We have always been big pizza fans. Any kind, really–thick crust, thin crust, meat-lovers, vegetarian, it really doesn’t matter.  It’s all good.

This weekend I tried something new. We bought some flat-bread-type pizza crust (I can’t remember the brand but it’s rectangular and it’s in the bread aisle with the flatbread and thin buns). :)  Then, while perusing a favorite cookbook, I came across a recipe for home-made pizza dough.  You’re right, I didn’t make it. :)  But they did have lots of suggestions for toppings, and one of the “winter” suggestions was caramelized onions, gorgonzola, and rosemary.  Well, that sounded right up my alley.

So I caramelized some onions (that’s really the only part that took any time at all), put some pre-made pizza sauce on the crust, topped it with the onions,  a few crumbles of gorgonzola, a little rosemary, and just a touch of parmesan, and popped it in the oven.

It was good.  Really quite good.  As easy as it gets, as well, which is a big bonus in my mind.

Maybe I’ll try some of the other pizza topping suggestions in that book–seems like it’s hard to lose with pizza. :)


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  1. Phyllis Paulson says:

    Our favorite is a small flour tortilla with pizza sauce, pepperoni & shredded cheese. A nice small crispy snack.

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