Pizza-- In a bowl!

Do you ever wish you could eat a pizza-- with a fork??  Maybe you wish you could eat a pizza with...

Do you ever wish you could eat a pizza-- with a fork?? 
Maybe you wish you could eat a pizza without dough? Maybe even without tomato sauce? Well it seems like I am not really describing pizza at all anymore, and I guess I'm not, because I'm talking about the Pizza Bowl from Isa Does It


I've made this and dozens of recipes from this book many times. This one is a favorite. It doesn't require you knead dough, let said dough rise, or preheat your oven to 500ºF on a hot summer's night.


So you've got your starch, mine is brown rice, your green, mine is kale, your pizza protein, here it's seitan sausage (you can make your own, but I bought some field roast italian sausages), some red onions and garlic, because what is a pizza without garlic? All of that drowned in a sauce made of roasted red peppers and tomato paste with a couple of other things thrown in for pizza-y perfection.


Scatter a handful of olives on top with a few shakes of chili flakes, and you've got pizza-- in a bowl! What is your favorite recipe from Isa Does It? I have yet to make a few that look amazing, but only a few remain! It's definitely one of my all time favorite cookbooks.

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  1. That looks good! I hadn't noticed that recipe yet. I've only made like 3 recipes from Isa Does It, the best one being the scrambled chickpeas. So good!

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    1. I've made a ton from the soup chapter, it makes me crave soup season!

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  2. I love bowl recipes. I just finished eating Isa's gravy bowl. So far my favorite is her bowl with the peanut sauce.

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    1. I agree, the bowls are amazing! This and the citrus tahini bowl were two of my favorites.

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  3. Pizza bowl! Such a good idea! I am definitely buying Isa Does It this month!!

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  4. OMG. I need to buy this when I lift my cookbook buying moratorium. That bowl is AH mazing.

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    1. I feel you, I have so many cookbooks that I've never made a single recipe from. This one is a real winner though.

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  5. I love this recipe SO MUCH!! The sauce! The olives! The kale! The yum! I need to make it again as soon as I get home

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    1. Yess me too! Are you in the US? If you come to NYC, holler ;)

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  6. Waaah! I want that so much! I haven't cooked out of Isa Does it nearly enough because I lent it to a friend shortly after I got it (I have no idea why...?) and have only just retrieved it! The bowls chapter seems to have the most bookmarks in though.

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    1. Oh no I would never lend this one! I never seem to get my books back!

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  7. This looks simple and delish! Maybe I have to get Isa Does It after all!

    Nicole @ Vegan Nom Noms
    http://www.vegannomnoms.net

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    1. oh you have to! Trust me, it's not going to disappoint!

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  8. I was looking at this recipe just the other day - it is one I have bookmarked and looks lovely in your photo. I've made a few things from Isa Does It but need to spend more time with it (and my cookbooks generally)

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    1. Agreed. I have neglected so many of my cookbooks too. But Isa does it gets a regular workout in my kitchen :)

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