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How To Make a White Pizza With Potatoes and Vegetables
Bumping Into The Idea of a White Pizza
Last night I was in the mood for pizza, but I didn't have tomato sauce of any kind. Looking at what food I did have, I decided to try out a white pizza. Instead of tomato sauce, it uses cheese as a base.
Note Regarding Prep and Cook Times:
If you make your own pizza dough, more prep time is required. The above estimate is based on using a prepared unbaked crust.
- 1 medium crust
- 2 or 4 ounces cream or Neufchatel cheese
- 1/4 cup peppers, chopped
- 1/4 cup onion, chopped
- 2 cloves garlic, diced
- 1/2 medium potato, diced
- 1/2 cup broccoli, frozen or pre-cooked
- 2 slices tomato, chopped
- 1 teaspoon desired seasoning
- 1/2 cup shredded cheese
- 1 teaspoon parsley
- 1/2 cup parmesan cheese
Here's my Homemade Pizza Dough Recipe:
- How To Make and Bake Homemade Pizza Dough
Here is the recipe for the pizza dough, as well as how to roll it out and bake it. Also provided are links to some of my pizza recipes
- If you have an unbaked pizza crust, preheat oven to 450 degrees (If it is already baked, preheat to 400 degrees)
- Saute the peppers, onion, garlic, broccoli and chopped potato. Add tomato, and cook a little longer
- Season vegetables with your choice of seasoning. I used Adobo seasoning (Goya), but garlic powder, herbs, or even taco seasoning would taste great
- Bake the crust on a pizza pan or cookie sheet for about 7 minutes, and then take it out and let it cool off. Lower temperature to 400 degrees (if using a pre-baked crust, don't worry about this step)
- Once crust is cool, spread with cream cheese
- Add cooked potatoes and vegetables
- Sprinkle with parsley
- Sprinkle with shredded cheese
- Pop back into the oven for about 12 minutes, until cheese is melted
- Sprinkle some parmesan cheese on the pizza
Putting the Pizza TogetherClick thumbnail to view full-size
Thanks to Fellow Hubbers
When it comes to food posts, I tend to get the material ready and leave it for a while before actually completing it. But when I posted a photo of this pizza on Facebook, JustAskSusan and Victoria Lynn both asked me for the recipe. In addition, Susan gave me advice for easily saving photos from my cellphone to my computer, which was the only thing that may have delayed this post. So thanks, both of you.
I hope everyone enjoys this recipe as much as I did! It absolutely hit the spot, and gave my taste buds something different to feast on.
Speaking of roasted potatoes and peppers, here's a delicious recipe by Careermommy
- Roasted Potatoes and Bell Peppers
It's fun to make roasted potatoes, whether using as a side dish to a hearty dinner, or eating for breakfast with some biscuits or waffles. Below is an easy recipe that can be used for any meal.
Here is another pizza recipe of mine
- How to Make a Spicy Taco Pizza
This recipe shows how to make a Spicy Taco Pizza from scratch, including the homemade crust.
- How To Make a Fruit Pizza
A basic recipe for a fruit pizza with a sugar cookie crust and creamy frosting, and ideas for other variations, as well as recipes for 4 other cookie crusts
To learn more about the author, or read more of her works, click on http://kathrynstratford.hubpages.com/