Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Flippist Pizza

A 20 minute dinner for 2.

So simple to do I can make it in my sleep—and it always turns out great—light and flavorful, without a big wad of greasy dough that turns into a stone in your stomach. The key is the use of a balsamic glaze on the meat, you can drizzle it on the onions as well. Outside of the cheese, there is no added fats or oils, and less than a couple of grams of sugar (naturally occurring).
I find that store-bought frozen pizza is usually awful, the toppings on it are usually poor quality, with a ton of added salt and sugar. (I don’t even want to guess what take-out pizza is made from!)

A very nice home made pizza can be made from these simple ingredients:

A thin pizza crust (store-bought but really quite good)
One 3-4 oz. meat patty (I had some bison)
Balsamic glaze
One half a small onion (sliced thin)
4 tablespoons quality salsa (i.e. no added sugar)
Shredded cheese
Italian seasoning
4-6 cherry tomatoes, sliced in thirds
Garlic powder (You can use chopped or pressed garlic, but make it fine)

Pre-heat oven (390°f) while preparing the pizza. I chop up the meat patty into small cubes and drizzle them with some kind of glaze, what ever you have. Ladle the salsa onto the crust then add the meat and onion slices.
Add the cheese and tomato and then season with garlic and Italian spice:
Bake 10-12 minutes. I put the pizza in the oven right on a center rack, but heat a pizza stone on the rack below it so it can keep the pizza hot when serving:
Top with Parmesan cheese and serve. YUM!

By Professor Batty


Blogger jono said...

Looks yummy!

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