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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Potato Stir fry Pizza

World's favorite food?  Who doesn't love pizza? Adults and kids alike enjoy possibly the most versatile food ever. With endless toppings and combinations there is not many things you can't put on a pizza. Thick or thin crust, sauce or white pizza,  you can experiment and be as creative as you like. In doing so, I came up with this stir fry pizza mainly because I liked the texture of the pre cooked potato .  This pizza is crispy and rich with fresh flavors and it also looks many ways, a work of art. Whether you make your own dough or use store bought, you will get great results and realize that pizza can be a whole lot more than sauce and cheese. Have fun with it!
Potato Stir fry Pizza

This Rustic Pizza is sure to please everyone!


1 Pizza dough rolled out fairly thin
1 large potato, peeled and diced into small cubes ( about 1cm)
1 each of red, orange and yellow peppers cut into small cubes.
1 small, red onion cut into cubes
2 handfuls of fresh baby spinach leaves
2 heaping Tbsp of basil pesto
Grated or fresh mozzarella
Grated parmigiano cheese
Soft goat cheese
Extra virgin olive oil
Salt and pepper

Allow dough to rise then roll out and place on a greased pizza tray.
Cover dough with olive oil and sprinkle with parmigiano and mozzarella
In a frying pan, heat olive oil and saute all veggies (except baby spinach) for 10 - 12 minutes
Place veggies in a large bowl and add baby spinach and toss until well mixed. Spinach will wilt and become soft.
Add 2 heaping Tbsp of basil pesto and some salt and pepper to bowl and mix well.
Now distribute stirfry evenly over pizza dough and crumble goat cheese over entire pizza.
Place in a pre heated 400*f oven and bake for approx 25-30 mins. or until botton of pizza is golden brown.

***add your favourite veggies to this stir fry ( mushrooms, zucchini, etc. )****


sophiedahydesigns said...

Pizza looks amazing! I found you through Verdigris Vie.

Therese Pope said...

This looks delish, Cousin Danny! I definitely need to try out your recipes on here. Great foodie blog - mmmm! Cooking definitely runs in our blood line. Your Bolognese sauce looks yummy too!

Rowena... said...

Got this one marked in my feed reader. I will definitely write you up when I make this!


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