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While visiting Dallas, I discovered an awesome pizza place called Cane Rosso. We had a Honey Bastard Pizza with homemade mozzarella, honey habanero, prosciutto crudo and bacon marmalade. I've scoured the web for instructions to make myself. Does anyone have a recipe to share?

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While visiting Dallas, I discovered an awesome pizza place called Cane Rosso. We had a Honey Bastard Pizza with homemade mozzarella, honey habanero, prosciutto crudo and bacon marmalade. I've scoured the web for instructions to make myself. Does anyone have a recipe to share?

Looks like a trade secret lol but from this post you can get the ingredients http://rockinredblog.com/tag/honey-bastard/ and this seems like a great alternative to the sauce http://hungerandthirstforlife.blogspot.com.au/2010/07/feel-bees-sting-habanero-honey.html I'm sure you could get close depends on their dough but if your after the taste

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I used to work there, but I never signed an NDA! LMAO!!

 

The dough is a classic neopolitan style dough made with 00 flour. I can't remember the exact recipe but the Delallo pizza dough mix comes very close to the taste and texture.

 

Then you'll need to go to an Italian market or perhaps a specialty grocery store like whole foods to find the Hot Sopressatta. If you plan ahead, you can certainly order it online, and I'm sure if you took it to your local deli in the package, they could probably slice it up for you for a fee.

 

Next is the Bacon marmalade.

Cut up 8 oz of thick cut bacon into small pieces and cook until it is almost crisp but still slightly chewy. Remove the bacon from the pan and pour out fat until around a TB remains, add one whole white onion chopped and cook for about 10 minutes until soft and translucent. Add 1/8 C brown sugar and cook for about 20 min until caramelized. Add TB of coffee, 1/4 C water, and the bacon to the pan. Cook 30 minuted, stirring occasionally until thick. Add 1/2 TB quality balsalmic vinegar. Cool in fridge with lid off, cover and store until ready to use.

 

The habenero honey was never an exact science and was done based on how hot our peppers were on a given day. You can make your own with about 1 C of honey heated to 180° and 2-4 habeneros depending on your heat preference. Cook until your eyes start to burn from across the house.

 

I've found a great substitute is Kevin's Hot Honey, sold at most grocery stores.

 

After I left the restaurant, the one thing I missed was taking home a hot Honey Bastard at the end of the night, so I make it a few times a year if I can get my hands on the Hot Sopressatta which is the hardest to obtain ingredient.

 

It might not taste EXACTLY the same as you can't recreate their well seasoned brick oven brought over from Italy. Enjoy your pie! 

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