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    Meatza

    I'm making meatza for dinner tonight and was curious to see if any of you that have made it before, add some spices to the meat before cooking the base? If you do, please just list the spices. I can't view too many links as I am at work right now.
    Georgette

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    I've used oregano, garlic and salt

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    Omg this sounds delicious! Totally posted it on Facebook and totally making it.

    Totally.

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    You, ma'am, are a purveyor of pure evil - pure mouthwatering delicious evil.

    Seriously, I was all like, Meatza? Meh. Until I clicked your link and saw the pictures. I already had dinner planned and ingredients bought when I read this yesterday, so I couldn't make it then. But today . . . today is a clean slate of meaty pizza[ish] goodness.

    Hrm.

    Now I just need to dig up that cauliflower crust thread (didn't appeal to me at all) so my vegetarians don't feel like I'm leaving them out.

    [if anyone remembers the name of that thread - maybe a week or two ago - I'd really appreciate the link]

    ETA - I found the LINK.

    *wanders off wondering what a combined cauliflower/spinach crust might taste like*
    Last edited by brahnamin; 02-23-2011 at 06:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brahnamin View Post
    *wanders off wondering what a combined cauliflower/spinach crust might taste like*
    I did make a spinach pizza here: http://stuffimakemyhusband.blogspot....ach-pizza.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by erica057 View Post
    Yeah, it was your site I got the idea from as I was combing for the cauliflower recipe. My wife and daughter both like spinach, but I think they'd do better easing into it. I'm back from the store and committed to giving it a go, so I guess I'll post the results tomorrow. Your blog is bloody awesome btw. I love food blogs that use, you know, actual food.

    Question for you - do you think adding a bit of coconut oil to the mixture would help it crisp more, maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brahnamin View Post
    Question for you - do you think adding a bit of coconut oil to the mixture would help it crisp more, maybe?
    Hmm, maybe adding a little coconut oil on the outside of the crust (or olive oil spray...)

    The main factor in creating a crispy veggie crust (for ANY vegetable) is to drain out as much liquid as possible. The spinach crust is very, very similar to the shredded cheese crust in terms of ingredients yet it's not as crisp and I'm 99.9% sure that it's because of the water in the spinach. You could try lightly steaming the spinach first and then wringing out the liquid.

    You can also make mini personal pizzas rather than one large one; I've found that the smaller the surface area, the more crispy bits there are. I do plan to try making a veggie crust in a Baker's Edge pan.

    Otherwise, parchment paper, spreading it out VERY thin, and using a high oven temp are all key. Once I finish up The Great Pizza Experiment I will make a post with all of my pizza learnings
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    This is our default recipe. We make it once a week, at least.

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    I bought the pizza seasoning from Penzy's Spices yesterday and used it in that flax-meal/egg "muffin" recipe that's been going around and it was fantastic; smelled just like a pizza parlor in here.

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