If you are a vegetarian and your significant other is a voracious meat eater, then there's a good chance that you're going to have a problem when you order or make pizza because you won't be able to decide on toppings. Here are some possible topping combinations that you can order that will cause your meat eater to fall in love with meatless pizza.
1. Potato Pizza
One option is for you to go to the grocery store and purchase one or two potatoes, a small onion, and a sprig of rosemary. Cut the potatoes into thin slices that will be easy to fit in your mouth even if they are on the top of a pizza already. Cut up the onions into small pieces that will not be overwhelming. Sprinkle both the onions and the potatoes on top of your unbaked pizza. Then, grind up the rosemary and sprinkle this on top of the pizza and the toppings. Finally, drizzle olive oil over the entire thing and put it in the oven to bake. This is a hearty pizza that is sure to leave any meat lover or vegetarian feeling satisfied. Put the pizza in the oven and bake it as normal.
2. Zucchini Pizza
Another great option for summer and early fall is to use zucchini to top your pizza. Zucchini will be relatively cheap during this time because it is in season. First, purchase a zucchini, a small red onion, and a handful of pistachios. Chop the zucchini into thin circles and dice the onion. Put a layer of diced onion on top of the cheese of your unbaked pizza. Then, layer the zucchini over the onions so that the entire surface of the pizza is covered in zucchini circles. Cut up the pistachios or grind them up until each is smaller than a pea. Sprinkle these on top of the zucchini. If you are worried that pistachios are going to fall off, sprinkle the same cheese that you used on your pizza on top of the pistachios. The cheese will melt and keep the pistachios from rolling down the sides of your pizza. Put the pizza in the oven and bake it as normal.
3. Fresh Tomato Pizza
Go to the store and purchase two or three medium sized tomatoes. Dice up these tomatoes so that the pieces are as small as possible and put them on top of the cheese of an unbaked pizza. Try to make sure that the tomatoes are densely packed. Then, sprinkle a second, thinner layer of cheese on top of the tomatoes. Put the pizza in the oven and bake it as normal. When you bite into this pizza, the fresh tomatoes will add a bit of moisture that will contrast with the salt in the pizza.
For more information, talk to a pizza company, like Columbus Pizza & Donair. They will have more topping combinations.