As we’ve just moved into a “furnished” apartment, we do have some basics such as a very rusty vegetable peeler and a very blunt serrated edged knife. So, we’ve had to invest in a few more (cheap) basics (given that we already have this stuff somewhere between France and Australia) for the time being.
So yesterday, having a craving for semi-homemade pizza, I went on a hunt for a simple tray that I could stick in the oven. Either I’m not looking in the right places or Frankfurt is out of trays. I found one round pizza tray for 33EUR (that almost seems like robbery to me!), which of course, I didn’t buy. But that was about it.
So after much thought (about 5 minutes), I decided to buy a muffin tray (we already have 2!). I figured I could use it to make muffins, and also put a pizza on it. It worked like a charm but we just had to remember that we couldn’t actually cut the pizza on the tray!
I have to give credit to my good friend JoeBob from Nebraska, who introduced me to the joys of pesto and feta on pizza way back in snowy Québec (yes, that’s another story)! And no, I didn’t make the pizza base (I’m too lazy and the breadmaker is in Melbourne).
Broccoli (I love broccoli)
Ready-made pesto sauce
I usually add chili flakes on to give it a bit of a kick, but unfortunately, didn’t have any.
This is what it looked like perched on the muffin tray before it went into the oven.