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Eatsy: Fig, Prosciutto, and Goat Cheese Pizza

Aug 4, 2011

by Kimberley Hasselbrink handmade and vintage goods

It’s easy to forget how fickle produce seasons can be. Last week, figs were available everywhere. It was their moment, after all. And because I wanted to make the most of this, I wanted to make a pizza that was all about the fig. Sunday morning, however, found me on a fruitless hunt.

Figs trees produce two crops in a season, and there’s a short lull between them. Sunday, I hit that lull. I visited seven markets in an increasingly desperate search and then called it a day. Monday, I went to the one supermarket that I had assumed wouldn’t carry them. And guess what? They had an embarrassingly huge display of figs front and center in their produce section. I considered dive-bombing the display in an unabashed expression of delight, but suspected that the store’s staff wouldn’t share my enthusiasm. But hallelujah! I had figs. (Their second season ramps up by mid-August.)

And now that there are figs for this pizza, let’s talk about the pizza itself. I’m a big proponent of a slow and patient approach. It can be tricky to achieve the tangy dough and blistered crust of a classic Neapolitan-style pizza at home, but there are little things we can do to get closer to that kind of perfection. Most important of these is to let the dough rest overnight and to give it plenty of time to rise on the day of. This ensures a little curing, which enriches and deepens the flavor of the dough. It’s kind of like making sourdough, but simpler.

The other important factor is a hot oven. And it’s summer out, so most of you are probably not too keen on cranking your oven to 500 degrees for the better part of an hour. The solution here is to grill your pizza. It’s the best way, short of a pizza oven, to achieve a gorgeous crust. And it’s a perfect excuse to spend an evening outdoors, where this pizza’s interplay of flavors will no doubt taste even better. The jammy sweetness of the fresh figs and the porcine saltiness of the prosciutto are the perfect foil for the mild, tangy qualities of the goat cheese. Below are instructions for making the pizza both in the oven and on the grill.

Fig, Prosciutto and Goat Cheese Pizza
Yield: two 12″ pizzas

For the dough:
(Dough recipe adapted from Gourmet)

2-2.5 cups all-purpose flour
1 cup warm water
1 teaspoon active dry yeast
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 teaspoon sea salt

For each pizza:

6 ounces mild goat cheese, crumbled
5 medium black figs, sliced lengthwise
2 ounces prosciutto, torn
Handful fresh basil leaves, torn
Olive oil
Cornmeal (polenta) for sprinkling under pizza
Salt and pepper to taste


Pizza stone (or use a baking sheet instead)
Pizza paddle (can use a cutting board)

To make the dough:

1. In a large mixing bowl, dissolve yeast in warm water and let stand for about 10 minutes. Whisk in the sea salt and the olive oil. Add the flour slowly, in half cup increments, mixing as you go. When the dough pulls away from the sides of the mixing bowl, it is ready to be kneaded.

2. Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured surface. Knead for 10 minutes, adding flour as necessary when dough becomes sticky. It should have a silky quality.

3. Place the dough in a lightly oiled, large mixing bowl and cover with plastic wrap.

4. Ideally, leave the dough in the fridge overnight to let the flavor of the dough intensify. If you don’t have the time, allow the dough enough time to double in size, at least 1.5 hours, longer if you can. Tuck it away in a warm place.

5. If your dough has been refrigerated overnight, allow it ample time (at least three hours) to return to room temperature.

6. Place a cold pizza stone (or baking sheet) in your oven, and preheat to 500 degrees at least 1/2 hour before the pizza is ready to go. (If grilling, prep your grill now.)

7. Divide the dough into two balls. Lightly flour your work surface. Using a rolling pin, roll outward from the center of the dough. Continue pressing the dough out in all directions, aiming to maintain a roughly circular shape, until you’ve made a 12 inch crust.

To make the pizza in the oven:

1. Sprinkle a thin layer of cornmeal over your pizza paddle or cutting board. You don’t want it to stick when transferring to the oven. Carefully transfer the dough to the paddle.

