Tuscan Roma Pizza

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

This week for our "Guest Contributor" I'm so happy to have one of my Foodie Friends, Jenny, share with us her recipe for Tuscan Roma Pizza. 

If you're a follower of mine on Facebook, then you'll know that our family eats homemade pizza at least once a week...usually on Saturday nights. When I saw Jenny's recipe for Tuscan Roma Pizza, I knew we had to share it here and quickly invited her to be a Guest Contributor this week.





Hello everyone! I'm Jenny from "In the Kitchen with Jenny" and I am delighted to share my grilled pizza recipe here on Walking on Sunshine this week!



Tuscan Roma Pizza


Ingredients:

  • Your favorite Pizza Crust or my grilled pizza dough that has been made ahead and frozen
  • One 1/2 recipe of Garlic Cream Sauce
  • Fresh Spinach leaves
  • Thinly sliced Roma Tomatoes
  • Fresh mozzarella or other Italian blend cheese, shredded
  • Grilled chunks of chicken (optional)

Directions:
Preheat pizza stone in an oven at 450 degrees.  Spread the sauce onto the pizza crust...



Place spinach leaves down, use as much or little as you like. I tore the stems off mine so they weren't chewy...

Layer sliced tomatoes...


If you are using chicken, layer that next.  True "Tuscan Roma Pizza" does not have chicken, but my husband likes a little meat on his pizza... 


Next add the mozzarella.  I use fresh mozzarella... 


Once the pizza is assembled, slide it onto the hot stone and cook for about ten minutes.  Slide back onto flat cookie sheet.  Allow to cool a bit before cutting.  Enjoy!



Thanks so much Jenny for sharing your delicious recipe with us.  


Please be sure to visit Jenny's BLOG for her recipe 

for homemade grilled pizza dough 

and her recipe for 



And don't forget to visit Jenny's Facebook page HERE and 
share some Walking on Sunshine LOVE with her! 


3 comments :

  1. Thanks for sharing my pizza and garlic cream sauce recipes my FFF friend!!

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  2. I love Jenny's pizza, the garlic cream sauce sounds delicious. Pinned/shared.

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  3. Oh my goodness, is there anything better than fresh pizza?

    Blessings, Catherine.

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