Tuesday night I made pita bread, and we had hummus and salad for supper. I had half of the pita dough left – the recipe makes 10, so last night I put it to even better use.
I took about 2/3s of the the dough and rolled it out into a pizza crust. I then topped it with…we’ll just say a special sauce, salt, pepper, spinach, kalamatas, bacon, and feta. I popped the whole thing into a 500 degree oven and let it bake. It was the best pizza I’ve ever made. The crust was amazing, and a lot easier to make than my typical crust. The pizza was so good, that Husband and I couldn’t really carry on a conversation while eating it; it kept getting interjected with pizza-related comments. I don’t know that that has ever happened before.
I’m very pleased that the pita dough – which is “better” for you since it’s made with a bit of whole wheat and no lard- has become my new pizza dough, it’s a delightful discovery. And that special sauce? Well, it sounds strange, but it was just a thin coat of mayo with a spritz of vinegar; worked like a charm.
Guess I should’ve taken a photo, but we ate it too quickly.