My boyfriend and I love pizza, and love experimenting with new pizza toppings. We even dedicated a section of our blog
to just such a topic. We realized that (with the exception of dessert pizzas) all our pizzas feature meat, yet we have a lot of vegetarian friends. So we decided to make a vegetarian pizza this time. Thus was born the buffalo cauliflower pizza.
The process was pretty simple. First we fried up some cauliflower. This was actually the most time consuming part, since the cauliflower had to be steamed first, then breaded, and then fried. It was worth it though, since it's delicious.
Then my boyfriend made up his buffalo sauce, while keeping it more on the mild side than usual for me, since I don't handle spicy foods as well as he does. We put a thin layer on the crust, like you would with tomato sauce on a regular pizza, and par baked it first, since the cauliflower had already been cooked a lot. Then we dipped the cauliflower in the buffalo sauce and put them on the pizza. Finally we topped it off with a mixture of shredded mozzarella and provelone cheeses.
Popped it into the oven to finish baking, and voila! It was really yummy. Even as someone who's not generally a fan of buffalo wings I still enjoyed it. And it's pretty much the perfect alternative to buffalo chicken pizza for vegetarians.