Pizza with Peanut Sauce and Vegetables

So I’ve already established that I love Peanut Sauce. Love, love, love it.  I took that love to new heights when I tried joining two of my favorite things: peanut sauce and pizza.  It worked so well, I’m thinking of combining some of my other favorites:

  • Chardonnay and Watermelon
  • The Soup and The Dish (RIP The Dish, you are so very missed)
  • Sleep and, well, Sleep
  • Oolong Tea and Dark Chocolate
  • Ryan Reynolds and Me (the husband and I have an ‘you’re allowed to cheat with this one person’ rule.  My person is Ryan Reyonlds.  His is Jennifer Aniston.  I’m thinking we are in for a long, faithful marriage)

Back to the pizza.  Get your head out of the Ryan Reynolds gutter.  On second though, don’t.  Stay there for a bit. When you’re ready to come back, this blog will be waiting…..

Pizza with Peanut Sauce and Veggies


1 batch pizza dough (I used this one)
1 batch Peanut Sauce
Chopped Veggies – I used carrots, red peppers, yellow peppers, white onion
Garnish Veggies – I used cilantro and green onions

1.  Make pizza dough as directed.
2. When dough is ready for baking, top with peanut sauce and chopped vegetables.
3. Bake at 450 for about 10 minutes, or until crust is starting to brown.
4.  Top with garnish vegetables and enjoy!
It was so fresh tasting.  I finished off that whole pizza in one sitting.  I suppose I’ll share it with Ryan Reynolds if he ever comes around.  Along with some watermelon Chardonnay.

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  2. Can I have this pizza and Ryan Reynolds at the same time? ;) This looks great. I used to make Thai “chicken” pizza all the time, I wonder why I haven’t done that in a couple years!

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