2. Brush a thin layer of olive oil over the crust. Follow with a light sprinkle of sea salt.

3. Spread the crumbled goat cheese evenly over the dough. Follow with the figs. The prosciutto and basil won’t go on the pie until it’s out of the oven.

4. Sprinkle some more cornmeal on the pizza stone. Gently shake the the pizza from the paddle onto the pizza stone. Bake at 500 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes.

5. Remove from the oven and top with the prosciutto and basil. Serve immediately.

To make the pizza on the grill:

1. It’s remarkably simple! After your crust is rolled out and your grill is fired up, bring everything you need for the pizza to the grill.

2. You’ll want to work with a hot grill, but not so hot that the pizza burns. Arrange the coals so that you can move the crust away from the heat if necessary.

3. Brush one side of the crust with olive oil. Place this side down and grill for about two minutes, until the bottom has started to brown.

4. Flip the crust. Arrange the goat cheese and figs on the browned side. Cook for another 4-5 minutes, checking to make sure that the bottom doesn’t burn.

5. When it’s ready, add the shredded prosciutto and fresh basil. Serve immediately.

What’s your favorite pizza recipe? Let us know in the comments below!


  • StillWithYou

    StillWithYou said 6 years ago

    Yummy! Thank you for a great article.

  • NecessiTees

    NecessiTees said 6 years ago

    I've had fig & prosciutto pizzas before- delicious! BUT, now I can make my own at home:) Thanks for the recipe!!! One of the best pizzas I have EVER had was in Philadelphia - sun-dried tomatoes,fresh basil & mascarpone. It was heavenly!

  • pixelimpress

    pixelimpress said 6 years ago

    wow, this looks scrumptious!

  • boardbeyondbelief

    boardbeyondbelief said 6 years ago

    Looks delicious! I love pizzas with a little something sweet on them. I make a similar pizza with dates, pickled beets, caramelized onions and goat cheese.

  • SimpleSatori

    SimpleSatori said 6 years ago

    That looks so great! I'm huge into good food and wine! I'd love to make this as soon as possible!

  • CarryTheWord

    CarryTheWord said 6 years ago

    I just bought figs this morning, now to get to work!

  • rarebeasts

    rarebeasts said 6 years ago

    That pizza looks so good! I'm hungry now.

  • VintageEye

    VintageEye said 6 years ago

    You had me at prosciutto! :)

  • Parachute425

    Parachute425 said 6 years ago

    Prosciutto - check Goat Cheese - check Pizza - check Fig - ahhhh, not so much

  • astarteearthart

    astarteearthart said 6 years ago

    One word, "Wow!" and Thank you!

  • virginiaclara

    virginiaclara said 6 years ago

    What? I will be making this tonight! Thanks!!!!

  • peaceloveandfeathers

    peaceloveandfeathers said 6 years ago

    This looks wonderful! I'm definitely going to try it! My favorite pizza would have to be, "French Onion Dip Pizza". It's great, and easy to make. All you need is: 1 ball of pizza dough 2 large onions thinly sliced (I prefer to use a sweeter yellow onion) 4 garlic cloves (minced) 3 teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil 1 cup of sour cream 1 cup of shredded sharp white cheddar cheese 1/2 cup of shredded Gruyere cheese 1/2 cup of grated Parmesan cheese Salt and pepper to taste 1 tablespoon of Thyme 1 tablespoon of Italian parsley You'll start out with preheating the over to 450ºF. Next you'll add your olive oil to a skillet, and brown your onions and garlic over medium heat. While your onions and garlic cooks, you can spread out your pizza dough to a preferred shape, and transfer onto your cooking pan, and brush it lightly with some olive oil. Bake the dough about 15 minutes, or until golden brown. After your onions and garlic finish cooking, add some salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste. Next add in the sour cream, and stir until well mixed. Spread the mixture onto your pizza crust. Sprinkle the cheeses, thyme, and parsley onto the pizza and return it to the oven, and bake until it is golden brown and bubbly on the surface. (About 10 minutes) Last but not least, enjoy! I got this recipe courtesy of Rachael Ray, and I added my own flare! It's definitely worth trying!

