Easy Ciabatta Pizzas
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- 3 tbsp tomato paste (purée)
- 2 tsp dried oregano or mixed dried herbs
- 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil, plus extra for drizzling
- 1 fat clove garlic
- 1 x 4 oz (120 g) log of goat cheese
- 2-3 tomatoes
- 10 slices spicy salami or pepperoni
- 1/2 cup (50 g) black or green pitted olives
- 1 handful arugula (rocket) or fresh flat-leaf parsley
- Sea salt and freshly ground pepper
- Salad, to serve (optional)
- 1. Mix the tomato paste (purée), most of the oregano, the olive oil,and some salt and pepper in a bowl. Crush the garlic and stir into the mixture.
- 2. Preheat the broiler (grill). Cut the bread in half lengthwise, then put onto a baking sheet, cut side up. Put under the broiler for 2 minutes or until pale golden. Spread the sauce over the bread, making sure that you go all the way to the edges.
- 3. Slice or crumble the goat cheese and slice the tomatoes.
- 4. Arrange the cheese, tomatoes, salami and olives over the bread without overlapping too much- that way everything will get a good blast from the heat of the boiler. Try and cover the edges of the bread too, so they don't singe. Sprinkle with a little more oregano and some black pepper, then drizzle with oil to help everything meld together.
- 5. Broil (grill) the pizzas for about 10 minutes, or until the cheese, tomatoes, and salami are starting to turn golden. Serve with a scattering of arugula (rocket) or parsley leaves and a fresh salad.
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