Pizza is versatile and handy. It can be picked up and eaten with the fingers, conveniently delivered to homes or eaten from a plate in a restaurant. Wherever pizza is prepared, it is influenced by local preferences and ingredients. Pizza is one of the world’s most popular dishes with countless variations. Despite the many differences, however, there is one thing which all pizzas the world over have in common: cheese. It’s the one crucial defining ingredient.
Roll out the dough in a round shape about 25 cm in diameter, brush with tomato sauce and spread 60 g of Oldenburger Mozzarella on top. Then distribute the zucchini, broccoli and green asparagus and spread another 30 g of Oldenburger Mozzarella on top. Season with oregano and bake in an oven preheated to 330°C for about six minutes.