servings
1 10-inch pizza
Ingredients
Servings: 10-inch pizza
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Instructions
Ingredient Prep
  1. In a cast-iron skillet, mix trimmed asparagus with some minced garlic and olive oil, and place in the oven for a few minutes to soften. (You want a crisp-tender texture. Do not overcook.) Remove from oven and set aside.
    Asparagus in a Cast Iron Pan
  2. Prepare your sauce from the tomatoes. (Note: You can blend in the spices and minced garlic and thicken it a bit. Or you can add the spices and minced garlic separately to the pie after the sauce.)
Pizza Prep
  1. Bring your pizza dough to room temperature. Stretch your dough out to approximately 10" diameter.
  2. Once sauce, spices, and garlic are applied over the dough, place a thin layer of cheese over the top.
  3. Place the cooked asparagus on the pizza.
  4. Then add the lobster meat in chunks. Arrange ingredients to preference (see options above.) Sprinkle on a bit more cheese. Drizzle olive oil over the top
    Lobster and Asparagus on Pizza
  5. Place in the oven and bake for 2-4 minutes depending on your oven's temperature. Note: You can bake directly on the cooking floor or on a pizza pan, as you prefer.
    Pizza on pan in wood fire oven
Recipe Notes

Using a minimal amount of cheese will keep the pizza from getting heavy or greasy. You want the lobster and asparagus flavors to be the star of the show. The cheese is an accent.

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