Once you get the Basic Pizza Dough prepared (see post above), you are instructed to proceed to the topping recipe of your choice. I decided to try the "EBAP (Everything But Animal Products) Pizza" (p.130) first. The recipe has you roll out the prepared dough, spread it over a 12" round pizza pan, and spread one tablespoon of oil over the top of the dough. Since my oven can't handle that size pan, I used two rectangular cookie sheets. I could probably have just used one cookie sheet, but I prefer a thinner crust, and the recipe provided enough dough to cover two. I omitted the oil altogether.
The rest of the recipe consists of adding a layer of pizza sauce, and the EBAP toppings of your choice. For our pizza I chose mushrooms, onions, bell peppers (all three sautéed first), olives, and artichoke hearts. I had a package of vegan mozzarella style cheese I wanted to try, so I added this as well. I'm wishing now I had left it off, or at least used a little less. The flavor and texture seemed to dominate the other ingredients, but I didn't realize this would happen since I had not used this cheese before. Also, the baking time of 12 minutes wasn't long enough, and I had to put the pizza back in for another 15 minutes. Maybe my oven? But I like my pizza very hot and the crust crispy so could just be me.
Other than that, this was a good veggie pizza, food I never seem to tire of. I had chopped fresh tomatoes, red pepper flakes, and vegan parmesan sprinkles to add at the table. I rounded out the meal with a tossed green salad. Good Saturday night eats!