There’s a nice trick to making a memorable pizza. All you have to do is combine different kinds of flavor, and you’ll get a result that’s going to be hard to forget. The key is to select flavors that either contrast a lot, or complement each other to form a more intense flavor. In this case we’ll try doing the former: we’ll combine sweet and acid flavors. That’s what this peach and tomato pizza is for!
We’re going to keep this recipe simple to make sure the main ingredients don’t have any interference from other flavors. We recommend you use a crust and a sauce as mild as possible. It’s important you let the peach and tomatoes be what you taste the most!
Give it a try! Who knows, maybe this will be your new favorite pizza to eat!
Peach and Tomato Pizza
- 1 cup tomato pizza sauce homemade or store-bought
- 1 cup mozzarella cheese sliced
- 1 peach thinly sliced
- 1 tomato thinly sliced
- Preheat the oven at the highest temperature available — or 500 °F
- Cover the dough with the pizza sauce, and bake in the oven for ten minutes. For the sake of the ingredients we'll use, we won't have the pizza in the oven for long, meaning it won't be enough time to bake the crust properly. You'll have to bake it right now, before placing any toppings except the sauce.
- Once the crust has been nicely cooked, take it out of the oven. Place the mozzarella slices all over the crust.
- Distribute the peaches and tomatoes, making sure not to overlap them much to avoid piling up ingredients. Try to put them close to each other, though.
- Bake the entire pizza once again, this time for three minutes.