Our pizza toppings included:
- Mushroom Red Wine Tomato Sauce (from a jar - a brand that was purchase on impulse, and will be purchased again in the future with intent: Bove's)
- minced garlic
- diced shallots
- diced onion
- fresh organic white mushrooms
- roasted red peppers
- dried oregano
The dough recipe yielded extra dough. The author suggests to split the dough evenly among 6 pieces for 6 individual pizzas. I split mine into 3 separate pieces; I froze the other two pieces in Ziplock bags for a rainy day. NMcL commented on my pizza and said "Whoa, how did you get your crust so thin?!" She also enjoyed a nibble of my leftover pizza at lunch the following afternoon. The other night, DP and I were talking pizza dough and we both commented on how whole grain pizza dough, albeit healthier, is just not the same as traditional white crust pizza dough. Playing with the proportions, say 3/4 white flour and 1/4 whole wheat, or 50-50 may or may not be something I experiment with the future. Emphasis on maybe not...
I am wondering why the author suggested that the all-purpose flour be chilled. I skipped this minor detail and used room-temperature flour, which did not seem to negatively affect the outcome of the recipe.
No big deal or anything but in terms of assembly, it might make more sense to lay the fresh spinach down prior to the other toppings, or saute the spinach in a little olive oil beforehand.