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Most of you would LOVE to see new dairy free recipes!!
Others are interested in day to day eats and just regular life stuff!!
So this is the post for you guys!
A new yummy breakfast…
I’ve seen people “frying” bananas in blog land… I didn’t really get it, but now I do!!
Cinnamon raisin English muffin with peanut butter and fried banana!!
Frying the banana makes it warm and caramely! MMMMMMMm
I went to a friends the other day, and she made these salad rolls with wraps and smeared curry paste on the rice and filled it with veg… I followed her lead and it’s SO GOOD!
I just used a mild curry paste (red curry I think), and after the rice was cooked, I mixed it into the rice, then added it to the warp with cucumber, peppers and peas!! In a dream world, I would have had fresh cilantro in the mix too! YUM!
Dinners – I’ve had some good ones!
I followed the salad wraps with a tasty VERY random curry…
In the mix is potatoes, mushrooms, zucchini, almonds and mango with some curry paste, about a tsp of coconut concentrate and some water – served over rice!
One trick I learned with curry, if it’s too hot, add a little sugar, it cools it down!!
This was a tasty meal!! I was pretty excited for the left overs!
AND THEN IT HAPPENED!
I was inspired by Noelle at Opera Singer in the Kitchen
and her Mediterranean Pizza
I used the recipe for dough from the pizza yeast jar.
Perfect Pizza Dough
Makes 1 regular 12 inch crust
Combine 1 cup all purpose flour, 2 1/4 un-dissolved pizza crust yeast, 1-1/2 tsp sugar, 3/4 tsp salt…
Mix together in a bowl.
Add in 2/3 cup very warm water ,
Mix until well blended – the dough ball should be slightly sticky.
Kneed for 4 minutes
Flatten onto greased pan.
Bake at 450
I bake the crust for about 5 minutes and then flip it and add the ingredients to the cooked side!
My ingredients included:
Hummus for the base, nooch and pepper sprinkled on top
Marinated artichokes and sundried tomatoes
Zucchinis, peppers, onions and mushrooms
All baked to perfection.
While it was cooking, I quickly cut up some lettuce and massaged in some olive oil, balsamic vinegar, zataar and pepper and added the salad to the top of the pizza!
The salad made the pizza extra delicious!! Gave it even more flavor!
Out of the many pizza’s I have made in the last few months, this takes the cake for sure!! The left overs – minus the salad were amazing too!!
Have you ever had pizza with raw ingredients on top?
Thank you Noelle for the inspiration, and I HIGHLY recommend checking out her recipe – it’s totally different, but looks amazing!
Also I wanted to say thank you so much to all my readers, I love you guys!
And to the person who said I inspired them to start blogging, I am truly honoured!! xo
I fried bananas today too! I don't know why I haven't done it sooner. Mmmm pizza. I really could it every day. I must try raw ingredients on it!ReplyDelete
mmmm I have a post for fried bananas, too! It's just not published yet :PReplyDelete
that pizza looks delicious! I lovelovelove putting greens on pizza, but never thought to just add salad AFTER it was cooked! great idea :D thank you!
I don't think I have had pizza with raw ingredients on top, but I would definitely like to try!!ReplyDelete
Nice work on the blog! I love it :)ReplyDelete
Great job on the blog Jess...love the new look...and I love fried bananas..wish I weren't allergic.ReplyDelete
We love you more!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for showing me friend bananas! I kind of want to try this, is it strange??
It looks freaking tasty!
MMh. Fried bananas are so good!! I love the Mediterranean pizza!! Sometimes I do that at work but with pita bread as the base!!ReplyDelete
Awesome work on the blog! I like it! :-)
Frying bananas! Pure genius! Oh and that pizza will definitely have to go on my to try list very soon. YUM! Hope you are keeping warm girl!ReplyDelete
Hey there Jess! Thanks for the mention on your blog! Your pizza looks so yummy! I cannot wait to try different variations soon!ReplyDelete
Great change on your blog! :)
I often put raw stuff on pizza...love the combo of cooked and raw. I just made a raw salad and dumped warmed black beans on top!
Love your blog and can't wait to read more---have a fab day :)
I like how colorful the curry turned out. Somehow when ever I make curry it always has a weird taste:(.....oh and I awarded you an award!ReplyDelete