Potato Tomato Pizza

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This super easy tray pizza is made with very thinly sliced potatoes and tomatoes. Try to slice the potatoes with consistent thickness, to do so is to ensure they cook evenly.

Recipe source: Dr. Oetker A-Z Backen

  • 350 g Potatoes
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
  • 70 g Beer sausage
  • 250 g Tomatoes
  • 1/5 tsp Oregano, dried
  • 1/2 tbsp Parsley, dried
  • Garlic salt and black pepper
  • 80 g Emmentaler grated cheese
  1. Preheat the oven to 220C/440F. Peel, rinse and thinly slice the potatoes. Pat the potato slices dry with kitchen papers. Rinse and pat dry the tomatoes.
  2. Dice the beer sausage into 1cm pieces. Heat a skillet with olive oil, and stir in diced beer sausage. Add in sliced potatoes and stir for 5 minutes. Slice the tomatoes and add into the potatoes.
  3. Spread the mixture onto a greased baking tray, and sprinkle the top with oregano, parsley, garlic salt and black pepper. Finally scatter the grated cheese all over the top. Bake for about 25 minutes.


Elin Chia 30/11/09 15:25

Angie that's a good pizza..potato and tomato great combo :)

Divina Pe 30/11/09 15:33

Angie, you're making me hungry in the middle of the night with this pizza. hehe. Just look at the ingredients in there and the crust. :D

Unknown 30/11/09 15:50

Delicious looking pizza. Great pics!

ann low 30/11/09 16:03

Looks so delicious. My family will sure to grab this if they are are.

Vrinda 30/11/09 16:23

Never had this combo in Pizza...looks delish Angie....

Ju (The Little Teochew) 30/11/09 16:37

It's awesome! Comfort food at its best! :)

Chef E 30/11/09 16:57

I am making this Wednesday, and will let you know how it turned out...I love the idea of pizza and make a potato/brown rice crust since I try and eat mostly gluten free, so this would be a nice addition to my monthly pizza cravings Angie!

A Full-Timed Housefly 30/11/09 16:58

So easy and yet So delicious ! What kind of potatoes did you use ?

Palidor 30/11/09 18:04

What a delicious pizza! That's a great idea to use potatoes. I want to try this.

Tasty Eats At Home 30/11/09 19:41

Ooh look, a gluten-free pizza! Of course, I'd have to sub beer sausage for a non-beer sausage, but otherwise, this sounds delicious. And easy!

pigpigscorner 30/11/09 21:10

wow looks and sounds great! A perfect week night meal. I've never came across beer sausages though.

Bob 30/11/09 21:34

Sounds good to me! I've only had potatoes on pizza once, but it was wicked good.

Namitha 30/11/09 21:49

A new combo for me..I mostly end up with a mixed veg Pizza, in an effort to make my kids eat more veggies ;-)

Anonymous 30/11/09 21:50

potatoes in a pizza? never heard of it b4..it looks too good.

Christo Gonzales 30/11/09 22:39

great combination - I bet potato bread would be good with this as well!

lisaiscooking 1/12/09 00:40

I shouldn't have looked at this while I'm so hungry. Looks delicious!

Zurin 1/12/09 02:50

That looks amazing. the best looking potato pizza Ive seen in a long time. Yummee...

Anonymous 1/12/09 04:21

The potato pizza looks fantastic! I would love to try a slice!

Cookin' Canuck 1/12/09 05:09

This is a great way to combine sausages and potatoes! A slice of this would go perfectly with a cold pint of beer.

Tina 1/12/09 09:10

Potato pizza looks delicious.......

My Little Space 1/12/09 09:28

What a great way to present a vegetarian pizza! Sounds absolutely delicious to me! Cheers. So, where's your turkey honey?

Unknown 1/12/09 10:56

Here in the UK, we can buy Dr Oetker pizzas and they are the best ones. One day i have got to make my own pizza from scratch. Its another baking goal of mine. Good for you for making such a delicious looking pizza!

Donna-FFW 1/12/09 12:39

I dont think Ive ever heard of beer sausage, this pizza looks absolutely amazing. I would love to try it , the photo is so enticing.

ICook4Fun 1/12/09 14:22

That is one great looking pizza especially with all my fav ingredients in it :)

Sarah Naveen 1/12/09 15:35

oh wow!! Angie that looks heavenly..
Wat a tempting pizza..

Janet @Gourmet Traveller 88 1/12/09 15:56

This pizza looks really cool! I am not aware there is a Dr Oetker Backen cookbook!!

Pei-Lin 1/12/09 16:49

I'd never thought of putting potatoes on my pizza ... My idea sort of changed after seeing Helen of Tartelette made hers sort of similar to yours! Maybe I'll try this someday ...

Thanks Angie!!


Claudia 1/12/09 20:30

I'm seeing potato pizzas crop up a lot lately and am hooked. Yours is scrumptious with the sausage and tomatoes.

Ivy 1/12/09 22:45

I've never seen potatoes in pizzas before. Sounds very interesting and great combo to try.

The Duo Dishes 1/12/09 22:55

We just posted a potato tomato dish today, and here is your lovely pizza!

Katy ~ 2/12/09 01:02

Your pizza looks soooooo good and hearty and delicious! What a terrific combination of ingredients. One of the best new pizza ideas I've seen in quite a while. thanks so much for sharing this!

Angie's Recipes 2/12/09 07:22

Thank you, my friends!
@A Full-Timed Housefly:Basically all types of potatoes will do, but the waxy one would be more ideal.

Judy 2/12/09 08:22

interesting! i've never thought about putting potatoes on a pizza. This looks absolutely amazing!

s 2/12/09 19:22

i have to come back to ur blog..its just amazing.....

TeenieCakes 2/12/09 19:52

This looks soooo good I can almost taste it already!

theUngourmet 3/12/09 07:29

You know how to do pizza right! This looks amazing!

Anonymous 4/12/09 19:12

Who doesn't LOVE pizza!! Looks great!!
Awesome site!

nora@ffr 4/12/09 21:04

This looks really really yummy angie! I can see this on my dinner table in the very near future.

My Taste Heaven 14/12/09 11:05

yummy~~ this looks much more yummier than the pizza that i had at pizza hut this afternoon. wonderful photo!

~Merry Christmas~

Unknown 1/2/10 02:42

Dear AngiesRecipes, this is a sweet idea! This site was such a pleasure to visit. Well presented, clean, clear and beautiful photos. I shall be returning for another delicious bite. Thank you for sharing,
Cheers, Gaby
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