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Thanks beaucoup for a wonderful recipe. I’ve prepared it exactly as you’ve posted it, and have also riffed on it by adding crumbled brined feta, sliced oil-cured kalamata olives, and thinly sliced shallots. Another version popular around our table involves lightly spreading basil/Parm/pignoli pesto and topping with the marinated chokes and spinach, adding crumbled fresh goat cheese, sliced ripe Campari tomatoes, and then sliced green onion after it emerges from the onion. Love your recipe!
Eating this as I write. Delicious, and it actually looked like the photos here! I will be making it again for sure. I squeezed the spinach after wilting to get out extra moisture. And I used canned artichoke hearts because it’s what I had on hand. I don’t think it affected the taste at all.
Made the homemade dough in the link, and it’s replacing my previous no-knead pizza dough.
Every Simply Recipes recipe I’ve tried has come out well. Thanks for another great one!
This sounds delicious — but I have 3 cookie sheets& none of them measure to 13 by 18 even the largest jelly roll doesn’t –would this be a problem ? I always make my pizza dough not sure how much it weighs— but has 1 1/2 cups flour plus 2T- with pkg yeast and 1/2 cup plus 2 T hot water — makes a great round when I make pizza– want to make this if any of my pans will work does it matter ?
Hi, Susan! Go ahead and use the largest sheet pan you have. Your dough might end up being a little thicker than in this recipe (and you might end up with some leftover topping), but it should bake and, more importantly, TASTE just fine! It also sounds like your pizza dough recipe is about the same as ours on Simply Recipes, so I think it should work. Let us know how it goes!
I made it last night improvised with smaller jelly roll pan & it came out great — I think the end were thinner and I liked that part better thicker in middle –maybe spread the dough thinner or use less or maybe 2 -pans — not sure what my dough weighs – I need scales – but will make it again because we like this sort of pizza thanks for sharing your recipe.
Hooray! That’s so great to hear. Really glad you liked the recipe.
Would bagged frozen artichoke hearts work if they were thawed and drained?
Thawed, drained artichoke hearts will definitely work! They will not be seasoned like marinated artichoke hearts, so your pizza might turn out a bit less flavorful.
This is so genius! I never thought to make pizza on a pan! Thank you of the inspiration!
This is awesome! Made it today for my pool partying folks and everyone loved it! Ran out to the store, got everything I needed, easy! Done in no time and GONE in no time, lol! Thank you!
I’m so glad you enjoyed it!