I have always had a reputation for making unique pizzas. I learned how to grill pizza years ago and it was always good and less fat too. Today I made 2 new ones but had to bake them (it was too hot outside and my dough for some reason stuck to the wax paper and I had to go buy dough!) Here is what I made tonight: Chicken and mushroom pizza with herbs de provence Chicken, spinach and hoisin pizza
This is exactly what I made (change as you like) Makes 3 pizzas
3 pizza crusts 1c. dried porcini mushrooms 5 chicken breast halves cooked and sliced thin horizontally 3 packages sliced mushrooms -2 reg. 1 cremini 1c or so plain soy milk 2T. or so flour 3T. fresh chopped rosemary, thyme and lavender or 1T herbs de provence 1 bag spinach, chopped 1 bunch scallions chopped 1/2c or so hoisin sauce
Pour boiling water over the dried mushrooms, let soften, strain over a bowl and strain the liquid through cheesecloth, set aside and wash and chop the mushrooms In a large skillet sautť the mushrooms with some salt and garlic, add porcinis too. Divide 1/3 of mushroom mixture in colander. To the rest of the mushrooms in the pan add the flour and stir, then add the porcini liquid and the soy milk until it is a really thick sauce (donít add too much liquid) stir constantly then set aside In a stock pot use spray and add spinach and scallions and generous salt, wilt and then drain in colander with 1/3 of the mushrooms. Make 2 pizzas with the mushroom sauce mixture, 2/3 of the chicken and the herbs. (I also put brie cheese on half for my husband and I had a couple teaspoons of it) Make 1 pizza with hoisin sauce, spinach and mushrooms and rest of chicken. The secret to this is to have lots of mushrooms so you arenít eating plain dough and missing the cheese. Also put some corn meal on the pan for some texture and make sure to salt well.
-------------------- IBS-A for 20 years with terrible bloating and gas. On the diet since April 2004. Remember this from Heather's information pages:
"You absolutely must eat insoluble fiber foods, and as much as safely possible, but within the IBS dietary guidelines. Treat insoluble fiber foods with suitable caution, and you'll be able to enjoy a wide variety of them, in very healthy quantities, without problem." Please eat IF foods!