This IS AMAZING! My own personal recipe:) The massive amounts of veggies stay moist and absorb every ounce of garlic pesto flavor, the crust is crisp...the pizza is quick, easy, satisfying, flavorful and healthy! Piled high with veggies and other good stuff, this puppy will satisfy even the most skeptical pizza gourmet. Try adding garlic grilled chicken for a carnivorous twist. ROWR!
If you have ever baked with phyllo, then I urge you to make this recipe, I have made this 4 times in the last month, it is the most wonderful phyllo recipe! I served this to my guests just recently and was asked to prepare this for an upcoming friend's party. You will love this!
This is a great recipe for a different kind of pizza. It's heavy on the flavors, but you don't feel stuffed after eating it. The recipe was actually born of an experiment performed by myself and a friend on a Sunday night. Be creative, though... last time I made it, I spread pine nuts over the surface and it was terrific!
My Great grandmother worked at the original Valentino's Pizza Place in Lincoln, Ne. She was nearly 80 and her job was to put the sauce on the pizza. Today, it is a chain of restaurants, buffet style. I still remember what it was like to be in the back of that busy kitchen!
Adapted from a recipe by Joanne Wier, this is an astonishingly wonderful change-of-pace for the pizza heads among us. Rich, but with a distinctly Greek "flava" this beautiful dish will make your evening. Wonderful to serve to company - very pretty, unusual, and TASTY! ADDENDUM: I've tried several great variations on this...using puff pastry instead of phyllo, substituting cream cheese for the mozzarella, adding some cilantro pesto to the cheese combo, and topping with sauteed onions, zucchini, yellow squash, and using chopped GREEN olives instead of black. Scrumptious! Use your imagination and run amok!
A Pissaladiere is the French close cousin to a Pizza. You can use this recipe for the dough or use any focaccia dough, pizza dough or puff pastry. This is an anchovy lovers delight. Recipe adapted from Flo Braker
I found this recipe today among some newspaper cuttings. I've not tried it yet but it sure sounds yummy - and flexible. You could vary the topping ingredients with whatever takes your fancy or have on-hand, for example, pesto, fresh tomato sauce, capers, pine-nuts, anchovies, artichokes, smoked chicken, Italian sausage, ham, bacon, pepperoni, jalapenos, pineapple......the list is endless. Have fun!
This is pizza for grownups! From"Everyday Epicurean", which I got in a swap from Evie*! Next time I make it, I may add some feta cheese to the top. We had this on our honeymoon in Provence, where they served it with a bottled of herb-infused olive oil! Delish! This could be dinner, with a salad on the side, or an appetizer, cut in little squares.