Popeye Pizza

popeye pizza before.blog

I had all the makings for a pizza, so here’s what it looked like with all the greenery.

popeye pizza after.blog.

Added some strips of mozzarella and baked it. It seemed especially tasty to us both. Not sure why. Maybe the spinach leaves kept the top moist while allowing the crust to become quite crispy. Consumption was immediate, but there is half left for tomorrow’s lunch.

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About judilyn

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24 Responses to Popeye Pizza

  1. bevparks says:

    That looks really, really, really good!

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  2. Kit says:

    I can hear G-Man now. . .”I yam what I yam and that’s all that I yam”. . .

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  3. gypsy97 says:

    What a gorgeous pizza! I think I could eat the entire thing myself.

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  4. Lucy says:

    Mmmm that looks so yummy!! I should try making it one day 🙂 Thank you for sharing! Have a lovely weekend! x

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  5. taphian says:

    this looks wonderful, Judie. We had some boeuf Stroganoff today. Was nice, too. Have a wonderful week-end, virtual hugs Mitza

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    • judilyn says:

      Stroganoff is a favorite of ours. Lots of sunshine for us for at least ten days. Yay! Hope some spills over on you. ;->

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      • taphian says:

        You are very lucky with the weather. We have rain today (which is good for the garden) and it’s akward outside, cold and ugly. But yesterday up to the eclipse of the sun it was sunny and nice. It was a really interesting thing to see the world grow darker and darker. Even the Dutch King and Queen who have been here in Hamburg watched it with special glasses. 🙂

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  6. Sherry says:

    Looks delicious! I love spinach on pizza. What else is there? I spy olives and I think tomatoes. is there pepperoni?

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    • judilyn says:

      To make just about any pizza, I brush the crust with olive oil, then put on a layer of whatever tomato-y sauce I have around. This was a bit of spaghetti sauce that I had leftover from the night before. On this particular pizza, there were bits of Italian sausage, pepperoni, black olives, a melange of sautéed onions, fresh tomatoes, and roasted red pepper, and then a layer of the spinach, as shown. Usually I am very generous with sautéed mushrooms, but was out of them this particular day. After the portrait, I put down slices of mozzarella and baked it at 510 degrees for about 15 minutes. Is it lunchtime yet? The other half will be devoured then! ;->

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  7. LFFL says:

    Love all that greenery you have going on there. And cheese makes everything taste good.

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