4 Reviews

Excellent pizza. I loved the tomato base with the Italian dressing mix of veggies. I didn't use the carrot and probably won't use the asparagus next time. Endless possibilites for this pizza and you can probably use any veggie mix that you want. Used my Sourdough Pizza Crust for the crust. Thanks Paula.

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~Nimz~ April 15, 2007

I made this with a homemade crust with basil and garlic salt in it. I skipped the garlic, mushrooms, broccoli, and parmesan and used green peppers in with the carrot, onion, and asparagus. It came out wonderfully, I've never cooked anything in Italian dressing so I used only a couple tablespoons, with some olive oil and water, but I think the dressing really enhanced the flavor of the veges. Definitely will make again!

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milindsa January 11, 2007

Used this recipe for the Italian Kitchen Challenge for ZWT 2006. To make the pizza I used a garlic press, pizza peel and baked it on a pizza stone. The results were wonderful! Since DH doesn't like asparagus or broccoli (I know, boring) I left them off. Actually made two pizzas, this one and a cheese and pepperoni for him ... guess which one disappeared first!

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Galley Wench July 03, 2006

Delicious! I made as stated using my own boboli pizza crust Boboli Pizza Crust, I omitted the carrots and increased the mozza cheese, this is a little extra work, but well worth it, it's a nice change from the regular tomato sauce pizza, thanks Paula!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz May 19, 2006
Pizza Primavera