I made using whole wheat pita rounds (personal pizza style) to make it a quick, simple dish. Will make again using less barbeque sauce (and not Hawaiian style) and maybe adding some seasoning to the bean mix, such as cumin (as suggested by another reviewer). Also added some gouda as suggested, and may also use more cheese the next time as I used very little. Maybe it will then get a "great" rating from me.
Smoky Corn & Black Bean Pizza
From EatingWell: June/July 2006
The secret to a grilled pizza is having all your ingredients ready to go before you head out to the grill. Make it a meal: Toss the extra black beans, diced tomato and some avocado with prewashed salad greens and a tangy vinaigrette and dinner is on the table in no time.
21 Reviews for Smoky Corn & Black Bean Pizza
I introduced my guy to home made pizza when we started dating, using eatingwell's whole wheat pizza dough recipe. Now the only pizzas he likes are the ones we make. I made this last night and he said "This is the best pizza you've ever made!" :)
I used an oven at 500F and pizza stone, baking the crust for 4 minutes and flipping it, baking it for an additional minute before putting the toppings on (I only used 1/2 lb of the pizza dough to make a thin crust). I sprinkled dried cilantro on the bbq sauce, spread on the toppings (1 chopped tomato, 1/2c each corn and black beans), then sprinkled the cheese on top (I used about 1/3c mix of shredded mozzarella and smoked Gouda per pie because neither of us like a lot of cheese). I baked it for about 8 minutes then put the pizza directly on the oven rack for 2 minutes to get the bottom more crisp. It was amazing! I'm getting hungry again from thinking about it!
We make this yummy pizza recipe for dinner a lot. The bbq sauce is such a nice surprise. And the whole thing is so easy to whip up. Highly recommend!
This was awesome!!! I used whole wheat pre-made crusts, cooked them for 6 mins in a 425 oven, then used salsa instead of BBQ sauce and added a little cumin to the tomato mix. Baked for 20 mins then broiled for a couple to crisp up the cheese. No need to mess around with grills or hand made pizza dough, this was great the easy way. The fresh corn really made it, I wouldn't substitute canned. Will make again and that's rare! But I'll probably add cooked chicken.
This was awesome! It was my first time making pizza. I followed the recipe except I put it in the oven for 20-25 minutes after pre-baking the crust. I used parchment paper to avoid a mess. It warms up well the next day, was a hit with my husband, and I had leftover mozzarella, corn, tomato and black bean mix to make a yummy salad the next day. Will definitely make again with some suggestions from other comments.