|8 or so oz. duck breast||Mozzarella
|Shiitake mushrooms, hydrated and minced||Soy Sprouts|
|1-2 scallions||A few oz. Hoisin sauce|
|Soy sauce||A standard Pizza Dough|
Slice greens and green-white of scallions small; discard pure whites. Cook the duck completely, to 165 degrees or so, searing the skin until rendering is mostly done. Deglaze the pan with a splash of soy and a little water; add ginger and shiitake, and reduce. Build pizza as normal, with hoisin as the base sauce and cheese on top.
Generally good, but needs a good hoisin sauce. Whole Foods sells duck breast in 12 oz. packages; Caitlin thinks that's a little excessive, but Justin likes it. Note that cooking the duck through can take a while, especially if it is frozen.
Very loosely adapted from California Pizza Kitchen's recipe online, based on Justin saying, "Y'know, a hoisin pizza ought to work." Caitlin found a recipe that was closest to what we were thinking of, and we took an idea or two (in particular, the shiitake) from that.