Ghost Mini Pizzas
Bagel pizzas take on a ghostly effect when topped with a ghost-shaped slice of mozzarella.
- 10 deli slices mozzarella
- 1/2 c. marinara
- 5 mini bagels, halved
- 2 black olives, minced
- Preheat oven to 325°. Cut ghost shapes out of mozzarella.
- Spoon marinara over mini bagel and top with ghost. Bake until cheese is melty and bagel is toasted, 5 minutes.
- Top with olive bits for eyes.
- 1 bagel of choice
- 1 squash or small pumpkin
- 1 chilli of choice
- 2 chillis like Dagger Pod
- Two thick slices of Halloumi
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Take a small squash or pumpkin, wrap in silver foil and bake on a medium oven for about an hour or until soft. The aim is to be able to have it cooked but not have the flesh fall apart. (Test by using a baked potato skewer and seeing if it easily goes through the flesh: you want a bit of resistance not an easy slide)
- As it nears being cooked slice some halloumi (quite thick) and place on a gentle heat in a fry pan. Turn every so often so it cooks both sides. Don’t be tempted to speed up the cooking as it takes away from the succulence of the cheese.
- Take a plain bagel, Take the squash from the oven when ready and slice off the lid and allow to cool so it is easier to handle. When you can handle the heat scoop out the seeds carefully.
- Now with the squash on sitting on its bottom, slice chunks downwards. Place a bed of rocket on the bottom of the bagel and then place some slices of squash (or pumpkin). Place the halloumi when ready to the sides of these, almost like the act as a barrier to the squash leaking out (hence the thick slices).
- Chop a chili pepper of your choice finely and sprinkle to taste with a bit of salt. Take two more – red with stalks are best, something like the Dagger Pod maybe – and see if you can insert them by the stalk in to the flesh of the squash.
- Get some curved ones and they can be like claws.
- Now spread some harissa on the side. And there you have it.
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