Thursday, March 1, 2012

Happy Meat March!

Just kidding, we are not going to binge on meat just because it isn't February any more. But I might have a tuna fish sandwich for lunch!

Yesterday, I met Glenn for lunch, and we seriously had NOTHING to pack for lunch. So I had to get creative. This here is the last meal I cooked for vegetarian month. That doesn't mean it is the last vegetarian meal I will ever cook! I have loved so many of the things we've eaten this month; there are some I will definitely make regularly, like the lasagna and the enchiladas.

Disclaimer: I got a new cell phone (wahoo!) and it is really nice, but the camera is terrible! Worse than my last one! We really need to get our real camera working again. Until then, just bear with my terrible photos.

Four tiny pizza crusts...

pizza ingredients
the toppings...

The pizzas! Yum! I really wish I had better picture of the finished product, because they were really pretty.


  1. afton. These pizzas look delish, and I have been wanting a good recipe for pizza crust! care to share??

  2. Yes, it is so easy! It is a good basic recipe that you can change up, like use wheat flour instead, or add mashed sweet potatoes, like I did for this one. This is the half recipe, which makes one good sized pizza that is enough for Glenn and I for one meal. You can totally double it though.

    1/2 cup warm water
    2 teaspoons active dry yeast
    2 teaspoons of sugar
    (Let sit in mixer bowl for 3-5 minutes)

    Add 1/2 teaspoon of salt
    about 1 1/2 cups of flour (just make sure it has a good consistency, not too floury but also not super sticky)
    and 1 tablespoon of oil.
    Need with the dough hook for 3-5 minutes.

    I roll out the dough right away, let it rise for about 10 minutes, and then bake it for about 10 minutes. Then add the toppings and make for another 10-15 minutes!

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