Sunday, September 27, 2009

Recipe: Last Night's BBQ Remade as Pizza

Fall weather is upon us, so our family is trying to squeeze in a few BBQ's before the summer truly slips away.  Never mind that it has already officially ended.

Last night, we enjoyed a BBQ of grilled burgers, green and red peppers, summer squash, and the sweetest of the sweet corn.

Tonight, we remade the leftovers into a lovely quick pizza.  Here's the recipe (and if you're new to Ithaca's Food Web, consider these recipes merely a source of inspiration.  You'll rarely find specific quantities or instructions).

Last Night's BBQ, Remade as Pizza

-Buy a par-baked pizza crust (a well known local bakery carries them).
-Make a pizza sauce: saute garlic and onions, add tomatoes, sugar, salt and pizza seasonings (such as oregano, basil, and just the right amount of red pepper flakes).
-Preheat oven to 400F.
-Slice up the grilled veggies, cut the corn off the cob, and crumble the cooked hamburger.
-Put sauce and toppings on pizza crust.
-Add cheese, such as grated parmesan and dollops of goat cheese.
-Bake at 400F for 15 minutes.



  1. There should be a reaction box to check called "ho-yum"!

  2. Ha! Forget Rachel Ray's "Yumm-o" -- I'm going to take your suggestion and start saying "ho-yum!"