Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Why yes, that IS avocado on my pizza.


Taking it back, old school,  all the way to the original Mofo and The Great Grocery Experiment of 2007...

Garbage Pizza. 

Ready to go into the oven:
Garbage Pizza Ready to bake

Ready to go into my belly:
Garbage Pizza Hot out da oven

There is a version of this in Cozy Inside, and I am somewhat known for making "pantry" or "garbage" dishes pretty fabulously, if I don't say so myself.  So, when I was scanning my kitchen and trying to decide what to  make for dinner, I kept thinking, "Wow, there's a lot of stuff in here that I will have to throw out soon, if I don't use it, like, now."  And this garbage pizza was born.

Here's what it is:
A large ciabatta bread, cut in half for the crust
Half of an already opened jar of spaghetti sauce
Baby spinach
Almost too ripe avocado
Daiya
Crispy fried onions
Follow Your Heart Creamy Garlic Dressing
Parma Chipotle Cayenne Sprinkles



13 comments:

  1. Wow, that really looks pretty darn delicious.

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  2. I ACTUALLY have all that in my house. Must make soon! Maybe tonight! Great pics!

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  3. I LOVE avocado on pizza. its all creamy and lovely. looks YUM!

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  4. Love the idea of using ciabatta bread as the crust for pizza!!

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  5. Mmm... LOVE avocado on pizza !

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  6. There is nothing garbage about that pizza! It's beautiful!!!

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  7. This is so genius. I'm a little speechless.

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  8. That looks amaaazziinngg! I've never tried any Follow Your Heart dressings. Next time I visit my folks in the states, perhaps!

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  9. okay, I already love this. I usually do garbage stir fry, but I think garbage pizza is even better!

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  10. you have outdone yourself, m'friend. heck double whammy yum.

    xo
    kittee

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