I just ran across this today looking for new meatless Monday ideas. This is the first recipe I've ever reviewed. I was that impressed. Only changes I made were to add garlic to the onions (because well it's garlic) and I added summer squash and spinach along with the tomatoes for a more vegetable rich dish. I did use a ready made crust just for convenience. Absolutely phenomenal.
WOW! So Yummy!!! All I can say is WOW! I am not a fan of onions but I was tempted to try this concoction. I am so glad I did. My whole family loved it. Especially Me the onion hater! It was a very filling meal so had lots for left overs the next day. I even liked it cold. I used red onion in place of the yellow cooking onion. I am making it again tonight for dinner. Yum! Pros: Very filling goes a long way and even tastes great cold the next day.
Great flavors frozen pizza dough is messy I really liked this but it takes a lot of effort to make. First the flour and dough get everywhere. Second the frozen dough never seems to cook right for me I much prefer the pre-made crust at whole-foods. Finally bringing out a blender or food processor creates a mess. I really did like it and I would make it again but I've had this recipe for 2 years and have only made it twice... so that's saying something. Over all definitely worth making once. Pros: delicious unique Cons: don't like frozen pizza dough labor intensive
Inventive Vegetarian Pizza I didn't have smoked gouda and used edam instead. Carmelized onions are a favorite pizza topping of mine but I never would have thought of using pumpkin seeds! Really clever dish and I love how bright and colourful it was!
Delicious and really easy we make this all the time one of our favorite weeknight meals. The authors must have huge plum tomatoes where they live because we usually end up needing 1 or 2 extra tomatoes than called for so the whole flatbread is covered.
This is fantastic. The meal comes together fairly quickly when you can purchase a ball of whole wheat pizza dough. I also found that I needed 1 more plum tomato than the recipe called for. Served with a salad and was stuffed afterwards.
Despite come kitchen mishaps this dish is indeed wonderful. The cheese was odd though. Check out my blog to see what I have to say about it: http://superfoodsyear.blogspot.com/2010/05/my-journey-into-land-of-flatbreads-and.html Eating the Rainbow
This was very tasty but I strongly suggestion you follow the directions for the pizza dough. I spritzed the teflon with oil and pressed and stretched the dough into place. In the end I literally had to chisel it off the pan what a mess! I think I'm going to duck the whole dough part and use parathas or pitas next round. Or maybe try making this as a bruschetta.
This was excellent! I made the pizza dough from scratch and the crust turned out perfect. I can think of a lot of variations for toppings that would also be good. I'm definitely going to try garlic and some different herbs in the bean spread. My omni husband added some chorizo and also loved it.
Excellent! This was a great change of pace for "pizza". It was easy to assemble and the house smelled wonderful while it was baking. I used a purchased ball of fresh whole wheat dough from my grocery store it worked great. Like other reviewers mentioned I needed another tomato. I really liked the smoked gouda! Will definitely make again.