To make this pizza, I started by rolling out some pizza dough I picked up at Central Market. I rolled it out with flour and kosher salt, to try to emulate the salty crisp dough I experienced at Serious Pie.
I then heated up the oven and topped the dough with olive oil, sliced garlic, and some thick slices of bacon I had fried up. I let the crust get golden brown and the bacon to crisp up more in the hot oven. After about 8 minutes, I cracked four fresh eggs on the four corners of the pizza and stuck it back in the oven for about 10 minutes, until the egg whites set. I sprinkled arugula over the pizza and grated fresh parmesan over the top.
The next day, we had a couple of pieces left over, so I reheated the pizza under my broiler. I sprinkled olive oil over the top of the pizza so it would add a little more flavor and help it get more crisp when reheated. I also sprinkled a little bit of sea salt to help it get more flavor.
My bacon, egg, and arugula pizza. Not as good as Tom's, but still pretty tasty!
A close up of the egg, which cooked up perfectly!
If you have additional ideas for how to make this pizza even better, let me know!