English breakfast pizza

Pizza served in the English breakfast style!

Serves: 4
Preparation time: 15mins
Cooking time: 25 mins

Recipe Ingredients:
1 tsp dry active yeast
½  tsp sugar
1 ½ cup of warm water
4 ½ cups of flour (you can use pain wheat)+
Little oil to brush the dough
6 tbsp pizza sauce
4 pork sausages, skinned and quartered
140g/5oz mushrooms, sliced 
8 streaky bacon rashers, halved
4medium eggs
Recipe Method:
Heat oven to 220C/200C fan/gas 7. . On a lightly floured surface, roll out to fit a lightlyIn a small bowl mix yeast and the sugar. Add ½ cup of warm water, stir well, close the lid (or cover with plate). You can leave the bowl on the counter but I usually put it somewhere warm. Warmness accelerates the process and better activates the yeast. Activating yeast is important to have a better rising dough. Keep the mixture warm for about 15 minutes without opening the lid. When the time is up, you should have a nice foamy liquid. Even if you do not, still keep it and make the dough. It will still work. In a large bowl combine the remaining water, flour and the yeast mixture. Mix everything well and kneed it into a nice soft, springy dough. It should be soft as your ear lobes. Add flour or water as needed. A well-kneaded dough will be much easier to work with later. Keep this in mind! Coat the dough with just a little bit of oil, cover with damp cloth and leave it to rise in a warm place. I usually cover the bowl with the lid and bundle it up nicely to have a good volume dough. Give it a rest for around 1 hour before you take it out from the cover. When you do take the dough out, make sure it has doubled in size.
Flour the working surface and drop the dough. Cut it into 2 pieces.Roll each one and place on the floured surface oiled 30x40cm baking tray, or two smaller trays. Spread the pizza sauce over the base, dot over the sausages and mushrooms, add the bacon, and then Cook for 20 mins at the top of the oven.
Remove the pizza from the oven and crack the eggs on. Return to the oven and Cook for 5 mins more, or longer depending how well you like your eggs.




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