In my house, we rarely order pizza. I make my own homemade pizza and although some people look at me like I'm a Martian, I must confess that for me making pizza is as easy as making arepas (that's my daily bread). Invariably, I make Margherita pizza for my kids and I get creative with pizzas for the adults--like this delicacy with Serrano ham, fig jam and arugula that I shared last week, or the pizza that I'm sharing with you today which, by the way, is one of my favorites.

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For this particular pizza, I make the dough mixing equal parts of unbleached flour and whole-wheat flour. Usually I have my own homemade tomato sauce, but it works if you use canned tomatoes, garlic and some fresh basil leaves. Look at the pictures for the step-by-step process.

For more of my recipes, please visit my cooking blog.

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Whole-wheat pizza with artichokes, black olives and red onion tastes like summer!

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Ingredients for 2 medium pizzas

Ingredients for 2 medium pizzas

1 no kneading pizza dough recipe (here I tell you how to do it)
1/2 cup tomato sauce
1/2 cup crumbled goat cheese
1 cup artichoke hearts in water, cut into 4
1/2 cup black olives pitted and sliced
2/3 cup red onion, julienne
2/3 cup mozzarella, shredded
1 can anchovy fillets in olive oil
Cornmeal for pizza paddle

About the author

Enriqueta is a journalist that went from the newsroom to the world of public relations and 6 years ago discovered the beauty of creating content for various companies. She is based in South Florida, and is the creator of Savoir Faire The Pleasures of the Palate, a blog that marries two of her passions: writing and cooking. 

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