Strong cheeses (such as gorgonzola) are an acquired taste for many. You will not like this recipe if you don't care for them. That said, this is probably not something I would make for guests or take to a party just out of fear that too many people would not care for it. I thought this pizza was delicious. I reduced the gorgonzola to 12 oz. and I can't imagine using any more than that. Even at 12 oz. the taste was still pretty overpowering. Next time I make this I will probably use 2 1/2 onions and about 3-4 oz. of gorgonzola cheese. I may even try making this with a different crumbled cheese such as feta (my favorite). I brushed olive oil over the crust, but next time I think I'll brush olive oil over the entire top since the pizza does not call for an actual sauce. I might add some garlic powder as well. I'll top it with the onions, another cheese (probably mozzarella), and I'll use the crumbled cheese sparingly. I used homemade crust (Jay's Signature Pizza Crust from this website) and added extra sugar to the dough to make a sweet crust. I wish I had rolled my edges out a little thicker. Otherwise, this pizza would have been perfect. I can't wait to try it again with the above alterations.
Was this review helpful?
1 user found this review helpful
Strong cheeses (such as gorgonzola) are an acquired taste for many. You will not like this...