Homemade Vegan Pizza – Simple & Delicious

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If you’ve never tried making a pizza at home or only buy frozen ones, give this a shot and let me know how it turns out for you! I think you’ll be happy with the taste and how simple it is to make it.

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3 thoughts on “Homemade Vegan Pizza – Simple & Delicious

  1. Just wanted to clarify that 20 minutes is probably the better time in the oven as the first one’s crust was just a tiny bit too crispy. The second pizza’s crust was nice and soft, perfectly cooked.

  2. Now I’m hungry for pizza!

    This may sound weird, since I don’t like to drink beer, but it makes the best pizza crust ever!

    Sometimes I like to use ajvar, a Croatian sauce, instead of tomato sauce. It is made from eggplant and red pepper.

    I like the combination of red onion and Castelvetrano olives. Sometimes I will add mushrooms, fresh basil, thinly sliced artichoke hearts, and bits of homemade vegan Italian sausage. Always with vegan cheese! And fresh garlic, which works best if you mince it into some of the cheese and give it a good toss before topping.

    I also like the classic pizza Margherita, but made with tomatoes that are sliced paper thin on a mandolin, not in chunks. It makes all the difference. Along with the fresh basil of course, and I will use my own homemade mozz for that. I don’t make this unless I have home grown tomatoes either. It’s very simple, but outstanding when you use the best ingredients you can get.

    1. I forgot! Baked in a round barbecue outdoors with plenty of soaked wood chips for that smoky wood oven flavor! You just heat a pile of coals til they are ready and then use tongs to arrange them in a double ring around the edge of the barbecue. Add some soaked wood chips and bake the pizza in a pan for about the same amount of time as in the oven.

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