Have you ever tried Pizza Bianco? Are you wondering what in the world it is? It’s white pizza, or, in other words, sauceless pizza. This is not your ordinary pizza recipe. Not only is this a healthy pizza recipe, this pizza bianco will start a party in your mouth, it’s so good! You will feel like you are eating at a gourmet Italian café!
Do you want to know the secret? There are two: feta cheese and homemade Italian dressing. Yep, on this white pizza recipe, feta is what adds a burst of flavor. Even if someone in your family doesn’t ordinarily like feta, they might on this white pizza recipe. It’s super easy to prepare, and I have found it to be a great “company” meal.
This pizza bianco recipe is a result of me playing around with a few recipes to create this yummy feta-licious pizza and we have all been happy with the results!
Homemade pizza dough (the easy whole wheat bread recipe I use)
Homemade Italian Dressing (the recipe for Italian salad dressing mix I use)
1 green pepper, diced
1 red pepper, diced
2 green onions (scallions), diced
16 oz. organic mozzarella cheese (If you can find raw mozzarella, this is ideal!)
½ c feta cheese
Handful of raw spinach leaves, optional
1 small tomato, diced, optional
cooked bacon, optional (this makes it extra tasty!!)
- Preheat oven to 425.
- Sprinkle a pizza stone or pan with cornmeal or flour. Roll out pizza dough.
- Top dough with as much or as little Italian dressing as you prefer. I use about 2-4 tablespoons.
- Layer pizza with half of the mozzarella cheese, peppers and onions, and then remaining mozzarella cheese.
- Sprinkle feta on top and add spinach and tomatoes if desired.
- Bake in oven for 10-15 minutes or until cheese is golden brown and bubbly.
My family devours this pizza, and I have never had anyone who has tried it say they didn’t like it! I have not found any other pizza recipes that even compare to this one.
If you try this pizza bianco recipe, please let me know how you like it and how it stacks up against other white pizza recipes you may have tried in the past!
This post is part of Tasty Tuesday Parade of Food.