Recipe originally posted on August 20th, 2012. Last updated on September 13th, 2015.
Sometimes I have huge failures in the kitchen.
There are times when flavorings are off, things don’t cook right, or the whole thing just seems kind of blah. These are the many (and I do mean many) meals that don’t make it up here. They stay in draft land, usually scratched out on a piece of paper. Sometimes I try and fix it, but there are also times when it just doesn’t seem right.
However, these bad meals make the good meals stand out even more. Every once in awhile I make something that I can’t believe came out of my kitchen. I hit the flavors perfectly, the meal cooks up just right, and when I take the first bite I have that moment of this is amazing. I usually do a little dance around my kitchen as I stuff my face full of whatever I made.
This pizza was one of those moments.
I remembered Alison’s potato pizza and I wanted to add a few extra flavors (like the depth that comes from roasting and goat cheese.) Each component comes together to make one killer pizza. You could even leave the goat cheese off and still have a fine flatbread (but I can’t technically call it pizza without the cheese!)
What makes this pizza so special? Roasted onions and potatoes, garlic-rosemary infused olive oil, and a perfect whole wheat crust. I devoured half of this pizza straight out of the oven (and then ate the other half for breakfast the next morning.) I highly suggest you to step out of your cheese/sauce pizza and try this one- I don’t think you will be disappointed!
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