We were lucky ebough to first try this allotment pizza at Blenheim palace. As soonas we tasted it we knew we had to replicate it at home. It can be hard to find a decent vegetrain pizza if you don’t want just a plain boring margarita but this hits the spot.
You can adapt the recipe to whats in your fridge but it’s the goats cheese, nuts and beetroot that make it for me.
If you’ve meat eaters in the family, throw on a bit of salami to finish.
You can of course make your own pizza base (this recipe is fab for one) but honeslty, who often has time for that. We used the Tesco ready pizza dough. You just pop it traight on your baking tray, prick some holes in it with a fork and add your topping. Super simple and a good one for making pizzas with the kids.
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Grease a baking sheet and place your pizza dough flat on it. Spread the tomaoe puree and pesto suace over your base
Spirnkele over all other ingredients exept the nutes and spinach
Place in the oven for 10-15 minutes
Remove from the oven and immediately sprinkle ver your nuts and spinach. The spinach should strat to wilt a little form the heat