Vegetarian pizza is perfect for those who want to dine with taste and lightness.
You just have to make a simple dough with the flour and let it rise in a dry place.
Then add lightly fried spinach and fill the pizza with mozzarella to get a super tasty but also light and not too caloric result.
If you prefer you can also prepare vegetarian pizza without mozzarella, or add tomato, but also change vegetables if you don’t like spinach.
In fact, vegetarian pizza contains the flavors of the garden and can also be prepared with other vegetables such as peppers, courgettes, aubergines, squash or your favorite vegetables.
The one I made today is my favorite with stringy mozzarella and spinach.
To make it tastier, I added blue cheese that I had in the fridge.
You have to try the vegetarian pizza, it’s a simple and light recipe (if you don’t put blue cheese), ideal for lunch or dinner in the garden with friends.
Video recipe of the day
- DifficultyVery easy
- CostVery cheap
- Preparation time15 Minutes
- Cooking time20 Minutes
- Serving2 pizzas
I’m pretty sure you’ll eat all your vegetarian pizza, but if you have leftover you can keep it in the fridge for up to 2 days. Then reheat in the oven or microwave before eating.
The cooking times in the oven are different for each type of oven so you have to check the pizza during cooking, it could take a few minutes more or less than the timeindicated.
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