1Add sliced shallots to skillet with olive oil, butter, and sugar and cook on low stirring occasionally until shallots are a deep golden color–20-30 mins.
2Remove shallots and add prosciutto sliced into strips and cook until crispy
3Remove prosciutto and deglaze pan with Zinfandel, add BBQ sauce and Franks Red Hot and cook until reduced by 2/3rds
4Lightly saute spinach until slightly wilted
5Spread dough out on a pizza peel and spread with Zinfandel Sauce, top with shallots, fresh mozzarella, spinach, gorgonzola, and prosciutto and bake at 500 degrees on a pizza stone until bubbly with crispy crust–10-15 mins
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