Subject: Potato Pizza?
From: Nikole <nikole[at]idirect.ca>
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 00:05:32 GMT
Does anybody have a recipe for Potato Pizza? A friend of my friend
brought one over one night when all came to supper. She walked in
carrying a huge rectangular potato pizza she'd just made. It didn't
upset my menu at all. They had it for an appetizer -- they have hearty
Italian appetites. It had thin sliced potatoes, rosemary, garlic(?),
zucchini. No cheese or tomato sauce. I'm not in touch with her but
would love to make it myself.
From: S & C Clark <swampclarks[at]sprint.ca>
Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2000 22:25:41 -0400
Generally potatoe pizza is made by lightly brushing your unbaked dough with
light virgin olive oil....cover pizza with very very thinly sliced potatoe
(as if for scalloped potatoes and try and use a processor they cut
thinner)....drizzle potatoe with the oil and now you can spice it up subtly
with some garlic, sliced onion (thin), rosemary is great, any other herb you
like...and sprinkle with some parmesan or preferably romano cheese
grated.....yum yum.....you can even sprinkle with a little sun dried tomatoe
here and there.....it's up to you.....improvise for various flavours....bake
as you would any other pizza....
From: barb.s.schaller[at]honeywell.com (Melba's Jammin')
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 08:09:27 -0500
"Spuddza" is a vendor at the MN State Fair; they advertised heavily on the
radio at Fair time last year and I gave it a try. Oooh, did I like it!
The one I had didn't have a red sauce but rather some sort of topping with
sour cream ? and herbs? and cheese. It was so good that I hauled my MIL
to their storefront a few weeks later.