  • ElisaGomez

    ElisaGomez said 6 years ago

    Um...yum!! Going to make this on the weekend!! KIMBERLEY, seriously...all your food recipes are delish! My husband makes me make those horchata pops every other day ;)

  • verityunmondoaparte

    verityunmondoaparte said 6 years ago

    wow, sounds good! I'll try it, sure ^_^ My favorite is pizza with "mascarpone" (an italian chees) and chocolate ^_^ Here in Tuscany (Italy) we called pizza only pizza with tomatoes, and we colled "schiacciata" the pizza without tomatoes ^_^

  • junkyardglitter

    junkyardglitter said 6 years ago

    Wow. drooool. I want that.

  • tenderblue

    tenderblue said 6 years ago

    Looks great. I think tomorrow i'll going to try it.

  • marbled

    marbled said 6 years ago

    That pizza looks so good!

  • aplaydatewithpaper

    aplaydatewithpaper said 6 years ago

    Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe. Looks like pizza is on the menu tonight!

  • aoisart

    aoisart said 6 years ago

    I am Italian and I believe in homemade pizza dough! Thank you to spread the love for homemade pizza, it's healthier and yummier than store bought pizza...then you can customize it the way you want! Brava!

  • bhangtiez

    bhangtiez said 6 years ago

    O my Yum! Looks scrumptous!

  • DreamCake

    DreamCake said 6 years ago

    That looks delicious!

  • sewlola

    sewlola said 6 years ago

    What a delicious idea! I love figs! I can't wait to try this recipe. :)

  • WTHealthyBeauty

    WTHealthyBeauty said 6 years ago

    This looks so delicious!

  • electricbluebird

    electricbluebird said 6 years ago

    Living in the country, I am always on the lookout for free food source. This summer alone, I picked upwards of 30 lbs of free organic blueberries. I have access to several secret organic fig sources here in the country. My kids will love this. My youngest never met a strong cheese she didn't like and she's 5. I usually can a batch or two of a spiced lemon fig jam from a recipe I found on epicurious.

  • ashleyeaston

    ashleyeaston said 6 years ago

    Looks divinely delicious! Now I just have to wrangle up a gluten-free recipe for pizza dough before I give ths beautiful pizza a try. Figs are my summertime favorite, and they're all over the place down South. :)

  • TheScarfTree

    TheScarfTree said 6 years ago

    Wow, that seems like a fantastic recipe to try - never had fig on a pizza before - but worth a try! Thank you for this article.

  • KarmaKaryn

    KarmaKaryn said 6 years ago

    Yum! Missed the figs here in FL but will try to jump on the next season. Just a thought I have to share, add this for an amazing variation - balsamic reduction. It just adds another layer of amazing, drool-worthy, gotta-call-my -friends-NOW, type flavor. Drizzle after you've assembled everything. The sweetness contrasts with the salty prosciutto beautifully....and sometimes I add a sprinkle of parm for some nutty cheesy fun. Bliss :)

  • myvintagecrush

    myvintagecrush said 6 years ago

    I don't ever use 'omg', but OMGGGGGG does this pizza got it goin on!!

  • bananastrudel

    bananastrudel said 6 years ago

    The pizza is always greener on the other side. You're making me hungry.

  • zenceramics

    zenceramics said 6 years ago

    Thank you for this wonderful receipe! I live in San Diego and I have two young fig trees in my garden.The figs are just starting to get ripe. I am going to use them to make pizza. How fun!

  • mamontello

    mamontello said 6 years ago

    looks yummy! hope my market has figs!

  • ResaArtDesign

    ResaArtDesign said 6 years ago

    Fantastic! I wish it was in front of me now :) YUM!

