And now back to our regularly scheduled food programming :)
I've had my eye on Erin's Caramelized Onion & Sweet Potato Tart for a few weeks now, but when I got out all my ingredients to make it tonight, I realized that I had accidentally purchased puff pastry shells and not puff pastry sheets. Not wanting to make another trip to the store, I decided to make a batch of my whole wheat thin crust pizza dough and see what happened.
In short, MAGIC.
I rolled out the dough super thin, so when it cooked up it was crunchy and almost cracker-like.
I then followed Erin's recipe exactly and cooked my "pizzas" for about 8 minutes each (I use a pizza stone to get nice, crisp crust).
The flavors were so rich and warm and perfect for this cold evening. I was running low on Parmesan, but next time I'll be sure to use a heavier hand.
I had some beets from our CSA last week that were begging to be used, so I scrubbed them and tossed them in a pot of boiling water for about 30 minutes and then just served them with salt and pepper.
Brian loves beets. The bowl was half empty by the time I cut the pizzas and sat down to eat!
If you are here for the first time from FitBlogger, WELCOME! How are you cooking differently now that the seasons are changing?