Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Supreme Vegan

Honestly, I don't really remember what comes on a supreme pizza. I was always a cheese, olive, and bell pepper girl in my pregan days. But I'd like to call last night's creation a Vegan Supreme Pizza, whether it really is or not:

It tasted pretty supreme to me! I piled melty mozzarella Teese (thanks daddy!), Yves pepperoni slices, bell pepper, black olives, and cremini mushrooms atop on a homemade whole wheat crust. Pure comfort food!

The crust — my go-to pizza recipe — comes from Vegan with a Vengeance. I always sub whole wheat pastry flour for the all-purpose though. And I typically make Isa's basic pizza sauce from VwaV as well. But this time, I realized I forgot to buy tomato sauce. Luckily, I had a half-jar of kalamata olive bruschetta spread in the fridge. It made for a tasty pizza topper in place of traditional tomato sauce.

24 comments:

Mama Pea said...

Yum! What type of vegan cheese do you use? I am still on a quest for the perfect non-cheese.

Mama Pea said...

Umm...yeah, I'm a moron and just realized you said Teese. Sorry.

Devan Geselle. N said...

vegan pizza
amazze!

Jeni Treehugger said...

It looks supreme too!
:)

Whitney @ Lettuce Love said...

Vegan + pizza = fabulous

Tom Scholfield said...

This looks amazing, last Friday my wife and I made an amazing pineapple and fake Canadian bacon Hawaiian pizza, it was amazing. We got a multi-grain dough from Whole Foods, which was perfect.

The Voracious Vegan said...

Pure gorgeousness! There is nothing better than a good ol' slice of vegan pizza, is there???

The Ordinary Vegetarian said...

I own VwaV, but haven't tried the pizza crust.. now I'm just going to have to cause this looks amazing!

Breedale said...

That looks so freakin' awesome!!!

Jen said...

i'm too lazy to make crust from scratch. i pay $2 and get pizza dough that i know is vegan from a local pizzeria.

cookingforaveganlover said...

Yum! the tomato sauce replacement sounds great!

jessy said...

i think your pizza is most supreme & most yummy looking, Bianca! hooray for lots of Teese & all those deeeeeelicious toppings! yum! gotta love a rock’n whole wheat crust, too – and i love that ya made up for the missing sauce with the leftover olive bruschetta spread. nice!

miss v said...

sometimes i'm a one-ingredient kind of pizza girl, and sometimes i like it loaded. rockin'!

Diana said...

"Supreme" is the only way to eat pizza, if you ask me! :D

pixiepine said...

Yum- it looks pretty!

Sophia.Pflieger said...

I love Yves pepperoni slices they are so tasty! Teese looks good, I'll have to suck it up and order some sometime soon!
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Trinity (of haiku tofu) said...

Yum! I've never had a vegan cheese pizza. I always just use hummus. I need to try some of this Teese stuff-- I can only find vegan rella and follow your heart at my local market.

JohnP said...

good lord. we now have a pizza place in Nashville that has Teese. we are going in the very near future. Italia Pizza on Woodland if you are in town.

rabbitfood said...

Yum! I haven't made pizza in a long time but this post is quite inspiring. Well done lady!

Sheridanna said...

YUMMY!

Megan said...

See, I broiled mine and it just firmed up again in like, 30 seconds and fell off the pizza. You have the magic touch.

Debra said...

It looks sooo good. I wish I could find teese cheese locally!
Debra @ Vegan Family Style
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Cyn said...

That pizza looks sooooo good. Using the olive spread is genius!

Erin said...

Looks so good! I always wanted supreme pizza as a kid. I think I'd add onions and sausage too and then it'd be perfect.