What’s Left

Mexican scallions and grey squash pizza

As you’ve probably noticed, I post a lot of pictures of pizza. That’s because I make a lot of pizzas. The standard procedure is to start a batch of dough in the bread machine and then make six seedy buns and either a pizza or cinnamon bread, or sometimes a focaccia.

This particular pizza turned out to be a lot more delicious than I had anticipated. It was just leftover Mexican grey squash and Mexican scallions, a bit of red sauce, and some cheese. No pizza is complete without a bit of Italian sausage.

Cut into tinier squares, this would make a good nibble food for a party as it was light, but very tasty.

About judilyn

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8 Responses to What’s Left

  1. aryana0821 says:

    mmhhh .Look delicious 🙂


    • judilyn says:

      Oh, it definitely was! There was one tiny square of it left, and I reheated it quickly for DH one day when he was starving, and I was slow to get lunch together. A few seconds in the microwave to warm it through, and then a couple of minutes in the toaster oven to crisp it up – Stupendous! ;->


  2. Kit says:

    Nice pic. . .looks like a happy face! Two strategically placed sausage slices for eyes. . .and walla!



  3. Liz says:

    That pizza looks very tasty. Please save the last quarter for me. What’re you having for dinner then? Enjoy your dinner and have a goodnight!


    • judilyn says:

      The picture came up sideways, unfortunately. The part of the pizza that was “left” was meant to be at the left side of the picture, but I guess the WordPress software saw it differently. Tonight I am making a heavily veggie variation on Sloppy Joe’s, on the new seedy buns I made yesterday with the rest of the pizza dough, and a big pile of red chard.

      Van Cliburn was kind enough to drop by to serenade me with Chopin’s Étude No. 3 in E Major, via Pandora, of course, whilst I slave away over a hot stove!

      Life is good!


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