  • cottagefarm

    cottagefarm said 6 years ago

    well, this might just be my new favorite recipe! gorgeous photos too. thanks for sharing

  • PoetryofObjects

    PoetryofObjects said 6 years ago

    a great sounding pizza to cook in the cob oven!

  • whimsicalpaperdot

    whimsicalpaperdot said 6 years ago

    YUMMY !!!!

  • papermenagerie

    papermenagerie said 6 years ago

    This looks amazing! We have great local figs, can't wait to try this.

  • LittleWrenPottery

    LittleWrenPottery said 6 years ago

    Wow that looks amazing, I've heard of figs and cheese before but never actually tried it... Will have to give it a go sometime!

  • aBreathofFrenchair

    aBreathofFrenchair said 6 years ago

    It looks so good! I'll take the pizza minus the fig.:)

  • sandimcmc

    sandimcmc said 6 years ago

    You had me at proscuitto.

  • laurrose

    laurrose said 6 years ago

    This looks amazing! I am going to the farmers market tomorrow, hoping to find some fresh figs. Thanks for the yummy post! -Lauren

  • kathyjohnson3

    kathyjohnson3 said 6 years ago

    Thanks for the new recipe! Looks scrumptious!!!

  • stuhls

    stuhls said 6 years ago

    sexy and glamorous with a crust!

  • ikabags

    ikabags said 6 years ago

    In Paris 01:17 I just finished couple of work and I am hungryyyyyyyyy ! No no no i cannot eat nothing before sleeping, but lunch time is pizza time in rainy Paris :) Thanks for great post and for your time :)) Cheers

  • kadydesigns

    kadydesigns said 6 years ago

    I love any kind of pizza! This looks so tastty and I love figs! My grandmother use to make fig preserves and I would spread it on toast! So good!!!

  • tpescdoc

    tpescdoc said 6 years ago

    Ooooooh does that look good! We make Peter Reinhart's NY style pizza every friday night with scamorza cheese. Like your recipe, you make the dough the day before. I bought a pizza stone and peel that CI recommended. Even with a generous dose of semolina flour, the dough still sticks to the peel and the smoke detector almost always goes off. My husband insists home ovens are not made to be cranked up to 500. Despite his thinking it is the best pizza he has had, the screeching smoke detector has caused many disagreements about whether we should just order out.

  • perfectwear

    perfectwear said 6 years ago

    Yummy! I will try to make it this weekend...can't wait!

  • littlebugjewelry

    littlebugjewelry said 6 years ago

    Oh, YUM!

  • elizabethwrenvintage

    elizabethwrenvintage said 6 years ago

    can't wait to make it this weekend- thanks!!!

  • adoodle

    adoodle said 6 years ago

    OMG, i could definitely have some RIGHT NOW... :D :D :D drooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooollllllll!

  • ChrissiesRibbons

    ChrissiesRibbons said 6 years ago

    Oh my, that looks divine.... will be trying it out asap

  • CecilandCo

    CecilandCo said 6 years ago

    Yum...I love pizza :)

  • LAccentNou

    LAccentNou said 6 years ago

    looks delicious!

  • TheMillineryShop

    TheMillineryShop said 6 years ago

    I have two little fig trees in my yard, in pots that I bring in for the Winter. Right now they are both loaded with fruit and if they are anything like last years crop, amazingly sweet. Put them on pizza? Absolutely! It's an honor to both the pizza and the fruit!

  • 5ft3photography

    5ft3photography said 6 years ago

    i am definitely making this! what an awesome combo - looks delicious!

  • AuntieAnna

    AuntieAnna said 6 years ago

    Normally, I balk at making pizza from scratch. But I saw your article, and then I read it...and I find I'm converted. I'm very excited to try this on the weekend, thank you!!!

  • spontaneousreality

    spontaneousreality said 6 years ago


  • oneofakindgiftshop

    oneofakindgiftshop said 6 years ago

    Yumm thanks

  • sweetanddirtys

    sweetanddirtys said 6 years ago

    i just ate dinner and seeing this i do believe that i am hungry again!

