Do You Smell What the Chef is Cooking?: The Recipes of Selected Pizzas

Are you tired of the same old types of pizza? Are you ready to try something a little different? There are a limitless number of possibilities available. Here are a few examples.

 

 

“White Pizza” by James Theopistos

Have your pizza California style! Try a recipe for the pizza that uses a variety of white cheeses rather than tomato sauce. In this recipe, you will need Mozzarella, Provolone and Parmesan. For a full list of ingredients and directions, be sure to check out the Bibliography page, which will have a direct link to the recipe.

“Mexican Pizza” by Teresa Johnson

Give your pizza a Mexican flavor! Rather than the traditional pizza toppings, use toppings such as refried beans, sour cream, salsa, taco seasoning mix and other ingredients that would be found south of the Border. Pile the ingredients on a pizza crust and bake. For a full list of ingredients and directions, be sure to check out the Bibliography page, which will have a direct link to the recipe.

“Seafood Pizza” by Robbie Haferkamp

Here's a totally different kind of pizza to try. Rather than pepperoni and sausage, this recipe requires crab and shrimp, along with pineapple, mushrooms and cheddar cheese. For a full list of ingredients and directions, be sure to check out the Bibliography page, which will have a direct link to the recipe.

Of course, these are just a few suggestions. Pizza allows the maker to improvise with ingredients. This holds especially true for health-based pizzas such as Veggie Pizzas, where a wide assortment of vegetables may be used by the chef.

“There's a pizza place near where I live that sells only slices. In the back you can see a guy tossing a triangle in the air.”- Steven Wright, comedian