Traditional Scottish/Italian fare with a baked bean twist.
Chop half a small onion and fry gently in a little butter.
Next, break up a generous slice of pre-cooked haggis from Rob’s in Dandenong, mix with the onion and combine with a small tin of baked beans before plastering the mixture evenly over your home-made pizza base. Call me a snob but you can’t go wrong with Heinz Baked Beanz.
Cover with an equal mix of grated cheddar and Mozzarella, then finished off with a good pinch of mixed/Italian herbs.
Cook in the oven as you would any less exotic pizza and Robert’s your uncle!
Slice, serve and wash down with your favourite Scotch.
There is a fun bonus if you wait until after the kids have finished before listing the ingredients in haggis…..
I’m sure that many would upchuck at the thought of baked bean pizza but take my word for it, it is awesome. The boffins over at Heinz were obviously on to something when they came up with the frozen one.
These days my kids go wild for my own homemade version. It’s not complicated and any baked beans will do. Spread over your tomato sauce or just tomato paste if you prefer, and top with cheese. The bulk of the cheese is simply cheddar of one sort or another but you can finish it off with a little mozzarella if you like. Sprinkle some mixed herbs over if you like and voila!
So if it’s not baked bean pizza, what’s your favourite?