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The “Anything Goes” Pizza

This is what happens when the person who is in charge of dinner (myself) completely spaces it out because they have 50 million other things going on.  I made the executive decision to whip up some pizza dough. 5 minutes to mix and 45 minutes to rise, I had just enough time. Make the dough now and worry about toppings later, hence the title “Anything Goes.”

No tomato sauce! Psshhh…who needs it!? No pepperoni, salami or bacon. How about ham? And by ham I mean stealing the deli slices from the kid’s lunch meat.  No veggies, but I’d been eyeing that last tomato all day.  He knew his time had come.  You get the idea.  It’s like your own home version of “Chopped.”  Get creative and use what you have on hand.

 

The "Anything Goes" Pizza
Print Recipe
Use whatever you have (:
Servings
4 people
Cook Time
17 minutes
Servings
4 people
Cook Time
17 minutes
The "Anything Goes" Pizza
Print Recipe
Use whatever you have (:
Servings
4 people
Cook Time
17 minutes
Servings
4 people
Cook Time
17 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 475 degrees. Stretch your dough, add your cheese and drizzle the extra virgin olive oil over the cheese in lieu of pizza sauce. Place your sacrificial tomato slices over the oil.
  2. Add the black olives and sliced ham.
  3. place the delectable jalapeños on half. Or if you don't have small children who run screaming when they see jalapeños, put them over the whole damn thing! "BAM!" yourself some oregano at the end.
  4. Bake 15-17 minutes until golden brown and bubbly. The olive oil keeps the pizza super moist. I really hate that word but that's the best way to describe it. The pizza sauce is not missed one bit. Truth be told, I actually prefer the olive oil.
Recipe Notes

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Sara Pittman

Sara is from sunny San Diego CA. She is a wife, busy mother of 3 and amateur chef stumbling through organized chaos on a daily basis using sarcasm and humor to soften the blow...that's what she said. She will take any opportunity to demonstrate the running man in public and enjoys being a sarcastic smart ass.

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