Alright, so this recipe is of my own little creation (which is probably why it looks and sounds so amateur), and mostly came about for three of the following reasons:
1. I had zucchini leftover from last night’s dinner and have always wondered what it would be like to grate it (it’s really quite fun, if you’ve never tried it, I recommend it!);
2. I accidentally ended up with three red onions in my cooking arsenal, and had nothing to do with them;
3. I was REALLY craving pizza
With the above reasons in mind, I made this “red onion, grated zucchini and shaved ham pizza.” Yes, it’s a mouthful, but it is difficult to think of appetizing food names at 12:30 in the morning! Give me a break. Must stop blogging into the wee hours of the night.
Also important to note: this is the first time EVER I have eaten pizza with any sort of vegetable on it. I know what you’re thinking… “that Hilary is such a daring rule-breaker!” Try to refrain from the praise, please. Okay, so if the pictures look kind of lame, as in it looks like there are very few vegetables – please just take a step back and remember that I am new with the whole veggie loving thing. I promise to include more next time.
In the meantime, I’m upgrading from my usual ham and cheese sandwiches and taking leftovers for work. Yes, all 3/4 of the remaining pizza. Co-workers, you will be fed.