You probably love pizza, right? You probably think that there’s no way pizza could get any better, right? Wrong. Today we’re going to talk about one of our favorite recipes; cannabis pizza. This is a fun way to bring that extra little kick to your dinner with friends or even on your own.
Ingredients (for four people):
- 400gr of flour
- 200ml of water
- 2 spoonful’s of olive oil
- A pinch of salt
- Fried tomato
- Grated cheese
- 1 onion
- 150gr mushrooms
- 80gr bacon
- 120gr turkey breast (cold cuts)
- 2gr of ground up cannabis
First, place the flour, water, olive oil and a pinch of salt in a bowl and mix it well until the dough is compact and no longer sticky. If it’s still sticky then you’ll need to add more flour, and if it’s falling apart rather than sticking together you’ll need to add more water. Once it’s ready, let it sit for a few minutes.
Sprinkle some flour on your work space so that the dough doesn’t stick to it, and place the dough on top of the sprinkled flour. Use a rolling pin to roll the dough out nice and flat, and turn up the edges of the pizza if you want a nice crust.
Next, spread the tomato over the dough and sprinkle oregano to taste. It’s now time to place the rest of the ingredients; first, place chopped up onion, then the turkey breast, the mushrooms and lastly sprinkle some bacon bits over the top.
Now is when you should add the cannabis and the cheese, but due to the high temperature in the oven we don’t recommend adding it straight away as the THC will lose a lot of its power under such intense heat, and it would be a waste.
Stick the pizza in the oven at about 185ºC for around 10 minutes. Once it’s almost done, remove the pizza and sprinkle the weed on it (leaving a few bits for the end) and then sprinkle the cheese over the weed. Stick it back in the oven for a couple of minutes so that the cheese melts ant viola! Your weed pizza is ready. All that’s left to do is call some friends over and enjoy your deliciously fun meal.
As always, keep in mind that ingested cannabis takes a bit longer to get into our system than smoked cannabis, so be patient and consume edibles responsibly.
Author: Ana Ibáñez
Translation: Ciara Murphy