Unfortuately, I forgot to take a picture of the pizza when it came out of the oven, so here is only a ‘day after’ picture. Once again, I forgot the onions. Other that that, I put purple broccoli, courgettes, capers, mushrooms and tomato-garlic sauce on the pizza and some cheese. The dough recipe can be found here.
The reason why I haven’t posted much recently is that I was away for two weeks. During that time, I stayed at a youth hostel for a few days where you could cook yourself. Being a bit skinned and not having seen any supermarkets in reasonable travelling distance, I was dependent on the local ‘free shelves’. These shelves contained what former residents had left behind for new arrivals to eat. I ended up making spaghetti with a very ‘interesting’ tomato sauce. It actually turned out alright, despite containing a weird mixture of tomato puree, dried dill, cloves, cinnamon, ginger, some Mexican chilli powder mixture, salt pepper, vegetable oil of unknown origin and spring onions (cannot remember whether I put in anything else). I offered it to two other people, and they seemed to enjoy it, too! It’s amazing what can pass as a decent pasta sauce. I just remember at one point mixing oil with different spices and passing it off as pesto 😉 Other highlights from the cupboard included millet cereal with soya milk (much healthier breakfast that I had expected!) and lots of ingredients for baking which, combined with the resident waffle iron, made for a delicious snack with maple syrup. Utter luxury from ‘waste’ for the cost of mere manual labour! 😉 Of course, I also left a few things on the shelves when I had finally located a local shop for future travellers to make stuff up with!