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Spinach Pizza

Spinach Pizza created by loof751

A delicious change of pizza toppings. This pizza has a spinach and tomato base with ground beef or, perferably, vegetarian ground beef, topped with cheese. The crust is a multigrain crust that is crispy and stands up to the moist toppings. Spinach originated in the Middle East.

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  • FOR CRUST: Stir oat flour, all purpose flour, whole wheat flour, cornmeal and baking powder together; add oil and milk, mix well.
  • Knead gently 10 to 12 strokes; press dough into a 12 inch lightly sprayed or greased pizza pan, building up at edges.
  • Bake at 425F for 12 to 15 minutes or until brown.
  • FOR TOPPINGS: Meanwhile, warm veggie ground beef with pizza sauce in microwave or in saucepan. If using ground beef, cook until no longer pink, drain, stir in pizza sauce.
  • Arrange spinach on crust. Top with "meat" mixture; arrange mushrooms over meat; sprinkle with cheese.
  • Bake at 425F for 10 to 15 minutes.
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"A delicious change of pizza toppings. This pizza has a spinach and tomato base with ground beef or, perferably, vegetarian ground beef, topped with cheese. The crust is a multigrain crust that is crispy and stands up to the moist toppings. Spinach originated in the Middle East."
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  1. mub3285
    I was really excited about this crust recipe but it didn't quite do it for me. I still like the idea but I think the amount of oat flour really overpowered things and mine wasn't really crispy like I expected it to be.
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  2. Aram5262
    I really liked this pizza! I wimped out at bought a pre-prepped crust but the flavor of spinach, mushrooms, and soy crumbles was great! I also added some crushed walnuts to the toppings to add a rich nutty undertone.
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  3. LUVMY2BOYS
    I haven't made the ENTIRE recipe (yet!) but since I've had such bad luck with homemade pizza crusts, I tried out the crust just to see how it would turn out! I used whole wheat flour for the white flour & some butter for the oil. I made the crust really thin, so it didn't rise so much, but it was nice & crispy. I added some pizza seasoning into the crust, too, and next time will spray the top with a little olive oil. I can't wait to try this with the toppings-will use turkey pepperoni, low fat cheese & my own sauce. I don't like mushrooms, and really don't like beef on my pizza-can't wait to make & eat the whole recipe! Thank u for sharing this.
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  4. loof751
    Spinach Pizza Created by loof751
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  5. loof751
    Absolutely delicious! The thing that caught my eye with this recipe was the multigrain crust and it did not disappoint - it's terrific! I did not use meat or vegetarian crumbles, and I chopped up the mushrooms and mixed them with the sauce instead of laying slices on the pizza. I really enjoyed everything about this pizza and will definitely make it again!
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