Tuesday night I tried making this zucchini & squash fritter recipe.
It ended up looking like this...
I really have no idea how that happened. They were just not cooking. Just burning.
There are a few fritters leftover that I haven't destroyed,
so I'll try them in the oven next time. The look so good!
Since the stench of "burn" was so strong, I needed to light a candle...
By this time it was 8:30, so I just had a glass of wine, a spoonful of peanut butter,
watched a documentary on PBS about the Royal Windsors and went to bed. Blah.
Just to clarify, even though I watch PBS, I am 34 and not 74 :) I do have to say the documentary was very good. It was about Princess (now Queen) Elizabeth's wedding.
Yesterday I read this blog and saw she replaced the red sauce
on her homemade pizza with ricotta and pesto... um, yum
So last night's dinner was far more successful than Tuesday night's!
Since I didn't have any Naan hanging around,
I used an Arnold's sandwich thin for two mini pizzas - love these.
Also wasn't sure if the ricotta would be too dry so I warmed up a side of sauce.
No need for the sauce, the ricotta and pesto together were creamy deliciousness!
My current favorite pizza toppings are broccoli, mushrooms, avocados & grape tomatoes.
Do you ever try recipes you see on other people's blogs?
How do they turn out?
What are your favorite pizza toppings?
Any good documentaries to recommend?