OH NO-NO CHEESE PIZZETTE (proof that 2 negs make a poz)

Posted in kitchen on Sep 16, 2009

my computers down, i’m famished and craving my little home made pizza. i have 1 hour to do a little tidying up, get ready for work and make something to eat. i chop up all my favorite vegetables and am ready to top with the cheese and pop it in the oven …. i’m tasting it. into the frig for that last ingredient, OH NO !!! NO CHEESE. bummer.  i was so looking forward to this. inspecting every little space in the frig a million times, ( sometimes on the millionth look the frig genii materializes my wish, not this time).  But … my culinary muse was obviously in the neighborhood and felt me and said –  ” a cream sauce would be perfect” and so it was, ( another OH NO !!! NO MILK  in there either, no worries i did have some plain yogurt to stand in) , yum.

Makes 2 pizzettes

come and get it

come and get it



CUT, CHOP & SHRED   * shred a broccoli stalk (i buy them pre shredded),  *slice off corn from 2 cobs, (or use frozen) *1/2 cup chopped olives,  *3 cloves of garlic chopped,  *1/2 cup onion chopped,  *1 avocado,   * 3 cloves garlic minced *1/2 cup of salsa,  *cream sauce recipe below.    PUT  2 tortillas or pita rounds on a cookie sheet;  divide avocado between the 2  and evenly schmear almost to edges.    spread 1/4 cup of salsa over the avocado, then spoon the cream sauce evenly over each. divide the rest of the veggies evenly between the 2 tortillas/pitas.  i have a tendency to overload and then it’s difficult to pick up, up to you on quantities of veggies.  into the oven, broil,  (not to close to the coils)  untill slightly browned on the top and tortilla/pitas slightly brown on bottom- 2-5 minutes

bubbling cheesy like sauce

bubbling no cheese sauce

put 1 1/2 cup milk (unsweetened, non flavored, any kind:  soy, almond,  cow, or plain yogurt in a pinch),   in small pan, mix some of milk into  2 T cornstarch and 1/2 t baking soda till all dissolved, put all back in pan,  mix in 1 T oil, 1/4 cup brewers yeast,  2t soy sauce,  season with paprika, garlic powder, pizza seasoning and cook over medium heat stirring till thickened and bubbly, about 5 or 10 minutes,  pour over 2 pizzette rounds.  under broiler for 2-5 min. till lightly brown.

if you want to pick the slices up don’t overload like i always do.

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