a homemade mushroom pizza for lunch!

Katherine Evans

I live with my husband, George, in a house he created, filled with pianos. Life is long.

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A homemade mushroom pizza for lunch! If you have flour and yeast in the house with a half box of white button mushrooms, a pizza is a good choice for lunch! I modified a recipe I had for the crust, making a smaller amount which turned out to be perfect for a 12 inch round pizza pan later on.

Here it is: a) Combine 1/3 cup warm water with a heaping teaspoon of dry yeast; 1/2 tsp. salt; 2 tsp. vegetable oil, 1 cup +/- of flour. That’s it; knead it gently and let rise for about an hour. Spray the pan with PAM and spread out the crust until it reaches the edges. With a big spoon, put some pizza sauce on top, barely covering the crust. Lay on some mozzarella cheese, sliced mushrooms and freshly grated parmesan cheese. Bake at 425 for about 15-20 min. until the bottom crust is golden. Then, I turn on the broiler to finish cooking the top. Be sure to peek at the crust bottom to make sure it’s cooked enough. Place the pizza on a cutting board and cut into wedges.

This one was the best one we’ve had so far. YUM!