Dr.’d Up Confetti Pizza
This isn’t a recipe so much as it is a method. This is easy and delicious if you need something fast, fresh tasting and vitamin rich. Oregano is a healthy ingredient. I’ve read that it has anti bacterial and disease fighting qualities.
Buy a frozen cheese pizza, the frozen disk of dough is the perfect base to stand up to a bunch of diced veggies without turning soggy or breaking apart.
Using the tip of a butter knife, remove as much of the cheese as possible, letting it fall onto a large plate . (This cheese goes back on top, so don’t worry)
Dice as many vegetables as you like. I usually use red or yellow bell peppers, zucchini, mushrooms, crushed garlic, fresh chopped basil, and any kind of tomatoes, cherry tomatoes cut in half work great for this. Drizzle the veggies with a little olive oil. Season with salt and pepper. Add a big pinch of oregano and a pinch of basil. Toss and put it all on top of the pizza, piled high.
Put the cheese back on, along with any extra cheese you might want, like Parmesano Reggiano.
Bake according to package, but since there are so many extra ingredients, lower the oven temp by 20 degrees, so the crust doesn’t burn before the veggies cook. And maybe cook for an extra 5-10 minutes or so, keep an eye on it.
Be careful not to burn the roof of your mouth (like I did yesterday) when you take the first bite.