Monday, March 19, 2018

Southwest Pizza

This is a quick, unique pizza that can easily feed a crowd. Adjust the ingredient amounts to the size and tastes of your crowd. Pre-made pizza dough can be purchased at most grocery stores, but if you'd rather make your own, check out the easy pizza recipe that is also on this blog.

Pizza dough for 4 large-sized pizzas
1 jar of your favorite thick salsa
Queso fresco crumbly Mexican cheese (or whatever cheese you want!)
2 cups corn (frozen or canned, whatever you've got)
2 cans black beans (drained)
1 bunch chopped cilantro

Optional additions: canned green chili peppers (mild or hot), grilled chicken, taco meat, sliced green or red peppers, etc.

1. Spray cookie sheet/baking tray generously with cooking spray.

2. Stretch out dough nice and thin into a circle/oval. (You can roll it out, but just stretching it out by hand works well for me.)

 3. Spread on salsa, then top with cheese, beans, corn, cilantro, and whatever else you want.

4. Cook at 425 degrees F (218 degrees C) for about 12-15 minutes or until crust edges are golden and cheese is melted. You might need to use a paper towel to soak up extra liquid if your salsa/corn is quite runny.

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