This was way too easy. At present, I am dieting (this is an on again, off again thing with me). But I am not depriving myself of things I love. I am just consuming them, as mom would say, in moderation. So I made this delicious Naan bread pizza that I found in a magazine, and this yummy delish salad that I saw at a salad bar. And here you have it. Delicious.
It started with sauted spinach and mushrooms, cooked in a garlic basting oil…
I whipped up a little home made sauce, spread that on the Naan bread – which is something new to me – tossed the spinach and mushroom over it, and topped it with fresh mozzarella. A little sea salt and freshly ground pepper, then into the oven at 425 degrees.
The salad is simple. Romaine hearts, cut length-wise and then use your imagination. Olives, feta, tomatoes, roasted peppers, peppers – you decide. I like a fig balsamic vinegar drizzled on top, but that is also your call.
After about 15 long, L-o-n-g minutes, voila!
Oh! Don’t forget the Yuengling – your choice, of course :-). That’s not part of the diet, but, everything in moderation :-D.
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mmmh… I get hungry!
That with a little Italian music in the background? Ahhhh! 🙂
Mmmmm! Just my speed. Easy, and delicious! Did you say healthy too? Woo-hoo!
Sooooo good. Although I’m sure I should have just eaten half. Didn’t happen 😉
Truly Delicious my friend thanks for sharing your dish 🙂
Yummy – I´m hungry now 🙂
VERY yummy. 🙂
This looks beautiful and healthy. I mean – it ain’t CrackerBarrel blueberry pancakes, but yeah, it’s definitely the way a person should eat. Plus I love the plates!
Don’t even get me started with those Family Dollar plates. LOL
CrackerBarrel! That is my favorite place for road trip breakfast. Talk about going OFF a diet. There is nothing diet about that place! 🙂
That looks wonderful. I could diet with that!
I wish I could share :-D.
This is just my perfect kind of food!!! I love every ingredient! It reminds me a bit of Italian food! 😀
Well, I’m Italian, so…
Thanks for the visit, ioanna.
Now i like you even more!!!!!!! 😀
Oh yes! Who said eating healthy food could not be delicious!
I must say, I enjoyed the heck outta this :-).
That is was!:-).
I’m dieting, too and this theme is making it difficult!
I – HEAR – YOU!!!!
If you can stand to just eat half, it wasn’t so bad, calorie wise, but I didn’t have to fortitude!
Thanks for stopping by, mara.
Looks so delicious! Beautiful presentation! 🙂
Thanks, Amy. It was delish!!!!
This looks very yummy, Gemma. I would leave out the bread, and eat the topping and the salad. 🙂
That’s why you look stunning and I’m always dieting. Bread. Downfall. Duh and UGH!
Nix the olives and I am coming to your house for dinner Gemma
No olive?! Well like I said, your choice, but oh man! My sister and I used to put black olives on each of our fingers when we were kids, then pluck them off one by one and start again. I hadn’t thought about that in a while. Funny. I hope you find a yummy substitute.
Sundried tomatoes? Peppers? Raisins?
You are welcome any time, Jo. 🙂
That looks like perfection on a plate (and also in a bottle, beside :P) (Now my tummy’s grumbling!)
It was pure delish. 😆
Melted Mozarella…yum…the secret to many a delicious sandwiches :-P.
My feelings exactly. 😆
Thanks for the visit, edwin.
Delicious! Naan Bread Pizza with the veggies looks so , so good. That is a great way to diet. You inspired me to do the same. I exercise but I love to eat. Much as it hurts me, I have to control my appetite.
I hear you! I’ve reached the age of ‘I have to watch everything that passes my lips’. BLAH!
I’m glad I stopped by again… This is delicious looking. Yummy! 😉
That it was, Elizabeth. That it was :-D.