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Are you looking for the perfect finger food for the next occasion or do you want to serve pizza in a completely new way? Then these pizza roses might be just right for you! In this post I will show you how you can easily prepare delicious and crispy pizza roses yourself.
Pizza roses are wonderful finger food and an eye-catcher at every party. They are easy to prepare, can be filled in a variety of ways, look great and taste incredibly delicious. I used salami and mozzarella in this recipe. The combination of salami and mozzarella is of course perfect, as the shape of the salami can perfectly imitate the rose petals. You can of course also try other fillings and combinations (e.g. Hawaii with boiled ham and pineapple), but in order to maintain the rose shape, it is important that at least one of your components retains a natural round or semicircular shape. Can you think of any other combinations that they can be filled with?
If you are looking for more finger food recipes, then take a look at my recipe category for Finger food & party snacks around. There you will find more delicious ideas for every occasion – for example my delicious ones Ham and cheese wraps or my crunchy ones Mini hot dog bites .
Nutritional information per serving of Pizza Roses
Calories: 285 – Protein: 14g – Fat: 11g – Carbs: 32g
- 400g pizza dough
- 100g strained tomatoes
- 300g sliced salami
- 200g grated mozzarella
- 1 tsp oregano
- Step 1 Mix the tomatoes with oregano and a pinch of salt. Then spread evenly on the rolled out pizza dough and sprinkle with mozzarella
- Step 2 Divide the dough into 6 even sheets. Then lay out halved slices of salami on each sheet so that the round edge extends beyond the edge of the dough, leaving the bottom edge of the dough free and the slices overlapping each other. (Tip: It’
- Step 3 s best to watch the recipe video.)
- Step 4 Now fold over the free edge of the dough and cover the salami slices. Then carefully roll up the dough from one side
Bake the Pizza Rosen in a muffin tray at 180 degrees convection for about 20 minutes.