Potato Crust Pizza – A New Twist on an Old Favorite
  1. After cleaning the potatoes, slice them very thin using a mandoline. Arrange the sliced potatoes in two or three layers (trying to keep them all at the same height, you don't want a mound of potato in the middle) on a pizza stone or baking sheet. We've used both, and I preferred the pizza made in a long, rectangular bar pan best.
  2. Spritz the potatoes with olive oil or non-stick spray.
  3. Top your pizza as usual. First, spread the sauce over the potatoes.
  4. Top the sauce with shredded mozzarella cheese.
  5. Top the cheese with your favorite pizza toppings. Our are pepperoni, mushrooms, and black olives. (Really, we love onions, too, but Grace gags and sputters as if someone has poisoned her when she happens upon a sliver of onion. It's just easier to leave it off from the beginning.)
  6. Bake the pizza at 425 for 30 minutes, or until the potatoes are cooked through.
  7. Slice and serve. You aren't going to eat this like a normal pizza because the potatoes won't stay together to pick it up. You'll need a knife and fork.

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