We eat a lot of homemade pizza. Weekly, sometimes more, Joe throws a few ingredients into my big stand mixer, and he whips up a pizza crust.
Joe’s pizza crusts are amazing. They are thick and chewy, but the outside and edges get a little crispy and crunchy. They brown perfectly.
I’m salivating even thinking about his homemade pizza.
The one we had this week was especially tasty because it was not a typical pizza.
Lettuce, ranch dressing, and shredded chicken topped his fabulous crust this time.
Last week, I we got a new couch. Behind the old couch, we found ten years’ worth of garbage, dust, and assorted papers.
One of the papers was a recipe for Chicken Caesar Salad Pizza from the Pampered Chef.
Finding the recipe was serendipity. We have a fridge full of fresh veggies (thanks to our CSA), and we were needing to use them up anyway.
Joe made chicken salad pizza the very next evening for dinner.
The pizza was so good that we ate the whole thing. That very night. Joe ate the last piece that night, right before bed.
You know that we can’t leave any recipe alone, so we made a few changes to the original.
Here’s our version:
Joe made this in a rectangle this time; the rectangular pieces were easy to eat. It may have been hard to eat a triangular piece of pizza because of all of the toppings.
What non-traditional toppings do you like on a pizza?
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