I've decided on my next carb up to eat a relatively clean, yet carb heavy pizza.
I was thinking maybe a whole wheat dough (thick), some really good tomato sauce, a ton of tasty veggies, good cheese, maybe goat cheese.
I like to cook a half pound lean ground turkey meat, and blend it into tomato sauce (with Fennel,.. ummmm). Gives it the protein kick pizza needs to justify itself (for me anyways).
A whole wheat dough sounds great. I just go with a deep disk pre-made. I've been eating a LOT of pizza lately, since it's the new recipie on the block.
I also have a AMAZING General Tso's recipie- I mean AMAZING! .. but it takes some prep
Have you tried the new Kashi frozen Pizzas?. Good ingredients. Pretty good compared to the other frozen crap out there,
Down here in Florida my Publix sells whole wheat pizza dough with 5 different seeds in it -- it makes DELICIOUS pizza. I like cutting up Chicken Sausage, and adding Franks Hot Wing Sauce (5 cals for 2 tblspns) for when I get a craving for something resembling Chicken Wings. It's pretty much amazing.
This will be the best piazza you've ever had FYI
CHICKEN BBQ PIZZA
-2 whole wheat pizza crust (babalo sp?)
-1can/jar piazza sauce
-bbq of choice
-mozzarella shredded cheese (and lots of it)
-Pasta/Piazza magic sweet & hot seasoning
I cook the chicken before I put in on the pizza so do that with some added seasoning and a little bbq sauce.
1.) mix the piazza and bbq sauce together and spread over the crust along with the seasoning
2.) throw on a thin layer of cheese over top that
3.) cut up the chicken in to slices and layer evenly over the cheese and add a little bbq sauce
4.) Throw another layer of cheese over top the chicken
5.) sprinkle the crust (put a dab of water around the edge and it sticks well) with more of the seasoning and maybe a little over the cheese also
6.) place on a pan and bake for about 20min @ 350degrees
If you cant tell I love the seasoning,lol. Even the misses loves this stuff and she usually hates the "healthy" versions of anything I cook.
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