4 Reviews

Made as directed, changed the serving to 4. We felt these were a little bit plain. As an addition I added torn fresh basil leaves after adding the zucchini and topped them off with boccochini - my mushrooms were portabello's. Also, I wasn't sure what a mandolin was so I cut the eggplant and zucchini in 1/8-1/4 inch slices. Needed to bake for 13 minutes for cheese to melt. Made for ZWT4.

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Brooke the Cook in WI June 24, 2008

This was very good I added black olives and hot sauages to mine , so I guess its not a vegetarian pizza any more. It would have been just as good without the sauage but it was use up the bits in the fridge meal. Thank you Made for recipe swap Aussie style #15

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bigbadbrenda April 30, 2008

Super simple, super delicious. I took your suggestion and made it with what I had on hand. I used a whole wheat flat bread, pesto, tomato, mushroom, kalamata olives, mozz, onion, and jalapenos. Absolutely fabulous and couldn't be easier. Will definitely make again. For Aussie Tag.

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Vicki in CT April 24, 2008

Gorgeous, Had to find a quick easy recipe to fill my hungry teenage boy when he got in from football. That and I had a bunch of veggies I wanted to use up before they hit the bin. I used all the same veg, I did add more pesto and cheese he loves those ingredients. To make it a bit more substantial I grilled a chicken breast. I did end up making 2 I knew he would eat 1 and 1/2 and I had to try it along with my hubby. Big thimbs up from all so quick, easy and gorgeous plus a great way to use up those vegetables. Awesome yum, yum

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The Flying Chef March 03, 2008
Flat Bread Pizza