Zucchini-crust pizza

By | April 8, 2014

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How do you take your Pesach pizza? Matzah pizza is probably the #1 answer on that, but once you’ve had your share of matzah, zucchini-crust pizza makes a great alternative. It’s essentially a big zucchini latke, but there’s cheese in the batter for extra help with the binding, and it doesn’t involve all that oil. Actually, it doesn’t involve oil at all. And maybe if you tell your kids it’s “Pesach pizza” without mentioning the key ingredient, they’ll get in a couple servings of veggies with their sauce and cheese.

Zucchini-crust pizza is a totally fun choice for a chol hamoed meal, but I feel like I should point out that because its base is zucchinis and not bread, it’s less filling than regular pizza would be. A soup or salad should do the trick, though. Or fries … oven fries, to keep things light.


2 Comments

Miriam @ OvertimeCook on April 9, 2014 at 8:57 pm.

I’ve always wondered if I can do this with something other than cauliflower! Love it!

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Sylvia on April 9, 2014 at 9:39 pm.

Love this! The crust works really well if baked in advance. Top and bake again before serving :)

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