Friday, June 16, 2006

Five ingredient friday

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Here is a recipe I Found in Rachael Rays New magazine. I am going to try this recipe tonight, i might be adventurous and try it on the grill. This is a great summer supper, lots of fresh ingredients.

Goat Cheese Spinach Pizza
14 oz. can pilsbury pizza crust
1/2 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese
one 6 oz. bag baby spinach
3 plum tomatoes, chopped
4 ounces goat cheese crumbled

Preheat oven to 400, spread dough on baking sheet and spnkle with some olive oil and parmesan cheese. Bake for 8 mins. Toss the spinach with a drizzle of olive oil. Top the crust with spinach, tomatoes, and goat cheese. Drizzle pizza with more olive oil and bake for 15 mins more.

I was thinking this recipe would be great with fresh mozzarella cheese instead of the goat cheese and a a couple of fresh basil leaves mixed in with the spinach. This is a good base recipe for making some yummy summer pizzas. Hope you enjoy it!!! I'll update after I've tried the recipe tonight.


Overwhelmed! said...

Oooh, this looks good. Let me know how it turns out tonight, okay? And please go add your blog link to my blog so I remember to check back! :)

Michelle said...

oh that does sound like a good pizza recipe ... and I like the add-ons you're planning on doing. Will have to try this one as well!

Miranda said...

I tried the pizza tonight. I made it in the oven and i used fresh Mozzarella cheese instead of the goat cheese. It was good, but i really didn't like the pilsbury pizza crust, it tasted to artificial, and didn't go well with the flavors of the pizza, so next time i make it i will buy the frozen pizza dough. I havn't planted any Basil yet so i didn't add that, but maybe next time. The pizza was good, but i would suggest using "real" pizza dough.

Overwhelmed! said...

Miranda, thanks for the review and the tip about using real pizza dough, rather than the Pilsbury stuff.

We have a pizza stone that I don't think we've ever used! I may have to drag it out and try to use it to make this pizza. :)

Sandra said...

Looks so good....can't wait to try it :)

Mine is up too.

Michelle said...

Yes thanks for the review about the Pillsbury dough. I wonder how it would work with DiGornio? Also I have a pizza dough mix from Pampered Chef, I bet that would taste good too!

Beck said...

Ah! I totally used to make that and then I lost the recipe! I AM SO EXCITED! Thank you so much for posting that!

Overwhelmed! said...

Miranda, would you please email me at so I have your email to respond to your kind comments? :)