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Three Cheese Peach and Prosciutto Pizza with Basil and Honey Balsamic Reduction

    I now believe that this has to be a weekly addition to my meal. Just picture a soft, garlic-topped pizza dough that is covered in a layer of delectable Italian prosciutto.

    After that, top it with a generous amount of fresh peach slices and three cheeses (this time, ricotta, fresh mozzarella, and asiago, all of which go very well with peaches).

    Then take it and bake it in a sizzling hot oven till golden-brown perfection, giving you the mouthwateringly delightfully melted cheese and the sweet and soft roasted peaches that will make you desire them. And to top it all off, add a tonne of fresh basil ribbons and a delicious honey balsamic reduction. Yes, this is a pizza you won’t soon forget.

    The perfect pizza is this one with peaches and prosciutto! Tomato sauce, mozzarella, and pepperoni are just a few of the many toppings of a pizza. It’s a planet with many opportunities.

    So this time, do something a bit new and move outside of your comfort zone. You won’t be sorry!

    Peach and Prosciutto Pizza Ingredients

    For the homemade pizza, you’ll need:

    • Pizza dough
    • Olive oil
    • Garlic
    • Salt and pepper
    • Prosciutto
    • Mozzarella
    • Asiago
    • Ricotta
    • Fresh peaches
    • Fresh basil

    And for the honey-balsamic reduction, you’ll need:

    • Honey
    • Balsamic vinegar

    How to Make Peach and Prosciutto Pizza

    • Preheat oven with pizza stone inside.
    • Make balsamic reduction.
    • Stretch pizza dough over lightly floured piece of parchment paper. Brush with olive oil and minced garlic.

    Season with salt and pepper, then lay prosciutto onto crust.

    Balsamic Reduction Method

    Into a big, deep pan, add honey and balsamic vinegar.
    15 minutes should pass while the mixture simmers for the vinegar to decrease.

    Can I use peaches from a can on this pizza?

    No, canned peaches are drowning in liquid. This prosciutto pizza recipe calls for fresh peaches.

    Is Balsamic Reduction Available in Stores?

    Yes, you should be able to get balsamic reduction at your neighbourhood grocery shop if you don’t want to create it yourself (likely in the same aisle as the vinegars).

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    Stir the balsamic reduction with a silicone spatula. That will make it simpler for you to scrape the skillet’s sides clean.
    For this dish, the peaches should be sliced quite thinly; otherwise, the oven won’t be able to properly cook them.
    The peaches don’t need to be peeled before being added to the pizza.

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