Pizza Primavera (yum!)...cooking like it's springtime even if the weather won't cooperate
I made this for dinner tonight and it was another one of those meals where you look in the fridge and realize there's not much there. In this case I usually either put it (whatever I happen to have) on a pizza, make a sandwich out of it, or toss it with pasta (which is pretty much 90% of my diet). Anyhow this is really easy (and really delicious) and this is how I made it.
I started with a whole wheat dough which I let rise while I went out to do a few errands (I used 1/3 of this recipe, which has step-by-step instructions with photos). I then layered it with tomato sauce that I had in my freezer (use jarred or make your own in twenty minutes). I then separately cooked asparagus and spinach aglio e olio (with garlic and oil...here's a really easy recipe). Lastly, I topped it with four cheese.
This may seem complicated but it's really not when you break down the steps. And this, of course, is simply a guide...use whatever ingredients you have at hand or those that you personally like.