Floral Garden Pizza

by Rohail Ali on Oct 23, 2023

Floral Garden Pizza

Editor’s Note: We’re excited to highlight another community chef that is making waves on the Hong Kong dining scene. A self-taught chef, Christopher Ho, has dedicated himself to developing his unique take on blending local flavors with Western cooking techniques. It always brings us immense joy to see our locally grown products treated with the same amount of love and respect that we have when we grow them. We’re proud to present Chris’ recipes here for all of you budding home chefs to try!

Check out his Microgreen Pesto and Burrata Risotto here.

"The embodiment of healthy junk food; this is an indulgent, velvety burrata pizza to satisfy any guilty-pleasure cravings…


…Still, it's equally packed full of nutrients, including beta-carotene and anti-oxidants from bok choy microgreens. Garlic chives further dial up the flavors another level.

This is definitely a pizza that you won't stop eating after a single slice!"

- Chef Christopher Ho


Serves 4 (2 pizzas)

  • 300g bread or 00 flour
  • 1 teaspoon yeast
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 200ml warm water
  • 200ml canned Italian tomatoes, reduced by half (or canned tomato sauce)
  • 1 clove garlic
  • Parmigiano Reggiano
  • 250g burrata cheese, torn into small pieces
  • Garlic Chive microgreens
  • Bok Choy microgreens
  • Edible flowers (optional)


Doesn’t this look tempting? Cravable…and nutritious!

Doesn’t this look tempting? Cravable…and nutritious!


  • To make the pizza dough, mix the flour, sugar, salt, and warm water either by hand or a stand mixer with the hook attachment until a smooth dough is formed. Brush a bowl with olive oil then place the dough in the bowl. Cover with a towel or cling film and allow to proof for 1.5 hours until doubled in size.
  • To make the tomato sauce, reduce the canned tomatoes with a clove of garlic over medium heat by half, crushing the tomatoes with a spatula. If still watery, reduce further until a thicker consistency is obtained. Set aside.
  • Dust the countertop with flour, then roll the pizza to a thickness of 1cm (or desired thickness). Next, top with tomato sauce and shave a generous helping of Parmigiano Reggiano on top (this will melt into the tomato sauce to give a stronger and more complex flavour). Place in the oven at 220C for 8-10 minutes until the edges are golden brown and the entire pizza can be tilted at a diagonal without the bottom sagging.
  • Top the pizza generously with torn burrata pieces, then sprinkle bok choy microgreens and garlic chive microgreens over the center of the pizza. Garnish with edible flowers and serve immediately.


Chef Christopher Ho

 A rising talent whose passion for cooking has led him from home chef to spots alongside some of Hong Kong’s top chefs, Chris has a special interest in elevating local ingredients and flavors.

We’re excited to share his recipes featuring Common Farms produce, and hope they inspire other young chefs!