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Breakfast Pizza with Galileo Salame

By 30aeats.com @Eater30A

Breakfast Pizza with Galileo Salame

This Breakfast Pizza is a fantastic recipe for Christmas morning. You can use one large or two small pre-made pizza crusts and double, triple, etc. the recipe as needed.

It’s super easy, so you won’t miss out on your holiday fun, and clean up is a breeze!

Being a longtime Floridian, I like shopping at Publix, a Florida based grocery store, as they procure and support Florida based goods, but also are great at sourcing gourmet foods, like the slow cured Galileo salame that I used in this recipe.

Breakfast Pizza with Galileo Salame

The chef inspired herbs and spices, as well as the old world techniques used in curing, deliver the highest quality product, and just taste great.

Publix has been amazing at meeting all of my holiday needs, so plan to grab the printed shopper upon entering the store, or online if having your groceries delivered by Instacart.

Salame Breakfast Pizza

1 large or two small store bought pre made pizza shells

2 tbsp good olive oil for pizza + 1 for onion saute

2 cloves of garlic minced

8-10 slices Galileo Salame

1/4 onion sliced thin

1.5 cups shredded mozzarella

1/2 cup freshly grated Parmesan

5 large eggs

1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes

Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

Preparation

Preheat oven to 450 degrees

In a medium skillet on low to medium heat, add 1 tbsp. olive oil and saute garlic and onion until tender or caramelized

Rub pizza with 2 tbsp of olive oil

Sprinkle red pepper flakes on pizza base

Salt and pepper pizza base

Add Parmesan to pizza base

Layer with mozzarella cheese

Layer Galileo brand salame

Crack 5 eggs directly onto the pizza

Place into the oven for 15 minutes or until eggs are set

Top with fresh arugula and serve immediately

Note: My mother began making Breakfast Pizza in the 1970’s. You can add salsa as a base, scramble the eggs, and come up with you own variation too.

This is a sponsored post by Galileo for Tyson. My opinions are my own.


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