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Hot Honey Soppressata Pizza

Cris Alanis: "I used Calabrian chili’s instead of the paste w…" Read More
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Learn to make Calabrian chili oil from scratch, then put that sweet bite into every morsel of this pizza. If you can't resist piquant Southern Italian cuisine, this pizza is heaven by the slice. Want to make your own pizza dough? Try Daniele’s Pizza Dough recipe for a wood-fired style crust that’s both chewy and crispy.


  • 8 oz. pizza dough (homemade or store-bought, room temperature)
  • 3/4 cup Calabrian chili paste (for chili oil)
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • salt (for chili oil)
  • 1 1/2 cups olive oil (for chili oil)
  • 28 oz. canned San Marzano whole peeled tomatoes (for a batch of sauce enough for multiple pizzas)
  • salt (for tomato sauce)
  • all-purpose flour (for dusting pizza dough)
  • olive oil (for pizza dough)
  • 1 oz. parmigiano-reggiano (freshly grated, or Parmesan)
  • 2.5 oz. smoked fresh mozzarella (or smoked fior di latte)
  • 8 slices salami
  • 2 oz. 'nduja (Calabrian spicy salami spread)
  • 1 Tbsp. wildflower honey
  • Calabrian chili paste (for serving)
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    Cris Alanis 2 years ago
    I used Calabrian chili’s instead of the paste w/ everything else the same and man was this tasty! The garlic in the chili oil on top of the crust made made it taste sort of like garlic bread which I really enjoyed... The hot part in the name really does mean hot but it is a very tasty pizza indeed. Mainly the ‘nduja paired w/ more Calabrian chili adds up to a pretty hot pizza, however, if you are not a fan of hot than I would say that with just less ‘nduja you won’t get sudden moments of heat that often.
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    Jo LeRoy 2 years ago
    Yummy! I used a bottled chili oil to save some time and a sourdough crust recipe to use up some of my starter. Definitely need a pizza peel to get it onto the baking stone! I made a little bit of a mess trying to use a baking sheet as a makeshift peel :)