This Pear Brie and Prosciutto Pizza with Honey Drizzle is light, and with a lot of flavor because of the individual ingredients. Also very little work, especially if you use a store-bought pizza crust.
1packageactive dry yeast
First make your pizza dough. Mix water with sugar and add the yeast. Stir and allow to become active in approx. 10 minutes. You will see it frothing of foaming.
In a large bowl mix together flour, salt, olive oil and the yeast mixture. Mix together, using a mixer or your hands; the dough should come clean from the side of the bowls.
Shape the dough into a ball and place it in a oiled bowl, wrap with saran wrap and allow to rise or not. (Up to you, according to Jo Cooks you need to let it rise).
Heat your oven to the highest temperature, around 500 degrees F.
Prepare the toppings.
Cut the onion in thing rings and caramelize these in a little bit of olive oil in a skillet. Do this slowly and you'll have soft sweet onions.
Wash the pear and take the core out (no need to peel it). Slice the pear thinly. Cut the brie in thin slices as well.
Prepare the pizza.
Cut the dough in half and make to pizza bottoms (any form you like) Place the pizza on a baking sheet that you dusted with cornmeal.
Now start 'decorating' the pizza bottom with the toppings. Caramelized onions, pear, arugula, prosciutto, brie.
When all is divided over the two pizza bottoms, drizzle each with little bit of honey.
Slice baking sheet in the oven and bake the pizzas for about 10 minutes.