Vegetarian White Bread Pizza

>> March 22, 2011

Most people get shocked when I tell them I would prefer McDonald's spaghetti over a nice flavorful pizza in Sbarro, Shakey's, Pizzahut, Yellow Cab, or Don Henrico's. I eat pizza, yes, but I'm not really fond of it. I hate the oil and the cheese (yeah, I know lots of you love cheese, specially the guy I'm living with :P). My stomach have no issues with dairy products, I just don't like cheese in general since birth.

Anyhow, I do, however, love home-style pizza where I could just put everything that I want and leave all the ingredients I don't like. Preparation just involves chopping and sprinkling of stuff, and that's pretty much it. It's an easy to make, great tasting snack over a bag of chips.

- tomato sauce (or use ready made Quick and Easy pizza sauce from Del Monte)
- thinly sliced red bell pepper
- thinly sliced green bell pepper
- thinly sliced yellow bell pepper (optional)
- thinly sliced onion rings
- chopped pineapple
- corn kernels, drained
- button mushrooms, sliced
- square white bread
- salt and pepper to taste

1. Spread a generous amount of tomato/pizza sauce on the white bread.
2. Sprinkle bell peppers, onion rings, pine apple chunks, mushroom and corn kernels on top.
3. Top it with cheese if you wish, but I love to finish it with just salt and pepper to taste.
4. Put your bread pizza in a toaster. Toast for about 5 minutes, or until ready.

Home-style pizza is highly customizable that you can transform this in a bonding activity for you and your kids (if you have any). Let them make their own version, kids love to do these stuff specially with their moms. Enjoy and have a quality time together :).


john March 22, 2011 at 8:59 PM  

Wow looks sumptuous Marvie!

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