French Fridays with Dorie: Pissaladiere

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Fridays, Sundays… what’s the difference? 😉

In fact, I didn’t post this on Friday because we were throwing  a virtual bridal shower for one of our fellow bloggers…that was fun!

But onto this pizza, or what the French call, Pissaladiere. This just might be one of the best pizzas ever. Okay, maybe not ever, but it was really good. Specifically the crust…I  loved the crust!

The caramelized onion topping is delicious, too, but I could eat that pizza crust without anything on it. Especially without the anchovies. No, thank you. I used bacon instead. Love me some bacon!

But I’m still tearing up from all those onions. 6 of ‘em to be exact. Thinly sliced. I thought my eyes were going to fall out.

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18 Responses
  1. The Mrs @ Success Along the Weigh

    That crust does look sooo good! Oh yeah and get some onion goggles! You may look like a 1940’s fighter pilot while cutting onions but we haven’t shed a tear since!

  2. thelittleloaf

    I love pissaladiere, although I have to say I’m very partial to anchovies so you might not like my version! Bacon looks like a lovely alternative though 🙂

  3. Emily @ Life on Food

    I used to have this in France. So yummy! I would agree with the onions though. I will have to get my husband in on that task.

  4. kimberly (unrivaledkitch)

    looks really good. Very interesting. I’m such a tomato fan with crusts. but onions and bacon sounds really good.

  5. Anne@frommysweetheart

    This looks fabulous! Kind of like an onion tart! The crust does look like it has a nice texture. And I’m with you….gladly take the bacon over anchovies! Beautiful pics, Kate! : )

  6. The Mom Chef ~ Taking on Magazines One Recipe at a Time

    I’m not a big anchovy person either and I do love bacon so your substitution works for me. I’m sorry you were in tears over the onions too. 🙁

  7. PolaM

    Looks great! I think in Italy we call it Pizza all’Andrea o pizzallandrea and should be from the area of Genoa… Which usually means: great crust! I should try baking some!

  8. Kristy

    Glad you skipped the anchovies! This looks delicious and there are so many delicious ways you could play with the toppings. 🙂

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