Fig, Ricotta, and Prosciutto Pizza

Once upon a time, I had this recipe on this site that people loved.

It was elegant. It was satisfying. It was salty, sweet, and totally unique.

And then I moved my blog over from a Blogger to a WordPress site….and it got lost. Gone in the interwebs, never to return.

Except for the fact that I had shared that recipe on another one of the websites for which I write.

Thank you, interwebs, after all.

Fig, Prosciutto, and Ricotta Pizza (adapted from Whisked Foodie)

Ingredients:1 can pizza dough

1 log goat’s cheese

1 can pizza dough
1 log goat’s cheese
8 slices of prosciutto
4 tablespoons of fig jam
2 medium onions, cut into rings and sautéed in olive oil until caramelized

1. Unroll the pizza dough on a sheet pan covered in tinfoil. Also, preheat oven to 350F.

2. Spread the fig jam on the pizza crust.

3. Top with the caramelized onions and the ricotta.

4. Bake in the oven for 15 minutes, or until a knife plunged into the center of the pie comes out clean, the bottom of the crust is crisp, and the cheese has turned brown and bubbly in spots.

5. When the pizza comes out, top it with the prosciutto.

6. Serve.

Do you see why I was so bummed when I thought that this was lost? It’s literally the ideal recipe. It’s easy. It’s fast. It does not require any super hard-to-procure ingredients. It’s complex but not intimidating and is easily adaptable. Don’t have pizza dough? How about some naan? Don’t like prosciutto? Try some turkey bacon. And this is also delicious with goat or blue cheese. So here it is. For posterity.

Until, that is, I change my website again.


  1. What are the best places to start my own blog? I have one on blogger but I don’t think its popular…uugggggh help!