Farmers Market Asparagus & Potato Pizza Recipe





If you caught Monday’s publish, I wrote all about my technique for developing with a dinner recipe whereas buying on the fly on the farmers market. And, drumroll please… right here’s what I made! It’s a giant inexperienced, veggie potato pizza loaded with chopped asparagus, asparagus ribbons, cheese, flowering thyme, chives, and people fairly chive blossoms that I received at Chicago’s Logan Square Farmers Market. It’s spring on a plate… or somewhat, spring on dough.

I do know I say this on a regular basis, however I LOVE letting native produce lead my meal planning. These contemporary impromptu meals simply actually make me excited to make and play with meals. Which is why we love this partnership with Sub-Zero – their Fresh Food Matters Initiative is all about moving into the kitchen to make meals for your loved ones utilizing contemporary vegatables and fruits.


Farmers Market Asparagus & Potato Pizza

So let’s get cooking!

To make these fairly asparagus ribbons, you don’t want a elaborate kitchen software, only a common vegetable peeler. This peeling approach works finest with asparagus that’s on the medium-to-thick aspect to be able to get good lengthy peels. After you’re achieved peeling, chop up the bits which can be left and toss these onto the pizza as nicely.

Layer the pizza with olive oil, garlic, cheese (I recommend gruyere or white cheddar – your favourite vegan cheese would work too), thinly sliced small potatoes and the chopped asparagus bits. Bake it till the potatoes and the dough are each properly browned.


Farmers Market Asparagus & Potato Pizza

After the pizza comes out of the oven, layer on the beautiful toppings – the asparagus ribbons, and chive blossoms if in case you have them (if you happen to don’t – simply use extra chopped chives!)


Farmers Market Asparagus & Potato Pizza

Heat this up for a couple of extra minutes in order that the asparagus frivolously wilts. Serve this fancy pizza with a pale rosé. Cheers!


Farmers Market Asparagus & Potato Pizza


Farmers Market Asparagus & Potato Pizza

 

  • 6 to eight thick asparagus spears
  • three to four small Yukon gold potatoes
  • 1 pound uncooked pizza dough
  • Extra-virgin olive oil, for drizzling
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 1½ cups gruyere or white cheddar cheese
  • 2 tablespoons chopped chives
  • 2 radishes, thinly sliced, optionally available
  • Squeezes of contemporary lemon juice
  • 5 chive blossom flowers, optionally available
  • 1 tablespoon thyme flowers or contemporary thyme leaves
  • ⅓ cup shaved contemporary parmesan cheese
  • sea salt and freshly floor black pepper
  1. Preheat the oven to 450°F.
  2. Use a vegetable peeler to peel the asparagus vertically into ribbons. Set the ribbons apart and finely chop any leftover bits of the tender elements of the asparagus, avoiding the fibrous inch or so on the ends.
  3. Use a mandoline or a pointy knife to slice the potatoes paper skinny.
  4. Stretch the pizza dough to suit a big pizza stone or pan. Brush the dough with olive oil and sprinkle with the minced garlic. Top the dough with three-fourths of the gruyere cheese, after which layer the potatoes in circles, ranging from the surface of the pizza working in. Let them overlap simply barely. Sprinkle on the remaining gruyere cheese and half of the chives and bake for 12 to 14 minutes or till the dough is cooked via and the potatoes are tender.
  5. Remove the pizza from the oven and prime with the radish slices, if utilizing, and the asparagus ribbons. Squeeze lemon over the asparagus and sprinkle with a couple of pinches of salt and pepper. Break aside the chive blossoms and sprinkle on prime together with the thyme flowers and/or leaves. Return the pizza for the oven for three minutes to frivolously heat the toppings.
  6. Remove from the oven and prime with the parmesan cheese and freshly cracked black pepper.

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 Thanks to Sub Zero for partnering (and provoking) this farmers market recipe. Check out freshfoodmatters.com for extra nice seasonal produce ideas and be part of the dialog on-line utilizing #FreshFoodMatters!