Homemade Potato Pizza – Two Ways

authentic italian Potato Pizza, the Perfect Pizza Dough is made into a Tasty Potato Pizza done two different ways. A simple and a Cheesy, Sausage translation. Both easy and both thus delightful .
potato pizza baked
Potato Pizza has always been a front-runner in our house. specially for my kids. When they were small and we would go to get bread at the Bakery, they would constantly ask for a piece of Pizza e Patate .
so when my cousin was hera visiting and we ordered a slit of Pizza she promptly ordered, Potato Pizza. She ordered the simple equitable Potato and rosemary pizza, whereas I prefer the more is best option with mozzarella and sausage on circus tent !

consequently I decided I would give you the option of choosing your favorite .
But to start I knew that in order to make the identical best pizza you needed to make your own Homemade Pizza Dough , and I have to admit mine is decidedly one of the best I have always eaten ( and many of you have told me the like thing ) and it ’ s so easy :

How can you make this Pizza Dough?

  • you can make it by hand
  • you can make it with a stand up mixer
  • you can let it rise to use in a couple of hours
  • or you can let it rise overnight in the fridge to use the next day

how to make potato pizza the dough and the ingredients

Ingredients for the Pizza:

All you need are a couple of potatoes sliced very slender, 1-2 sprigs of fresh rosemary and olive anoint .
To make it with tall mallow, you will need, mozzarella, a couple of potatoes shredded, 1-2 italian sausages, clean rosemary sprigs and olive anoint .
how to make potato pizza simple and sausage and cheese

Tips for making it the Best

  1. Whether you make your dough with a machine or by hand, be sure to let it rise until doubled in bulk.
  2. This Pizza Dough recipe will make 2 large or 1 large and 2 medium pizzas. You may even get another pizza depending on how thick you like your crust.
  3. Make sure to let the dough rest at least 20 minutes before stretching into your desired form.
  4. Wet your fingers with a little oil when stretching the dough, this way it won’t stick to your fingers.
  5. And yes stretching the dough with your fingers is best, because it is easier on the dough.
  6. Slice the potatoes thin so they will bake perfectly.
  7. This Potato pizza is baked at a lower temperature to make sure everything bakes to perfection.
  8. Let Pizza sit about 3 minutes before cutting.

potato pizza simple with sliced potatoes

What temperature to Bake it

Because of the potatoes this pizza is best baked at a lower temperature than traditional pizza, I bake mine at 400F / 200C for approximately 20 minutes and then the last 5 minutes raise the temperature to 435F / 225C .

More Delicious Pizza Recipes:

sausage and cheese potato pizza slice

however you decide to make this Delicious Homemade Potato Pizza I hope you enjoy it and let me know what you think ! Buon Appetito !
2 slices potato pizza simple and with sausage and cheese
potato pizza slices on a white board

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Homemade Potato Pizza – Two Ways

authentic italian Potato Pizza, the Perfect Pizza Dough is made into a Tasty Potato Pizza done two ways. Both easily and both indeed delightful .

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Prep Time

15

minutes

Cook Time

16

minutes

Rising Time

2

hours

Total Time

31

minutes

Servings

10

servings

Calories

299

kcal

generatorRosemary Molloy

Ingredients

FOR THE PIZZA DOUGH

  • 1 Pizza Dough Recipe

FOR THE SIMPLE POTATO PIZZA

  • 1 boastfully potato ( slice very thin )

  • 2 sprigs rosemary ( leaves only )

  • 2-3 tablespoons olive oil

  • 1-2 pinches salt

FOR THE SAUSAGE CHEESE POTATO PIZZA

  • 2 big potatoes ( shredded ) ( 400 grams )

  • 1 1/2 cups firm mozzarella ( shredded ) ( 300 grams )

  • 1 large italian sausage ( casing removed and broken into bits ) ( 100 grams )

  • 1-2 pinches salt

  • 1-2 sprigs fresh rosemary ( leaves only )

  • 2-3 tablespoons olive petroleum

Instructions

  • Pizza Dough as per instructions.  Once dough has risen, pre-heat oven to 400F / 200C. Drizzle 2-3 cookie sheets or pizza pans with a tablespoon of olive oil, divide dough into 2-3 or balls and place on cookie sheet to rest for at least 20 minutes. Makeas per instructions. once boodle has risen, pre-heat oven to 400F / 200C. Drizzle 2-3 cookie sheets or pizza pans with a tablespoon of olive anoint, divide dough into 2-3 or balls and invest on cookie sail to rest for at least 20 minutes .

FOR THE SIMPLE POTATO PIZZA

  • Slice the potatoes very thin and place in a bowl of cold water, let sit 15 minutes then drain well and towel dry. Spread dough to desired shape, then top with sliced potatoes, sprinkle with rosemary and salt and drizzle with 1-2 tablespoons of olive oil, bake for approximately 15-20* minutes then raise temperature to 425F / 220C and let bake until fully cooked and potatoes have browned slightly. Let rest 3 minutes and then slice and serve. Enjoy!

FOR THE SAUSAGE CHEESE POTATO PIZZA

  • Shred potatoes and then place in a bowl of cold water, let sit 15 minutes then drain well and towel dry. Spread dough to desired shape, then top with 1/2 the shredded mozzarella, the shredded potatoes, sausage pieces, remaining cheese, rosemary leaves a sprinkle of salt and a drizzle of olive oil. Bake for approximately 15-20* minutes then raise temperature to 425F / 220C and let bake until fully cooked and potatoes have browned slightly. Let rest 3 minutes and then slice and serve. Enjoy!

*Could be more or less depending on your oven and how thick your pizza crust is.

    Nutrition

    Calories:

    299

    kcal

    |

    Carbohydrates:

    32

    g

    |

    Protein:

    11

    g

    |

    Fat:

    14

    g

    |

    Saturated Fat:

    4

    g

    |

    Cholesterol:

    21

    mg

    |

    Sodium:

    558

    mg

    |

    Potassium:

    498

    mg

    |

    Fiber:

    3

    g

    |

    Sugar:

    2

    g

    |

    Vitamin A:

    115

    IU

    |

    Vitamin C:

    12.9

    mg

    |

    Calcium:

    120

    mg

    |

    Iron:

    4.8

    mg

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