Have you ever had a feta broccoli pizza before? Explore different pizza toppings and you just might find a new favorite!
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This pizza is a new favorite. I first had it when my Sister-in-Law Kate ordered it while I visited them when they still lived in Boston and I was skeptical at first, but was instantly proven otherwise. Who knew broccoli and feta were such delicious pizza toppings?
Obviously that meant I had to recreate it at home, especially since the pizza stone is one of my most used tools in the kitchen. I even bought a bigger one for when I want extra large sized pizzas! But this one is just regular medium sized, serving 2-3 people.
The first time I made it I used my traditional pizza crust but I love it even more with my whole wheat thin crust! Feel free to use whichever you prefer or even a sourdough crust if you have a starter. Heck it might even be good on a cauliflower crust too.
I could keep going because I honestly have made a lot of different types of pizza crust!
There is also a healthy dose of garlic on this pizza, so if you are concerned about your breath in close quarters you might want to cut down the garlic a bit, but I personally wouldn’t because I like it the way it is too much. Thank goodness my partner also is a garlic lover!
Life would be much less delicious without all that garlic. Who’s with me??
Post updated 1/7/21, photo above is the original.
- Place pizza stone * on middle rack and allow to preheat in the oven to 450 degrees, for at least 30 minutes.
- Roll out pizza dough and transfer to a pizza peel*, sprinkled with cornmeal. Spread on the pizza sauce followed by garlic, feta cheese, broccoli and pizza cheese.
- Transfer to the pizza stone (without removing from the oven) and bake for 15-20 minutes, or until the crust starts to turn golden and the cheese starts to bubble.
* Don't have a pizza stone/peel? Just prepare on a regular baking sheet (do not pre-heat in oven). Baking time may vary
Source: The Spiffy Cookie original
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