  • galaxyspirit

    galaxyspirit said 6 years ago

    Huh. Looks good! I just had pizza for dinner! :D

  • weezieduzzit

    weezieduzzit said 6 years ago

    Oh Yum! I've been craving figs since I learned how insanely easy it is to make ricotta at home (seriously try it, you'll never buy it again!) I think I'll sub the ricotta for the goat cheese and add the onions from the onion marmalade recipe on the My Husband Cooks blog. Surely 2 oz of proscuitto was a typo.... who has the self control to add only 2 oz of proscuitto? :)

  • GoddessOfJewelry

    GoddessOfJewelry said 6 years ago

    This looks DELISH! I gotta get me some figs...

  • EmbroideryCollection

    EmbroideryCollection said 6 years ago

    lemon pizza rocks!

  • BreatheCouture

    BreatheCouture said 6 years ago

    *drool* Yes please! :)

  • HomemadeSunshine

    HomemadeSunshine said 6 years ago

    I love good pizza! I wish we had figs around here.

  • vntagequeen

    vntagequeen said 6 years ago

    Mmmmmmm, we used to make this when I worked at Trader Joes! So YUM! Sometimes we would be bad and brush the crust with maple syrup. It was heaven!

  • ShoeClipsOnly

    ShoeClipsOnly said 6 years ago

    That looks soooo good!! thanks for sharing!

  • signsofmylife

    signsofmylife said 6 years ago

    thank you for this delicious idea. i must try this along with some others posted. what a lot of great idea's found here! thanks kimberly & others!

  • loopyboopy

    loopyboopy said 6 years ago

    I LOVE figs, but for gawds sake get those figs off my pizza:)

  • FranceGallery

    FranceGallery said 6 years ago

    This sounds like an interesting flavor combination for pizza!

  • SuppliesbyLyndsay

    SuppliesbyLyndsay said 6 years ago

    I don't like figs and have never tried goats cheese but I really love the sound of this pizza!

  • girltuesdayjewelry

    girltuesdayjewelry said 6 years ago

    I have a serious fig obsession. I've been known to consume a whole carton of figs from Costco (2 dozen in there?) in one day and not feel too guilty about it. Never thought of putting figs on a pizza but this recipe (and the glorious photos of it and the ingredients) practically made me lick my screen! Looks dee-lish-ous! Thank you!

  • TresChicNmodern

    TresChicNmodern said 6 years ago


  • ttgarden

    ttgarden said 6 years ago

    Wow sounds delicious. I will have to give it a try.

  • DJandPvintage

    DJandPvintage said 6 years ago

    Sounds fantastic, yummy, delicious can't wait to try. I have a friend with a fig tree so those ingredients are available when just right!

  • Julez7Jewelz

    Julez7Jewelz said 6 years ago

    Now I just need someone to make it for me... tooo tired.. : )

  • Julez7Jewelz

    Julez7Jewelz said 6 years ago

    Fig goat cheese is delightful, I can only imagine how good this is!

  • TheodeleArt

    TheodeleArt said 6 years ago

    Oooohhh divine!

  • nevinackered

    nevinackered said 6 years ago

    My mouth is watering. I should not have read this at work!

  • LazyLightningArt

    LazyLightningArt said 6 years ago

    This looks AMAZING.....we have a fig tree in our yard, now I know what ti do with the figs!

  • RedheadVintageII

    RedheadVintageII said 6 years ago

    OMG, this looks so yummy, can't wait to try this! Thank you! (but hold the Prosciutto please. :)

  • LaurelStar

    LaurelStar said 6 years ago

    How delicious it could be!

  • nonesuchgarden

    nonesuchgarden said 6 years ago

    Yummy! :-9 I love figs and I love fig pizza! One of my local pizzerias makes a similar pie. It's my favorite!

  • DARKLUXvintage

    DARKLUXvintage said 6 years ago

    total food porn. looks delicious. thanks for sharing!

