4 Reviews

This is very yummy! I didn't have the sun dried tomato paste so I just chopped up some sun dried tomatoes as finely as I could and used that. I also didn't do the best job of reading the directions and put all the cheese on the bottom layer instead of dividing it between top and bottom. Oh well! Still tasted delish :)

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mommyluvs2cook December 30, 2015

Who doesn't love fresh-roasted red peppers and cheese? These were fantastic little pizzas. I loved the addition of sundried tomato paste to the sauce. It really added a beautiful sweetness and depth. I used a pizza cheese blend instead of straight mozzarella (to please DH) and added a bit of fresh torn basil once baked. Lovely and oh-so simple!

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under12parsecs June 08, 2011

This is fantastic. Just fantastic!!! We are raving about this, mmmmmmmmm. I made one sub - had to use gluten-free bread for the crust due to allergies. I used leftover homemade sundried tomato paste that I had whipped up earlier this week for use Penne Al'arrabiatta. Thank you for sharing!! I sense there will be a fight over the leftovers later ;) ZWT7

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Starrynews May 27, 2011

Yum! I had to do some doctoring, since I couldn't find the sun dried tomato paste. I just chopped some sun dried tomatoes and combined them with the pizza sauce in a blender, to make it smooth. Worked quite well. I also used the breast meat from a rotisserie chicken I had on hand. Made for Everyday Holiday Tag. :)

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Lori Mama November 27, 2010
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