I’m pretty confident in making the statement that at least once a weekend I con Kh into making me homemade pizza. As of lately, our flavor of the day has consisted of thin crust white pizza. Meaning, no sauce. With lots of veggies. Thinking about it even makes my mouth water, and I’ve already had 2 slices.
We went on a small adventure to enjoy this beautiful weather we’ve been having and ended up at a local food store that’s very similar to a farmers marker, Russo’s.
- Dough (either pre-made thin crust dough, make your own, or purchase the raw dough)
- Olive Oil
- Vegetables – Or whatever toppings you see enjoy most. I personally love broccoli, spinach, and mushrooms!
If you chose to put vegetables on your pizza, you’ll want to cook and prepare all of this first. Steam the broccoli, as well as the spinach. Chop up your mushrooms and garlic while you wait for the vegetables to steam. Saute the garlic in olive oil.
For the thin crust pizza, we just buy a pre-made crust, but have also been known to purchase dough and roll out or own pizza crust. Whichever crust you use, brush a thin layer of the olive oil and garlic over the crust. Then place your mozzarella evenly over the top of it.
Take your toppings and make a layer on top of the mozzarella you’ve already placed on the crust. Then make another thin layer of mozzarella atop the other toppings. I like a lot of cheese on my pizza, although this doesn’t come out too cheesy.
Cook for about 15 minutes, or until the cheese begins turning a golden brown color.
Now, wait even longer for it to cool down.
Then.. finally, enjoy!