This pizza is one my mom would make a lot when I was a kid, and I hadn’t thought about it in years. Then, a few weeks ago, I was talking to my dad, and he mentioned it as a meal he used to love. Since I’m visiting him for the weekend, it seemed like the perfect time to make it! Play around with the veggies and the cheese you use to top your pizza! Whatever you decide to substitute in or out, I hope you enjoy this rather different pizza!
Time: 30 Minutes
- Pizza Crust. Either make your own Pizza Crust, or use a premade or frozen dough.
- Imitation (or real) crab. I like the shredded imitation crab, but chunk works too.
- Red Peppers
- Cheese (I’m using a blend of fresh Parmesan and Mozzarella that I pre-cut.)
- Garlic and Oregano
- Olive Oil
- Pour a little olive oil into a bowl, and grate/microplane/press some garlic into it, and add some oregano to infuse the oil with flavour.
- Place your pizza stone in the oven, and preheat to 425 degrees F.
- Dice all of your veggies.
- When the pizza stone and oven are hot, pull your stone out of the oven, put your pizza crust/dough on the stone, and brush the top of the crust with your olive oil.
- Place your veggies and crab on top of the crust
- Add your cheese
- Bake for about 15-20 minutes until your crust meets your desired level of crispiness.
- Plate, devour, and enjoy!