I wish I could tell you that the veggies on this pizza came from my garden…they didn’t, but I am hoping that later this summer I can say they did. I will tell you though, the spring onions I used did come from my grandfather’s garden, it was part of the inspiration for this pizza, so the name does work.
I have been buying a ton of zucchini and squash lately, it’s been looking so good at the market that I haven’t been able to resist. Sometimes I buy a little too much and and before it gets too sad looking I have to scramble to figure out something creative to cook with it. I created this pizza one night a couple of weeks ago playing the “use it up” game that I so often play, and we have made it 3 times since. And I wasn’t the only one requesting it.
This pizza is stacked. And boy is it good. And for those of you who like meat on their pizza…no worries, it’s in there, somewhere.
- Category: Chicken
- Method: Oven
- 1 pizza dough (homemade or store bought)
small can of tomato sauce
salt and pepper to taste
shredded mozzarella cheese
shredded mexican blend cheese
2–3 spring green onions, thinly sliced
2–3 links chicken andouille sausage, thinly sliced (I use Amylu chicken sausages I find at Costco)
1–2 zucchini, thinly sliced
1–2 squash, thinly sliced
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- Prepare pizza dough on stone. Pour tomato sauce onto dough and spread around. Sprinkle dried oregano, salt and pepper to taste over sauce. Add about a cup of shredded mozzarella over sauce. Then add in layers: sliced green onions, sliced chicken sausage, sliced zucchini and squash. Add salt and pepper to top veggie layer to taste. Sprinkle about a 1/4 – 1/2 cup shredded mexican cheese over zucchini and squash.
- Bake for about 20-25 minutes until pizza crust is golden brown cooked through and veggies are browned.
(for a printable version of this recipe click here)
Congrats to the ORLANDO MAGIC for
becoming our 2009 Eastern Conference Champs!
We are so excited to see our team in the Finals!! Good luck to Dwight and the team!!
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The pizza looks great. I love loading on the veggies! Glad you had fun at the game. We didn't end up going, I put my foot down:) I hope the Magic can shut down the Lakers! I am ready for the finals!
Looks great girl. I would tear that pizza up!!! However if I tried to serve that to my kiddos, they would think I was nuts.
This look tasty! And so nice with all those veggies.
I’m from Los Angeles…so Go Lakers! 🙂
I made some pizza on Friday with baked with cilantro and jalapenos..it was so good!
your pizzas always look so good. This is making me hungry for the leftover bbq chicken pizza we made last night.
I’m amazed that the pizza lost so much of its height as it cooked. No matter, it looks and I’m sure tastes delicious.
Yum! I love veggie pizzas and this one looks fabulous.
This looks so yummy! I never thought of putting summer squash on a pizza. I wonder what Grumpy would say if I did? LOL.
Yay for Magic!!!
Love this pizza, garden veggies or not, it looks absolutely delicious!
This pizza sounds fabulous! I love that almost every inch is covered in yummy veggies.
I love pizzas filled with veggies like this one!
We watched that game and were so happy!!! That pizza looks delicious
I am really digging your pizza. Veggie pizza is my favorite.
Mmm that’s good pizza. I love the bit of meat you do have in there though.
And I’m worried about Dwight. I mean, for our sake. 😛 The guy is a beast.
You pizza looks great! I love loading them up with veggies. Can’t wait to see what your garden yields this summer.
I love veggies on my pizza, this looks perfect! Fun game!
I love how great this pizza looks and I know I would love all the veggie flavor.
The pizza looks terrific and sounds like it's a winner with everyone! Glad the Magic won for you!
That looks so great.
I would totally devour that!!
Anything with zucchini is AOK in my book. Your recipe looks awesome. As for the Magic … let's just say I'm still getting over their big win over the Celtics!
This looks so good! There are very few veggies that my boyfriend will eat, but zucchini is one of them. I think this will be a great way to get him to eat some veggies because we both love pizza. Thanks for the idea!
This looks wonderful – so summery!
Beautiful pizza. Since the ingredients came from a garden, you should enter it into the Grow Your Own roundup.
Aggie, thanks for your comment on my Foodbuzz 24 event! Just reading your pizza post – have you ever tried it on the grill? That’s my new favorite summer thing, and the kids in my cooking lessons love doing it. Search on pizza on my blog for some photos!
I am going to make this pizza, what a combo
aggie finally I was able to get into your blog. was I the only one with problems?
yeah I saw that Orlando Magic won. I would totally eat that pizza, but hubby would pull each and every veggie right off. I have mash veggies into a pulp and hide it in sauce. LOL
Garden pizza sounds so nice and fresh, it looks pretty fab, and so do you…. I have no idea who the Lakers are…so sad, I do watch Beach Volleyball.. does that count?
Does it get any better than this. I would eat it rigth out of the fridge for breakfast !! YUM Figtreeapps
I think you forgot:
2. Canadian Bacon
Looks quite yummy though (in all reality I'm a pizza purest and prefer only cheese, but I could swing for some veg. in this style from time to time).
Such a healthy and delicious looking meal! Yum!
Wooohh! This is so great.. thanks for the garden pizza recipe i should try this at home.. wheew!
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