I love this pizza! It has such great flavours. I like the taste of savoury cheese with the sweet onion chutney, it really works well together. The flavour of the goat’s cheese is quiet strong and for those who have never tried this cheese I have combined it with the mozzarella cheese to make it milder. Once you have tried the cheese and for those who love goats cheese you do not need to add the mozzarella cheese. Try this pizza it definitely is different to your everyday pizza!

Goats Cheese Pizza with a Sweet Onion Chutney Topping

Makes 4 Pizzas


For the Base you will need:


1 IB Self Rising Flour

½ Sachet Ready to Use Yeast

Salt to taste

2tsp Olive Oil

Approx 200ml Water




Take all the ingredients for the base into a bowl apart from the water. Gradually add the water, a little at a time to form dough. Do not make the dough sticky as you will need to roll it out. You may not need to add all the water. Knead the dough and start to make a big ball. Cover the bowl and leave to rest until the dough has risen.

Once it has risen, start to take off the sides of the bowl and divide it into four balls. This will make four bases.




1 Red Onion

1 Red Pepper/Capsicum- Finely Sliced

1 Yellow Pepper/Capsicum-Finely Sliced

3 tbsp Caramelised Onion Chutney

1 ½ Cup Goats Cheese

1 ½ Cup Soft Mozzarella Cheese- Grated

Chilli Flakes- Optional

2-3 Tbsp Tomato Puree- (I have used the Tube)

Dried Oregano


To Make the Pizza


Take one of the dough balls and roll out on a dusted surface to the required thickness. Spread out some of the tomato puree onto the whole base. Sprinkle some oregano and some of the mozzarella and the goat’s cheese. If you cannot grate the goats cheese then simply cut some pieces and place them around the pizza. Then add some of the red and yellow peppers and onions on top. Dot some of the chutney around the pizza and finally if you would like a spicy kick then sprinkle some chilli flakes on top.

Bake the pizza in a pre heated oven at 180-190c for approximately 10-15 minutes or until the pizza turns golden in colour.

Serve hot.