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Blue Cheese Pizza


Blue Cheese Pizza



This pizza is delicious. The sauce is a homemade blue cheese and parsley cream. You could add almost any toppings that you like. I do recommend this combination though, because the flavors melt together deliciously.



1 package gluten free pizza dough
2 roma tomatoes, sliced
½ yellow onion, sliced
fresh parsley, cleaned and separated from the stems
8 oz. mozzarella cheese, cut into small pieces



4 oz. blue cheese
1 tsp. salt
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 tsp. pepper
1 c. sour cream
½ bunch fresh Italian parsley, well rinsed, separated from stems, and minced
1 c. mayonnaise




For the sauce, put all of the ingredients except the mayo in a food processor, or a blender, and blend until sooth. Pour the mixture into a bowl and fold in the mayonnaise. Cover the sauce and let it chill in the fridge. There will be extra sauce left over after making your pizza. It is a great dip for veggies, a delicious salad dressing, and even delicious with fries or potato chips.



 We are gluten free; so we use gluten free pizza dough. If this isn’t a necessity for you any sort of dough can be used. If you are lucky enough to have a Publix nearby, they carry excellent fresh pizza dough in their bakery.



Make your dough according to the directions.

Bob’s Red Mill dough requires that you bake it without toppings for seven to nine minutes before adding the toppings and then returning it to the oven for about eighteen minutes. This is a good idea with any sort of dough; it ensures that the dough will not be soggy.



For my pizzas, I used two 9 in. cake pans. Coat the pans liberally with olive oil and spread half of the dough in the bottom of each pan. After you take the crust out of the oven for the first time, cover it with ½ c. of the blue cheese sauce. Then add the cheese, tomatoes, onion, and parsley.



Bake in the oven according to the directions and allow to cool for ten minutes before serving. Enjoy!


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