  • PopOColor

    PopOColor said 6 years ago

    When figs aren't in season I make a similar pizza with fig preserves. Just put a thin layer on the dough and then top with prosciutto, cheese and little chiffonade of basil.

  • WalterSilva

    WalterSilva said 6 years ago

    I have had this recipe a few times, it is Deeeee lishhhh. The smell alone is breath taking and the first bite is MAD good!

  • lefleurvintage

    lefleurvintage said 6 years ago

    I want that!

  • blackelm

    blackelm said 6 years ago

    A friend of mine made me this exact pizza last weekend... I'm still dreaming about it. It was Amazing!

  • sandboxcastle

    sandboxcastle said 6 years ago

    Mmmmm Prosciutto would have been a nice addition...the last time I made a fig pizza i had Garlic truffle oil instead- which was also pretty heavenly P:

  • Iammie

    Iammie said 6 years ago


  • twinklelittlestarr

    twinklelittlestarr said 6 years ago

    I give this one a big fat homer simpson "mmmmmmmmmm fig pizza"

  • thechicadeeshop

    thechicadeeshop said 6 years ago

    Yum to my tum! Thank you, great post and written so well. Much happiness to your tummy!

  • onelovebird

    onelovebird said 6 years ago

    these photos are amazing! i love the first photo of the figs!

  • AliceCloset

    AliceCloset said 6 years ago

    Omg! Looks fantastic and super yummy :D I am italian,but I've never eat this pizza! I would like a slice of that.....yummmmyyyy!

  • katrinaalana

    katrinaalana said 6 years ago

    Yummy fpizza! Wish I could make this.

  • autumnvelvetrose

    autumnvelvetrose said 6 years ago

    YUM! Love me some pizza!

  • autumnvelvetrose

    autumnvelvetrose said 6 years ago


  • ChinaStonewareEtc

    ChinaStonewareEtc said 6 years ago

    Looks like this lovely Pizza will be heavenly! Thank you

  • stephaniepress

    stephaniepress said 6 years ago

    Yes to this!

  • LaylaLand

    LaylaLand said 6 years ago

    OMG!!! This is my new favorite pizza! I'm doing the happy dance just thinking about it.

  • KingdomeKuips

    KingdomeKuips said 6 years ago

    ^drools in the keyboard* ughhhhhhhhhhh

  • 5LeafClovers

    5LeafClovers said 6 years ago

    This pizza looks amazing!! I love figs. I have only had fresh figs once a long time ago & have since forgotten about their deliciousness! Thank you so much for this article & recipe, you have reawakened the fig in me.. Now I am going to be on a quest to get them to make this awesome pizza. :)

  • 5LeafClovers

    5LeafClovers said 6 years ago

    ...I think the last picture showing bites taken out of the pizza makes us all want to taste it even more.

  • fibrefelt

    fibrefelt said 6 years ago

    Fantastic! Thanks, can't wait to try it. I also love a pear, gorgonzola & pine-nut combination, & I sprinkle on grated cheese (emmenthal or mozzarella) - delicious!

  • selenadesigns

    selenadesigns said 6 years ago

    That pizza looks extremley delicious!!! My tummy is grumbling big time :)

  • PamperGirls

    PamperGirls said 6 years ago

    Oooooooh! That looks so yummy, I wish I could jump into the screen & try some! Thanks

  • smallcouture

    smallcouture said 6 years ago

    yummy yummy ! Thanks for sharing

  • Mclovebuddy

    Mclovebuddy said 6 years ago

    perfect use of figs. :)

  • RotemZ

    RotemZ said 6 years ago

    Divine ! Easy to make and it's fig season here - just received a great big bowl from my neighbour yesterday !

  • VenusFashionServices

    VenusFashionServices said 6 years ago

    Refreshing, modern, updated pizza. Pizza is like a rounded art, you can play around and improvise - and always have such pleasant results for the palette, tasting chemistry to fit the family and friends. Food is a source of happiness.

