May 10, 2010

Spinach and Feta Greek Pita Pizza

Photobucket{printable recipe here}
You Want Pies with That is back {they were actually back last month but I had a big old cast- now I'm chopping and cooking again, so I guess we're both back}! This month's theme is Pizza. It's a sad, sad truth that I love pizza but my Tall Man, Mr. Carbohydrate himself, doesn't eat tomatoes (or much dairy) which pretty much eliminates most pizzas from our regular dining. Nonetheless, I snap up any opportunity to enjoy a piece, which usually happens when I take little man to Costco. But, in an attempt to please my taste buds and my Tall Man's obnoxious and ornery stomach, we have Spinach and Feta Greek Pita Pizzas. Whew. The title is pretty much longer than the prep. And please tell me there's some, beloved food you don't make because of your husband. I'd feel better.

See my previous (albiet long ago) Pies with That Posts here (including my favorite "Emma Hearts Knightley Pie" that won the very first month). And lastly- I need to give a shout out to my new favorite pan, making it's first appearance on my blog. It's my first and only All Clad pan and I got it for three bucks at Goodwill. I was a little excited, as you might guess. Even my Tall Man was excited when I told him I'd saved close to 200 bucks, haha (not that I would have spent the 200, but getting the goods for nothing counts as saving, right? Right?)

PhotobucketSpinach and Feta Greek Pita Pizza
from Anne Strawberry
{printable recipe here}

2 onions, finely diced
1/2 bag baby spinach, roughly chopped (don't stress over the amount- I just used what I had on hand)
5 cloves of garlic, roughly chopped
kosher salt, pepper, and oregano
4 pitas
1/3 cup crumbled feta (read more here for brands we like)

Over medium heat, cook onions in olive oil for 5 minutes. Stir in spinach and garlic and cook, stirring occasionally, until everything is soft and carmelized. Add seasoning to taste and spread 1/4 of the mixture over each pita. Top with a little feta and a sprinkle of paprika and broil for two or three minutes, until slightly browned. Remove, cut, and serve.

Note- if you prefer a nice, crispy crust (like my mom, I'll be honest- I like soft or mushy food as my family would say) carefully place the prepared pizza straight onto the oven rack- but be sure to put a baking sheet below just in case something spills!


  1. This sound quite delish!! Looks good too;)

  2. I about fainted when I read your comment about your AC find! That's so great. I have pined for those pans for years. Congratulations.

  3. We love Mediterranean foods and this looks delish. If it makes you feel better: I can't cook anything sweet that uses cream cheese (like cheesecake) unless I plan on eating it myself. James thinks cheese is purely a savory item.

  4. Mmm, awesome! Sort of like spanikopita in a pizza! Love the flavor combo here.

  5. Your pizza looks beautiful! I'm sure those flavors brightened up your non-tomato, non-dairy eating man :)

  6. This looks amazing! So simple yet so delicious. Thanks so much for sharing. :)

  7. I love Greek Pizza--how come I never thought of doing it on a pita?! Must. try. Thank you!

  8. Oh oh oh...this looks amazing!!!