CORRECTION!!! This is not low fat. As stated originally, I was suspicious of the fat content listed at the original site. Per this site, it is 36% fat. Not what I was looking for.
Posting here to verify fat content, shown as only 9%. Courtesy of LowfatLifestyle.com
Recording from memory, as my wife said I HAVE to make these for her Mom when she comes to town next month. I never measure or write down ingredients, and am suffering from "memory almost full"! So, here goes
Do NOT reject this recipe without trying it!!! One of the most unusual and tasty pizzas I've ever tasted. (I originate from Chicago, btw). I can't believe this is the first time I've tried ricotta on a pizza. Full credit goes to Smitten Kitten and her blog. I didn't change a thing, apart from not making homemade ricotta.
After a very satisfying sampling of Jonesy's crockpot oats http://www.recipezaar.com/No-Mess-Crock-Pot-Steel-Cut-Oats-322107, I found myself with a pair of dilemnas: what to do with the leftover oatmeal, and a hankering for a vegan date shake. Oatmeal in the shake? It turned out amazing, and though these measurements are approximate, they're as close as I ever get to measuring.
This throwdown was with Lou Malnotti and can be found on foodnetwork.com. I didn't include his entire recipe as it would have appeared long and intimidating. This crust is more buttery than normal pizza dough and looked very authentic. Unusual assembly of toppings: the cheese goes UNDER the ingredients and the sauce goes on last.
This won on Food Network's Utlimate Challenge, courtesy of Brigitte Nguyen. Looked and was judged overly spicy with the sliced jalapenos as posted, so I suggest at least seeding them, if not halving the quantity. Apart from that, I called it the winner before the dishes were even made; can't wait to try them.
This is a basic recipe that continues to evolve each year (one that was itself extrapolated from an intriguing Bon Appetit recipe). Add, subtract, go wild: the rich flavors of pumpernickel, bacon, and rye can stand up to just about anything!
Warning: This is a HUGE recipe. Stuffs a 24 lb. turkey with leftovers to spare. Adjust as needed.