W is for White Bean Pizza

September 26th, 2013 2:12 pm by Kelly Garbato

W is for White Bean Pizza [Vegan on the Cheap] (0005)

Tuscan White Bean Pizza, that is! This recipe’s courtesy of Robin Robertson’s Vegan on the Cheap, which I’ve owned forever but haven’t had much occasion to use yet. (Seriously, I’ve accumulated enough cookbooks at this point that I could cook from them once a day for the rest of my life and never run out of new recipes. It’s a wonderful problem to have, anyway.)

Both the dough and pizza recipes are super-simple: the white sauce is all of five ingredients (salt and pepper excluded) and the dough, even less. My only modification was to double the sauce; one batch hardly seemed sufficient to cover a pizza. I figured that, if I got stuck with any leftovers, I could always use ’em as a dip. Also, I ran the mashed white beans through a food processor for an ultra-creamy sauce; the hand masher just wasn’t doing the job.

On another note: there are just a few days – and letters – left. Any bets on what I’m making tomorrow?

 
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One Response to “W is for White Bean Pizza”

  1. The Peace Patch Says:

    You can never have too many cookbooks! :)
    That pizza looks so spinningly delicious…it reminds me of eating cold leftover pizza in the morning when I was a kid. Super thick crusts, way too much cheese and salt but so good. I love this vegan version!
    Happy Hug A Vegan Day!

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