i too, sautéed the 2 squashes for just a few minutes. not sure they needed precooked actually. baked in oven. it was very good!! will be on my pizza list!! used ACV instead of balsamic.
Everyone in my house had seconds.
Very tasty, great smoky flavor. Baked pizza on a stone and used whole wheat crust.
Like other reviewers I did do this inside rather then on the grill, it turned out wonderfully
I also did not grill it. I used a whole wheat Boboli crust, sauted the squash and cooked in the oven according to the crust directions.
I love, love, love this pizza!! Instead of cooking it on my grill, I cooked it on my pizza cooker that sits on the counter. It seems to make the crust crunchier. I also added spinach with the basal on the crust, and shredded cheese along with the romano. This pizza is very easy to make as a quick meal, and the recipe is simple and allows you to be creative with your pizza
My family LOVED this recipe! In addition to the recipe I also sauteed some yellow onion, spinach, and fresh garlic and placed it under the layer of squash and zucchinni.. and instead of fresh tomatoes I used Bertolli marinara and topped it with mozzerella and parm cheese and fresh basil... wonderful recipe to play with!
very good. easy to make. i sauteed the vegetables on the stove and cooked the pizza in the oven, and it came out very well! (also added some sweet onions to the recipe)
The fresh herbs do make this a really yummy pizza. This was the first time I tried pecorino romano cheese and it's very salty but very good!