Saturday, July 30, 2011

Pizza Paneer Truck



Whaddya know? The paneer works really nicely on pizza. This dough is made with a bit of my new untested sourdough starter made with some wheat I grew in a pot out back. It's now raising its very first bread. On top is the paneer from earlier this week, halved little yellow tomatoes, pickled okra (I think one of the best batches I've ever made) some leftover ratatouille mostly zucchini, walnuts. I think that's it. No sauce. Some sage and basil from the garden. I think a $20 pizza at the very least. I wonder if you could sell this from a truck. Maybe with rose in summer. And instead of a kiddy tune, you pipe some Cole Porter. I'd come a running.

5 comments:

lostpastremembered said...

No, you grew the wheat? That is amazing.

Ken Albala said...

Yes, oddly enough, I picked a handful of ripe grains last fall in Finland, planted them in a pot and harvested this spring. I barely got more than I planted, about a cup, but it was fun. And very easy.

Maya said...

I want to eat at your house! That pizza is amazing!!!

Ken Albala said...

Maya, You're invited any time.

Johanna said...

that looks awesome!