Salami with Enoki Mushrooms Pizza

At My Husband Makes Pies, we love to experiment with ingredients that aren’t your “run-of-the-mill” when it comes to pizza. Today, we’re excited to combine enoki mushrooms, salami, and togarashi spice mix.

Enoki mushrooms, which are commonly used in East Asian cuisine, have a delicate and fruity earthy flavor and a lovely chewy texture that adds depth to any dish. Togarashi is a Japanese spice blend that has been used to enhance dishes since the 17th century. Togarashi consists of chili, seaweed, Japanese peppercorns, and other ingredients that work together to create a unique and versatile spice mixture.

The combination of enoki mushrooms, salami, and togarashi spice mix creates a subtle, yet earthy and spicy flavor profile that is truly mouth-watering. The addition of the zesty togarashi spice mix adds an extra dimension of flavor that complements the savory salami and delicate enoki mushrooms. Together, these ingredients create a pizza that is both daring and delicious, perfect for those looking to try something new and exciting!

Enoki Mushroom, Togarashi & Salami Pizza | Homemade Pizza
Enoki Mushroom, Togarashi & Salami Pizza | Homemade Pizza
Enoki Mushroom, Togarashi & Salami Pizza | Homemade Pizza

Salami with Enoki Mushrooms Pizza

Enoki mushrooms offer a delicate, fruity, and earthy flavor with a chewy texture, while togarashi is a Japanese spice blend that adds a unique and versatile flavor to any dish. Together with the savory salami, this pizza creates a daring and delicious flavor profile that is perfect for those looking for an exciting pizza experience.
To make this enoki mushroom and salami pizza pie you'll need a few simple ingredients and a little bit of time to prep the dough and toppings. Follow our step-by-step instructions and you'll be indulging in a slice of this exciting and flavourful pizza in no time. Bon appétit! And don't forget to check out some of our other pizza recipes for inspiration for your next pie day!
Course Appetizer, Main Course
Cuisine American, Australian, Italian, Pizza
Servings 2 people


  • Outdoor Pizza Oven, Pizza Steel, or Stone (if using a home oven)
  • 1 Pizza Peel
  • 1 sauce ladle
  • 1 wooden chopping board or peel for prep and serving


  • 1 pizza dough ball
  • 1 ladle of pizza sauce
  • Grana padano cheese
  • Salami
  • Chotto motto sichimi togarashi spice mix


  • Prepare Dough: Follow any of our dough recipes. You will need to prepare the dough at least 24 hours ahead of time.
  • Prepare Sauce: We recommend our standard pizza sauce which is versatile, simple to make and is perfect for Neapolitan style pizzas. Spice up this sauce however you like, remember the best part about making pizza is the creative process!
  • Prepare Enoki Mushrooms: Chop the tougher ends of your enoki mushrooms. Set aside for assembly.
  • Prepare Cheese: Finely grate grana padano. Set aside.
  • Preheat Oven:
    If using an outdoor pizza like an Ooni pizza oven, aim for a temperature of 450-500°C at the center of your pizza stone. Use an infrared thermometer to ensure accuracy. It should take around 25-30 minutes to reach temperature.
    For a home oven, using a pizza steel or stone, place the stone or steel inside the oven and preheat to the highest temperature for at least 30 minutes.
  • Prepare Base: On a lightly floured surface, stretch out the dough by hand according to the steps outlined in our dough recipe. Once you're happy with the shape of the base, lightly dust your pizza peel and transfer the dough onto the peel.
  • Assemble Pizza: Start by spreading a ladle of sauce in a circular motion, starting from the center of the dough and working your way outwards. Next, generously sprinkle chotto motto sichimi togarashi spice mix over the sauce, followed by a couple of handfuls of grated grana padano cheese. Layer your salami slices next, making sure to overlap them slightly for optimal texture.
  • Bake Your Pizza:
    If you're using an outdoor pizza oven, launch the pizza into the oven and bake for 60-90 seconds. Keep an eye on the pie and rotate every 10-15 seconds to ensure even cooking and to avoid burning.
    For a home oven with a pizza steel or stone, the bake time should be around 7-10 minutes.
  • Serving: Once done, remove the pizza from the oven and place it on a serving board. Now it's time to enjoy your delicious homemade salami and enoki mushroom pizza!

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