Green Pizza

September/October 2009

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Why not use cooler-weather vegetables like broccoli and arugula as an unconventional pizza topping? The arugula adds a slightly bitter, peppery tasteā€”for a milder flavor, use spinach instead. Serve with wedges of fresh tomato tossed with vinegar, olive oil, basil and freshly ground pepper.

"I love this Green Pizza, especially with homemade thin whole wheat pizza crust! I make the dough in my food processor the night before. I add other green veggies, like peas, spinach, and artichokes and I like to add goat cheese or feta...
Green Pizza

34 Reviews for Green Pizza


We use spinach instead of arugula, but the end result is mouthwatering and the fresh dough makes the house smell fantastic. This is definitely being permanently added to out home menu.


We also used spinach instead of arugula. I don't normally consider a pizza a pizza unless it has tomato sauce and gobs of cheese, but this was truly delicious. And I finally used the pizza stone that I've kept in the box for years. Great recipe!


Ended up replacing arugula with Spinach and Green Onions with some pepper on top of the cheese. One of the best tasting pizzas I have had to date!


We loved this pizza. The only changes I made were to use spinach in place of the arugula and to make my own pizza dough. I look forward to making it again!


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