• wearegoodatthis

Pizza Gallery

Updated: Oct 29, 2019


This is a gallery of pizzas I've made to give you some ideas. You can use what is in your fridge to make all different kinds of pizza inspired by different international cuisines.


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Half sausage, spinach and mozzarella (string cheese) &

Half Mexican-inspired pizza with shrimp, cheddar/mozzarella, salsa verde and sour cream -- with homemade pizza dough!


Associated posts:

- Using frozen spinach: https://www.wearegoodatthis.com/post/sneaking-in-spinach-to-be-healthy-ugh-the-invention-rise-of-the-frozen-food-industry

- String cheese: https://www.wearegoodatthis.com/post/string-cheese-please-quesadillas-and-more

- Homemade pizza dough: https://www.wearegoodatthis.com/post/can-i-make-pizza-dough


Btw, I cooked these shrimps the day before this pizza was made. I didn't reheat the shrimp. I just put them on from out of the fridge. I didn't reheat the shrimps because that would overcook them and make them tougher; I prefer the texture to be good. It doesn't bother me that they are cold compared to the rest of the food. I also do this with meat like beef or pork. If I'm eating leftovers, a lot of times I prefer to eat them cold because microwaving them or reheating it can make it tough.



Shrimp with buffalo sauce, Roquefort and spinach on homemade pizza dough





Quick & Easy French Bread pizza w/ Fresh Mozzarella

https://www.wearegoodatthis.com/post/quick-easy-french-bread-pizza-w--fresh-mozzarella





Greek-inspired pizza with shrimp, spinach, artichoke, feta, mozzarella and marinara


I got a little artichoke and feta from the salad bar at the grocery store. That's one of the little tricks I wrote about before.


https://www.wearegoodatthis.com/post/salad-bar-for-ingredients


BBQ Chicken (Rotisserie chicken) pizza with cheddar and spinach

I used a little BBQ sauce instead of marinara for the sauce.




Shrimp with mozzarella (string cheese) and marinara



Sausage, Pepper and Onions w/ String Cheese





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