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“Mix and match” pizzas

In cooking, the expression “mix and match” sets pizza free. The sky’s the limit! It invites all different forms, textures and tastes – sometimes those a little unlikely and even downright surprising. The sensory experiences cause an explosion of fireworks in the taste buds by bringing together simple yet wonderfully striking flavours to spread on or pile up on our classic or completely reinvented crusts. We’re not wishing adieu forever to the all-dressed extra-pepperoni option, but we can save that for those lazy days when even slicing open a pita is just too much. Hey, we have days like that.

Preparation : 10 minutes

Ingredients

For pesto chicken and rapini pizza

For wild mushroom and herb pizza

For prosciutto and truffle oil pizza

For garlic and cherry tomato pizza

Instructions

Pesto chicken and rapini pizza

1. In a bowl, mix the chicken with the pesto; add the salt and pepper.

2. In a second bowl, lightly oil the rapini; add salt and pepper.

3. Spread the sauce on the crust of your choice. Top with chicken, rapini, the artichokes and pine nuts. Cook the pizza in the oven using the directions specific to the type of crust.

Wild mushroom and herb pizza

1. In a large pan on high heat, brown the mushrooms in the butter or oil for approximately 3 minutes. Add the salt, pepper and herbs.

2. Spread the sauce on the crust of your choice. Top with the sautéed mushrooms and sprinkle with the cheese. Cook the pizza in the oven using the directions specific to the type of crust.

Pizza prosciutto et huile de truffe

1. Spread the sauce on the crust of your choice. Top with the prosciutto, mozzarella and Parmesan.

2. Cook the pizza in the oven using the directions specific to the type of crust.

3. After removing the pizza from the oven, garnish with arugula and drizzle with truffle oil. Add pepper and serve immediately.

Garlic and cherry tomato pizza

1. Brush the crust of your choice with the olive oil. Top with the remaining ingredients except the pepper and herbs. Sprinkle with the fleur de sel.

2. Cook the pizza in the oven using the directions specific to the type of crust.

3. After removing the pizza from the oven, add the pepper and garnish with the herbs.

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