How to make it

  • Place a layer of foil on the pan of broiler (overhead grill). Lay one pita per person on top.
  • In a small saucepan, mix diced tomatoes, balsamic vinegar, and garlic, bringing to a low simmer.
  • Dash in herbs, salt, and pepper, to taste. Leave on very low heat to keep warm.
  • Slice and chop meat and vegetables.
  • Spread simmered tomato sauce over each pita. Scatter a thin layer of mozzarella cheese ontop.
  • Arrange toppings over pitas, feeling free to pile them up high.
  • Scatter another small bit of mozzarella over each pita to help secure the mounded toppings. Press down lightly.
  • Broil under medium heat, carefully rotating pitas half-way through to brown the crust evenly.
  • Serve once cheese is browned and bubbly on top.
  • Add a big salad, a light coleslaw, or fried zucchini to this yummy dish.
  • [COMPARE! A Pizza Hut personal 6" supreme pizza has 720 Cals; 34g Fat (11 Saturated); 1830mg Sodium; 70g Carbs; 8g Sugar; 32g Protein]
  • Nutrition for one 6" Lazy Night Pizza: 391 Cals; 14.5g Fat; 6.8g Saturated Fat; 39.7mg Cholesterol; 949mg Sodium; 44.1g Carbs; 3.5g Dietary Fiber; 4.4g Sugars; 20.8g Protein; 23% Vitamin A; 35% Calcium; 45% Vitamin C; 15% Iron
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  • razorfamilyfarms 14 years ago
    Sounds wonderful! You've always been a great cook, sis. I know this will be good! I'm printing it out now!

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