First I gathered up my ingredients (strategically covering my dirty stove with a cutting board, so fancy!)
I was feeling all excited about potato pizza after Rachel's post, but I actually ended up substituting mushrooms. Oh, and I added some onion. Also, I got brave and used the hot sauce I made the other day. I have to say that we have been using it like gangbusters at our house as of late. It mellowed a bit (still super hot though) and now I can't get enough! All that to say, the true ingredient list (picture notwithstanding!) should look like this:
- black radishes, natch
- hot peppers (which I seeded, based on past experience!)
- pre-made pizza dough
- olive oil
- hot sauce
I chopped up the garlic, sliced the onion and the radishes, cut the peppers into strips and seeded them, cut the mushrooms and sauteed everything until the radishes were almost clear. I always add the mushrooms towards the end so they don't get overcooked and I added the hot sauce a bit later as well.
Then it was a matter of rolling out the dough on my pizza stone, spreading my goodies on the dough and popping it all in the oven.
Anybody else done anything fine with our best friend pizza lately? I just never seem to get tired of finding new ways to make it delicious!
P.S. I had the thrill of being interviewed by a new "cyber friend" recently about being a vegan mom. She talked to a lot of interesting people and I was really honored to be a part of it. Check it out if you can (she said shyly).