Remember last week when I got all zen like and said something was as numerous as the grains of sand? Well, you can say the same thing about pizza. Think about it…thin crust, thick crust, deep dish, hand tossed, heavy toppings, light toppings, veggie, meat lovers..see. And you know what, I say yes to them all. Whatever mood you are in there is a pizza for it!
In the summer, I like my pizza light and more often than not, I turn to Pizza Marguerite. It’s my favorite salad on a thin light crust, what’s not to love??
And like my favorite salad, it really doesn’t require a recipe, all it requires is fresh tomatoes, herby basil, fruity olive oil, fresh mozzarella, and salt and pepper.
Here is how I do it: Preheat oven to 500 with pizza stone in oven, roll out pizza dough, brush lightly with olive oil, spread some chopped fresh tomatoes and dot with torn chunks of fresh mozzarella, salt and pepper. Bake for 10 minutes or until crust is golden and bubbly. Strew fresh basil leaves on top. Enjoy.
This will be my entry for Two For Tuesdays!