Over the weekend, we had some man food. Sort of.
By man food, I mean we had pizza and wings. By "sort of", I mean we had veggie Italian pizza and wings. My husband informed me that "man food" pizza would have been a meatbusters pizza. I'm sure that's quite true, so I guess our pizza isn't quite man food... but it's close enough, right? Right?!?
Anyway, I used the Pillsbury thin crust. Preheated at 500 deg F while I chopped up some onion, bell pepper, tomatoes, mushrooms, and mozzarella. I sprayed the pizza crust with some olive oil spray and baked for a few minutes until lightly golden. Spread tomatoes first, then all the other veggies. Top with cheese (we used a mixture of sliced provologne, fresh mozzarella chunks, and shaved parmesan). Bake until melty and golden.
I had bought the wings on sale at Sunflower Market, so all we had to do for those was stick them in the oven at 500 deg F for a few minutes, flip once, and eat when they're hot! EASY AS PIE. Only there was no pie. Sad times.
We approximated the wings at 85 calories each, and 1/8 of the pizza (the slice pictured) as 204 calories. Blame it on the excess of cheese. Later, I had another slice as a snack. The best way to reheat pizza for a snack is to stick it on a pie pan and bake at a hot temperature until it's warmed up... no more gooey or hard-as-rock crust!
What are your favorite pizza toppings?