My husband and I had Uchi Pizza for lunch today, because we were both working from home.
What’s Uchi Pizza?
Well, “Uchi” means “home” (in Japanese), and as you can guess, this was made and eaten at home.
This pizza was not only homemade, but also a result of good teamwork.
My husband made the crust (the night before), and it made our kitchen smell like heaven.
The crust turned out just the way we like it.
Thin, crispy, and light, yet, still having some nice chewiness.
I used to think every meal has to contain some sort of meat or seafood.
I was so wrong!
This pizza was loaded with seasonal veggies (this time we used yellow squash, red onion, green peppers, tomato, and purple cabbage); The cabbage was sprinkled after the pizza was cooked.
And it was absolutely perfect and satisfying.
Yes, earlier I said it was a teamwork, and you may ask what was my contribution.
Well, you’re looking at it (lol).
Pistachio avocado cream.
We dotted the pizza with this beautiful cream right before serving.
This was so delicious, and it tastes so much better than cheese (vegan or not) y’all, if you ask me.
Loved our Uchi Pizza.
I’ve never been really a huge pizza fan, but I realized that I was not a huge meat/cheese pizza fan because I do LOVE this type of pizza.
My husband made some extra crusts, so we can enjoy pizza again soon.
Pistachio Avocado Cream: pistachio, avocado, soy milk, apple cider vinegar, nutritional yeast, salt, sugar
I just recently got this cute watermelon.
They were sold as “personal” watermelons.
My husband says it doesn’t mean you cannot share.
Well, doesn’t it??? (lol)