  • NsewFabrics

    NsewFabrics said 6 years ago

    Sooooooo glad i found this blog/recipe... can't wait to try it... out on the grill in the COOLER summer night, out of the kitchen-sounds like a plan !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • NsewFabrics

    NsewFabrics said 6 years ago

    MY favorite pizza... Steak & Cheese of course... I'm a NO SAUCE person... so most any pizza without tomatoe sauce is GREAT !!!

  • ooshkapah

    ooshkapah said 6 years ago

    This pizza is delicious... pairs nicely with a Cabernet Sauvignon.

  • marasdesigns

    marasdesigns said 6 years ago

    loves great !!! we have two fig trees and we have lots of figs this year. we have enough to share and for the birds and butterflies to eat.

  • MegansMenagerie

    MegansMenagerie said 6 years ago

    Looks really good!!!

  • TCaponePhoto

    TCaponePhoto said 6 years ago

    Delicious! I was planning on grilling a pizza this weekend... I think this will need to be it :) Thank you!

  • KristyLynnJewelry

    KristyLynnJewelry said 6 years ago

    Looks delish! I make homemade pizza every Friday, can't wait to give this a try!

  • Rewoodtoys

    Rewoodtoys said 6 years ago

    Yumm! Can't wait to give this a go.

  • nhvinyls

    nhvinyls said 6 years ago

    This looks delicious! Gotta try making it this weekend.

  • punkrocksquirrel

    punkrocksquirrel said 6 years ago

    Mmmmm!! That looks wonderful.....

  • CuriouslyUniQue

    CuriouslyUniQue said 6 years ago

    Looks delish..I think I will make this..

  • ajsaprons

    ajsaprons said 6 years ago

    Looks like a meal that would taste wonderful by a campfire light. Will try it - definately!

  • xZOUix

    xZOUix said 6 years ago

    man, i'm hungry....

  • BanglewoodSupplies

    BanglewoodSupplies said 6 years ago


  • whatthehartlikes

    whatthehartlikes said 6 years ago

    All my favorite ingredients on one pizza! I'm off to make this for lunch right now!

  • claribelskincare

    claribelskincare said 6 years ago

    That looks amazing!!

  • McIsaacArt

    McIsaacArt said 6 years ago

    Headed out to the garden to pick figs, hopefully I will make it back indoors before I eat them! Thanks for sharing. Ripe ones right now are White Kadota

  • GoldhawkPotteryEtc

    GoldhawkPotteryEtc said 6 years ago

    Oh figs, and prosciutto, and cheese...I used to be able to pick figs from trees in my neighborhood. I moved out of state so I don't know where the fig trees are anymore. I'm guessing I'll go to the farmers market and hope I can find them!

  • KettleConfections

    KettleConfections said 6 years ago

    This looks delicious! Don't have any dough handy, but we're going to try this recipe on a thin slice of ciabatta.. yumm,,, going hungry just thinking about this!

  • 1wood

    1wood said 6 years ago

    One of my favorite pizzas too! Though I substitute homemade mozzarella for the goat cheese. Maybe tonight... ;)

  • MadisonStreetBeauty

    MadisonStreetBeauty said 6 years ago

    This looks delicious, I will definitely try it out some time!

  • Littlemissindi

    Littlemissindi said 6 years ago

    Oh my goodness me....I am now feeling very looks absolutely delicious!..and .thanks for sharing the recipe!

  • manspilnapatika

    manspilnapatika said 6 years ago

    I never thought to put figs on pizza, but that is one of the prettiest pizzas I'm ever seen!

  • EcoFoto

    EcoFoto said 6 years ago

    That pizza looks so delicious!

  • HainaArtPrints

    HainaArtPrints said 6 years ago

    Thank looks so delicious!! Great Job!

  • MasterArtist1

    MasterArtist1 said 6 years ago

    I am definately going to have to try this recipe. I love to try out new food ideas, and this sounds simply delicious!!!! Thanks!

  • tatyana11

    tatyana11 said 6 years ago

    There is a wonderful pizza place in Boston called Figs which has the best fig and prosciutto pizza. Now I can have try to make this lovely pizza at home! Thanks for the recipe!

