By KP in Canada on June 16, 2006
"I made this pizza one day for my kids. I originally was going to make a large calzone for them to share, but then creativity took over and this dish was born. It's simple and delicious. As is with every pizza the best part is that you can top it anyway that you want. That's what makes Pizza so fun after all, isn't it? The recipe submitted is a healthy version."
Serving Size: 1 (95 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"Quite close to the ones we make! Ours is a clone of the infamous Beggar's Pizza from Blue Island, IL where my wife & I lived. We loved it so much that we took a piece, put it in the 'fridge & the next morning carefully dissected it to see what made it so good! One problem is finding the deep dish pans & then getting the pizza out. No worries- I have thos love of spring-form pans & got mine at a restauant supply house- WAY cheaper and better than those from "mall kitchen stores" or "specialty catalogs." Now- the trick is saving some extra "toppings" to pile on the top! Don't take this pizza serious- it's alot of fun to play with and make it your own! Even better- learn how to make your own whole-wheat dough as sometimes you can't always find them. Another fun thing is to make a "spinach" dough- adds alot of colour and flavour- leaves Lou Malnati's in the dust!"