This is quickly becoming a sunday night tradition: making our own pizzas for dinner. Phil's parents do it all the time - genius idea! What a wonderful way to end the weekend. I didn't sample the vegan pizza we made at the workshop during the day because I knew I was having it for dinner. Originally, I was planning on adding some grated goat cheese to mine, but after spending all day eating vegan, I decided not to. In fact, I was still pretty full from all the wonderful dishes in the afternoon that Phil and I ended up sharing one pizza. We used the ready-made spelt crust as before, and prepared some wonderful goodies to top it with. He added slices of fresh mozzarella to his half before we stuck it in the oven.
Here's a photo, pre-bake:
- spelt pizza crust
- homemade pizza sauce: chopped tomatoes, shallots, garlic, salt, pepper, love
- 1/4 zucchini, thinly sliced
- 1/2 red pepper, sliced
- 1 red onion, caramelized
- handful pine nuts, toasted
- mozzarella (optional)
- freshly ground pepper, dried oregano, chili flakes to garnish (optional)
And here is the result - my two slices:
Om nom nom.
It was a lovely dinner (and let's be honest, I saved room for a little dish of coconut ice cream).