Wild Mushroom Pizza with Sage and Carmelized Onions – October 2010

October is that time of year when I start craving more hearty, richer flavors in my foods.  This pizza hits the nail on the head with the sweet carmelized onions and  the earthy flavors from the mushrooms (sauteed in garlic and shallots).   The recipe is not challenging, but does take some time to prepare the onions, so plan ahead.  We used store bought pizza dough that you can roll out, but I do have to admit that a homemade pizza dough would add just that much more character!  Let us know if you need a pizza dough recipe, we have an awesome one.

We served this wine with our Enyé Syrah, which I chose because of the earthiness and the deep fruit of the wine.  Paul wasn’t as sure as I was, but hands down this was the best pairing.

We hope that you enjoy the recipe!

Wild Mushroom Pizza with Carmelized Onions and Sage

2006 Enyé Syrah Fact Sheet

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2 Responses to Wild Mushroom Pizza with Sage and Carmelized Onions – October 2010

  1. Alix Becker says:

    I have a vision of a cookbook from Madrona. This recipe has my mouth watering!! alix


  2. Bettina Coggeshall says:

    OK. It’s 8 AM and my mouth is watering for your pizza. Yes, I would like your awsome dough recipie. I don’t know if I have the heart to open the Enye we received last week. We were going to save it for the celebration of the birth of our grandchild next summer. Thanks for sharing! I wish we lived closer to you so we could enjoy your many fun events. I do love your new website and I like to checkout the webcam occasionally and “pretend” I’m in California.


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