Ok, so I don't think this is a casserole. Casseroles are typically baked in the oven... And, I really wanted to call it a bake, but also not very accurate. Sure, I could have sliced the zucchini and gone for a ratatouille vibe, but zucchini has a LOT of water and I really wanted to control the texture of the vegetables. So, I chose to sauté pretty much everything. Next, I mixed with some tomato sauce, lean protein, and cheese. Then, I did use the broiler to melt the cheese. So...veggie pizza broil???
You could use almost any vegetable for this dish. Even if not typically enjoyed on a pizza, most veggies pair really well with tomato sauce. Just be aware, if you choose vegetables that have very different textures/thicknesses- sautéing will be your best option.
This dish is gluten free, well...because I didn't add any pasta. So, it's naturally gluten free... However, pasta is a typical ingredient in a pizza casserole and you could easily add some to this dish. I almost did.
If ratatouille and pizza had a baby, it would be this dish.
With a dash of spaghetti thrown in.
Pizza casserole is often a pasta-based dish. It then features tomato sauce and all of your favorite pizza toppings, including veggies. I went for a veggie base; but, you could also easily add some gluten free pasta, which I almost did.
It's a French dish featuring stewed vegetables in a tomato-based sauce. Common ingredients include eggplant, peppers, summer squash, garlic, onion, and herbs.
This gluten free veggie pizza casserole brings the flavors of America’s favorite fast food to a vegetable-based dish!
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