This is a delicious pizza that's a combination of a pesto pizza and antipasto salad!!! Created by the Pantry Raiding Divas for the Zaar World Tour II! NOTE: If you'd rather use fresh red bell peppers, slice 1/2 red bell pepper into rings and saute with the mushrooms. NOTE: Purchased pesto may be used, if desired.
I found this recipe in the Toronto Star, December 26, 2007, rated one of the best recipes of the year. It is a lovely brunch pizza..."do not use a non-stick skillet for the onions, and don't skimp on the pear; it adds the right touch of sweetness". Preparation time will be longer if using home-made pizza dough.
Blonde pizza is made without tomato sauce. This makes two large (10 x 15 inch rectangular, or 14-inch round) thin and crispy crust pizza. If a thicker crust is desired, use smaller pans and roll dough thicker. Most of the time is spent waiting for the dough to rise. Made for RSC #11.
From the California Pizza Kitchen Cookbook. This is a very interesting, non-traditional pizza. I made it very spicy by using more jalapeno than called for. Next time, I may briefly saute the zucchini before putting it on the pizza. The chutney is optional, but it is a nice addition.
This is a delightfully different pizza from the California Pizza Kitchen Cookbook. It's a bit fussy, but most of the parts could be done in advance and then assembled when you're ready to eat. Use whatever crust you like.
This is an adopted recipe that I found to be an incredible blend of flavors. The basil is so fresh with the sweetness of the pineapple and saltiness of the feta and ham. I used a refrigerated pizza crust, but homemade would just make it better.
One thing I love about American Cuisine is that it is acceptable to mix together two different styles of cooking, like Thai with Italian! That's what this dish is, a pizza inspired by the flavor of Chicken Satay. Every ingredient in this dish compliments the other. I highly recommend leaving nothing out!
An easy version of the California Pizza Kitchen favorite. I like to use the Italian pizza crust (Boboli) because it is quick, but you could also adapt it to use your own favorite pizza crust. A good one I like here on Zaar is Recipe #8497 posted by Steve Sickenberger.