for the pizza base
120g strong white flour
150 wholegrain spelt flour
30g rye flour
5g sea salt
110g sourdough starter
140g warm water
25g olive oil

for the kale pesto
200g kale
8g yeast flakes
100g pumpkin seeds raw
12g lemon juice
100g olive oil
160g rapeseed oil
10g dolcedi
6g garlic
for the pickled shallot
29g cider vinegar
15g dolcedi
1g sea salt
4g beetroot juice
20g shallots sliced in rings

for the roasted squash
4-8 thin slices of squash (depending on the size)
olive oil

for the kale crisps 
A handful of kale
olive oil
salt and pepper


At Farmacy we only use Organic produce. Whenever we can get UK squash and kale we will use that.

We have just started growing kale at our own Farmacy Farm so we look forward to harvesting that! We are a plant-based restaurant with sustainability at the forefront of everything we do. But whilst sustainable ingredients are a must – so is taste! Nothing gets on our menu just because it’s plant based or sustainable, it gets on our menu because it’s delicious, like this seasonal pizza.


Mix all dry ingredients, add in all the wet ingredients and knead in the mixer. When ready knead with hands into a tight ball and leave to rest in oil-greased bowl for 1.5h. Roll 110g for one pizza.

For the kale pesto, put all ingredients in a blender and mix till smooth.

For the pickled shallots, put all of the ingredients together. Allow 10-15 minutes before serving for the flavour of from the pickling liquor to develop.

For the roasted squash, drizzle the squash with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Roast in an oven at 200 degrees for 15 minutes.

For the kale chips, drizzle the kale with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Roast with the squash but take out of the oven after 10 minutes.

To finish the pizza, roll out your pizza dough with a rolling pin, spread pesto on base, add the squash, chilli and shallots.

Cook for 6-8 minutes (depending on thickness of base) at 290 degrees.

Top with the kale crisps and serve.




Celebrates local
Celebrates local
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