smash pizza query

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  1. fairy3853

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    in my lurking-ness through the variouse threads on hear I have come across sw smash pizza which sounds lovely.

    Thing is, im not 100% convinced with smash any more so was wondering if it would work with normal spuds smashed up
     
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    I've made it with mashed potato before. I don't really like it to be honest (the potato pizza thing), I think Smash is used for quickness really.
    There was a recipe in the SW magazine years ago and it used potatoes rather than Smash.
     
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    might give it a whirl, then again might just use a hexb pitta instead..Thanks xx
     
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    Not tried one made with mash, but did a rosti one which is similar I guess. Wouldnt touch the Smash one again, the rosti one was better, a quick search for rosti pizza should bring up the recipe.

    But tbh I think if I want a pizza Id prefer to spend 1 HEXB on a proper pitta base (or similar) for it. Loads easier and still tastes like an Actual Pizza. :D

    Here's my rosti pizza:[​IMG]
     
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    Instant mash Pizza

    Pete’s Pizza made from Instant Mash (3)



    Serves 4

    Ingredients

    Use 125g from a pack of Sainsbury Instant Mash (250g)
    One Tsp of mixed herbs.

    Method

    Mix together then add hot water until the mix is like bread doe.
    Add 1 egg and mix.
    Spray a Flat Pan with 3-4 Fry Light shots, wipe across pan.
    Press the mix into the pan and cover in clingfilm, rolling out with a rolling pin as thin as possible, remove clingfilm.
    Cook one side until light brown then slide onto a flat plate with care, add 2-3 Fry Lights then return the pizza base and cook other side 3-6 mins depends on thickness.
    Allow to cool on a cake rack.

    Put Passata in a pan enough to cover Pizza base, add 1 TSP Tomato Puree and a few drops of “Worcester Sauce”,add chopped basil leaves, heat till thickened but DO NOT BOIL.
    Coat the Pizza base with the Passata, cook your onion in balsamic vinegar until soft, add to base.
    Add your choice of “Toppings”

    This was my choice of Toppings : 5balls/40g Mozzarella, 1 slices of Lean Ham, 2 Mushrooms, sprinkled with 28g of Mild Hard Cheddar and place on Pre Heated Pizza Stone at 180/190 and cook until the cheese is bubbling.

    Eat with Salad.

    Sainsburys Ham Sainsburys
    7 wafer thin breaded Ham slices Cows Milk Mozzarella

    Per 1 slice Per 5 balls/ 40g

    Cal=18 Kcal=81.6
    Fat=0.2g Fat=6.16g
    Total Sugar=0.3g Sugar=0.5g
    Salt=0.4g Salt=0.43g
    Sat Fat=trace Sat Fat=4.0g

    Sainsburys Sainsburys Mash
    Mild Hard Cheese

    Per 28g Per 100g

    Kcal=110 Cal=18
    Fat=9.1g Fat=0.2g
    Total Sugar=0.2g Total Sugar=0.3g
    Salt=0.5g Salt=0.4g
    Sat Fat=6.2g Sat Fat= Trace
     

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