I am a huge pizza fan – especially white pizza. For some reason I feel like white pizza is more “healthy” than tomato so I can justify eating a slice (or 3). I know this is totally not true, but hey we all have our strange justifications, right?
I signed up for our local CSA and received some delicious veggies I’d never heard of (green garlic and hakurei turnips, anyone?) so I decided to make a white pizza using these veggies. I’m sold – and seriously need to hunt down these veggies at my local farmers market.
- 1 cauliflower pizza crust ( I made one using a recipe from my blog)
- 1 container of Kite Hill ricotta
- 3 shoots of green garlic
- 5 hakurei turnips
- 5 breakfast radishes
- Olive oil
- Make the pizza dough and while it's cooking prep the veggies
- Toss the green garlic, turnips, and radishes in olive oil, salt, and pepper
- When the pizza crust is done let it cook while you roast the veggies
- Preheat the oven to 500 degrees, line a baking sheet with tin foil
- Lay the veggies on the baking sheet and roast for 5 minutes or until crispy
- When the crust is done cooling (10 minutes) spread it with ricotta
- When the veggies are done transfer them onto the pizza
- Cook the pizza for 10minutes at 400 degrees