I just started baking breads and pizzas a couple months ago. I have been using this recipe for pizza dough and it always turns out perfectly. I've thought about trying a new recipe, but why fix what ain't broke?? We have really been enjoying homemade pizza and all the toppings that you can create at home.
For Cinco de Mayo, we decided to go with a Mexican-inspired pizza. I made the pizza dough and and rubbed it down with some chili oil. Then I layered it with refried beans, taco sauce, ground beef cooked down with taco seasoning, monterey jack cheese, olives, and jalapenos. This was one hot and tasty pizza! I really enjoy hot and spicy foods, but my mouth was really on fire! I was happy I had made some frozen chocolate bananas. They were the perfect dessert to help cool my mouth down.
What a great idea!!! We love pizza and I've made almost every combination I could think of...but not this one, thanks for the idea!!!ReplyDelete
This is an awesome pizza idea. Love all those toppings youchose. NICE job!! Musthave been delicious!ReplyDelete
That looks so good! I agree about the pizza dough, if it works, you don't have to look for other ones. My sister gave me a recipe for no-rise pizza dough that also turns out great!ReplyDelete
I would love this pizza!
I've got to try that idea next time - why limit ourselves to Italian themed pizzas?ReplyDelete
That pizza looks sooooo good! What a great combination!ReplyDelete
I love the Mexican pizza idea! Hey just in case you don't make it back to my blog, I looked on the bag of masa harina (from Bob's RedMill) and the ingredients are corn and lime (they soak the cooked corn in limewater) so no wheat.ReplyDelete
Hi Kim, thank you for visiting my blog, I loved your thoughtful comment:)ReplyDelete
Mexican pizza, can't go wrong with that! Mexican food is one of my favorites:)
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