  • somethinspecial

    somethinspecial said 6 years ago

    Yummy, I definitely want to try this.

  • PetiteLemon

    PetiteLemon said 6 years ago

    Looks delicious. Thanks for sharing!

  • TammysStudio

    TammysStudio said 6 years ago

    This is going to be on the top of my weeks shopping list! I can't get fresh figs here but I can get dried ones and I'm going to find a way to MAKE them work. This looks delish! Nom Nom!

  • cherdak

    cherdak said 6 years ago

    This pizza looks absolutely amazing! I never had figs on my pizza. Will definitely try it while they're in season. Thank you!

  • dosegroup

    dosegroup said 6 years ago

    looks delicious! thanks for the post and we'll definitely be trying this recipe out. will be visiting the farmer's markets throughout august looking for some fresh figs for sure!

  • BeaumontStudio

    BeaumontStudio said 6 years ago

    Made it today, and it was DELICIOUS!

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  • EndearingDignite

    EndearingDignite said 6 years ago

    Love this Pizza! When figs are not in season we substitute a thin shmear of fig jam, or spreadable fruit!

  • BugPhobia

    BugPhobia said 6 years ago

    I have never tried figs! this pizza makes me wanna lol

  • MidnightGypsyAlchemy

    MidnightGypsyAlchemy said 6 years ago

    Wow! A definate addition to my recipe box as a MUST try .. sounds delicious ! :)

  • cabinorganic

    cabinorganic said 6 years ago

    I am going to try this recipe this week! I'll get back to you on how it went. Thank you for the inspiration and lovely photos. I do a bit of cooking on my blog as well: Have a great day!

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  • MakeMeUnique

    MakeMeUnique said 6 years ago

    i like makeing pizzas at home than buying it from the shop this looks like an awedome recipe.

  • Extrudergirl

    Extrudergirl said 6 years ago

    This looks delicious.

  • FancifulRelics

    FancifulRelics said 6 years ago

    We just made this, only thing different was a whole wheat crust. Absolutely DELICIOUS! Thanks!

  • BlackDahliaDesign

    BlackDahliaDesign said 6 years ago

    OMG that made salivate :)

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  • littlehinLEE

    littlehinLEE said 6 years ago

    i'm hungry now~

  • FabienneAndSoho

    FabienneAndSoho said 6 years ago

    we're going to make it today, from the figs right out of our garden.. thanks for your creative recipe;) greetings from bornholm!

  • mylovelysunshine

    mylovelysunshine said 6 years ago

    Too bad I saw this when I am hungry . It looks amazing

  • happygomiller

    happygomiller said 6 years ago

    Thank you. I'm reading, (and reading and reading...) fretting over SEo and trying to tweek my shop when I get to the bottom and it reads 'stories you may also like' or something along those lines and I said "well yes, yes I do think that looks absolutely delicious and would like to read about it!" LOL We have always toyed with the idea of making our own Pizza in this house and I think it's about time we followed through. (and I'm sure it has nothing to do with my secret little spot reserved in my heart for goat cheese) Such a great story too, Kudos :)

  • paulajeansgarden

    paulajeansgarden said 5 years ago

    Love this article. My daughter has been making a goat cheese, spicy peach and cherry chutney and caramelized onion pizza that is just amazing. We add fresh spinach and other cheeses and it just melts on your tongue. I make loads of chutneys which lend them selves to so many dishes:)

  • LizardSkins

    LizardSkins said 5 years ago

    wow, it sounds amazing. I love figs. but you know, when you have them ( like, your own tree) it gets a little hard to eat them all. I love this idea. thanks so much for sharing it!

  • OrchidsHeart

    Ophelia Holt from OrchidsHeart said 4 years ago

    Just made this as we found some figs cheap in the market, we did replace the prosciutto with crispy bacon as we are students (fancy student grub I know!) but it was seriously divine. Will be making another soon!

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