You people must think all I make is pizza. The reality is that I probably make it once a month or so but it holds still so well for photos, it gets documented more often than anything else.
But this pizza–this was easily one of the tastiest pizzas I’ve ever made. Ever. Even Mr. Pea thought so, and he’s not just saying that. It’s a standard whole-wheat pizza crust covered with some pesto I made last summer and froze, forgetting about it until recently. You smear it all over the dough. You then slice and onion and get it started in a tablespoon of olive oil. After they start to soften, add 3 sliced portabella caps and saute them until they’re soft and brown. Top pesto with a good 6-8 ounces of shredded mozzarella (I highly prefer the brick of cheese to the sacks, but that’s a new thing for me), and then add veg. Then–and this is what did it for us–add a couple of tablespoons of crumbled feta all over the top.
Bake in a 450 oven for 12 minutes or until bottom is browned and all seems cooked.
To die for, I swear.