Friday, January 20, 2012
In all my efforts to do somewhat of a life overhaul this year (or so I've coined it, though I'm sure it won't be nearly as dramatic), I promise I won't turn this into a sap story of a journal where I torment you with my trials and tribulations. Onto more fun topics. Cauliflower pizza crust.
I first heard of this wondrous recipe from Dr. Oz, then later saw it pop up in my Google reader from Beth, and as I'm known for not keeping carbs in my house (I'm still teased over this point by my foodie friend who at one point was looking through my cabinets practically screaming "WHERE ARE YOUR CARBS?!"), I thought it only apropos I make a low-carb pizza crust right?
And the results were so tasty I had to share. It's definitely different from your standard pizza crust, but it fulfilled my pizza craving just the same. And the crust itself is really flavorful, as the mozzarella and herbs really shine through. The cauliflower doesn't distract from all the other familiar flavors of pizza, and the bonus is it won't weigh you down either. I found the recipe below was perfect for two to share for dinner.
I topped ours with thinly sliced chicken sausage, caramelized onions, and spinach. YUM!
To print a pdf version of this recipe, click here.
Happy Foodie Friday!