Wood-Fired Fig & Prosciutto Pizza and a Giveaway

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I know–isn’t this a fancy-looking (and sounding) recipe?  It’s fig and prosciutto pizza, the perfect light lunch or dinner, and my husband cooked it on his Big Green Egg for that wood-fired taste.

I shared the recipe over on the HomeRight blog (see that post here), but I wanted to share it with you all, too.

Fig and Prosciutto Pizza Recipe
Everything is kind of a handful of this or that, which is often the case with pizza.  Since our local grocery store sells pizza dough in the deli section, I just grabbed a bag this time, rather than making it from scratch.

Also, the fig spread that we use is {here; affiliate link}; when I buy one jar at the grocery store, it’s about $8 or $9, so to get 2 for $12 is a great deal.

We paired it with prosecco and enjoyed lunch on the screened porch (with Harley begging for a taste)!

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My husband always uses his HomeRight ElectroLight fire starter  to get his charcoal or wood chips going, ensuring that our fire is chemical-free.

These make great Father’s Day gifts, so we’re giving one away:

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Wood-fired fig and prosciutto pizza recipe
Good luck, and thanks for stopping by!

 

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Comments

  1. This sounds so yummy. We made a peach a prosciutto pizza last summer.

    • Now THAT sounds heavenly–I’ll have to try that! We have a peach orchard about 15 minutes away, so we get the yummiest fresh peaches.

  2. Tara M. says:

    This looks delicious! I am lucky to have a hubby who loves grilling, so we are going to try this over the weekend.

  3. Stacey Roberson says:

    For Father’s Day, we usually start off with brunch (since my husband likes to sleep late), and then spend time outside with the kids, and then maybe go out to dinner.

  4. Tracie Cooper says:

    For Father’s Day we love to go to our local water park!

  5. Everyone comes to our house for BBQ and swimming.

  6. Mary Beth allen says:

    My husband would love that fire starter! We are moving into our new house, so we will be spending father’s day grilling out in our new back yard.

  7. We celebrate Father’s day by having a cookout and going hiking.

  8. My son-in-law would love this for his big green egg! Thank You!!!

  9. Christy Peeples DuBoiskq says:

    We celebrate my Daddys memories aybrjvjhaazzz..p

    • Christy Peeples DuBoiskq says:

      Sorry for the gibberish. We celebrate my daddy’s memories since he is no longer with us. We miss him dearly.

  10. Hollie Jahnke says:

    We usually have a cookout.

  11. Well, it’s just me with three kids so, they normally cross out “dad” or “father” and give me what they made at school or daycare. I do not ask them to do this, they want to.

  12. Brandon Sparks says:

    We let dad do whatever he wants that day and make whatever he wants for dinner..

  13. carrie s says:

    We make dad a special breakfast. Then we let him have some free time. 🙂 Finally we get together with the immediate family and celebrate all the dads at my house.

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