- Grilled organic strip steak (seasoned with salt and pepper)
- Sauteed sliced onion
- Pepper jack cheese
- Homemade pizza sauce
- Homemade pizza dough
Andrew bought this sauce a while ago and has been waiting patiently for me to use it on a pizza. It was delicious! It was light and flavorful and tasted delicious with the veggies and cheeses. I’ll definitely use it again on pizza.
This was the first of many pizzas that got me through the morning sickness of the first trimester of my pregnancy. It was all I ate!
I am so excited for Spring to be here. We have nicer weather, more time outside, and a whole new season of pizza recipes. To me, Spring pizza consists of lots of veggies and fresh flavors. Thai food doesn’t necessarily seem super Springy, but the colors and flavors of the veggies felt like a great start to the season. We bought Thai peanut sauce from Lori’s Natural Foods Center and have been wanting to try it out for a couple of weeks. Using the peanut sauce, I marinated and then grilled chicken cutlets. I chopped fresh onion, red pepper, garlic and broccoli, then sautéed them with a spritz of canola oil, salt and pepper. I sprinkled a very small amount, I normally heap it on, of mozzarella cheese on the crust, then piled on the veggies and the chopped chicken. Before putting the pizza in the oven I drizzled about two tablespoons of the Thai peanut sauce over the toppings. This pizza tasted so fresh and healthy! You could taste all of the individual flavors of the veggies, and the chicken grilled with the peanut sauce was excellent. What a great start to Spring!
We invited over our good friends Jenn, T and their three-year-old son. They didn’t have any pizza preferences so I decided to make a cheese pizza for their son, him being three and all, and an Apple, Bacon and Onion pizza I read about. This was a first time pizza for me. I used a Granny Smith apple, turkey bacon and a white onion. The cheese pizza was pretty good, but the Apple, Bacon and Onion pizza won the night!