Many of you may not know, but I was born and raised in Argentina, I came to the US only four and a half years ago.
I started this blog as a way to vent my adventures and misadventures of my life here, which was, at times, very challenging. I went through some ups and downs, I'd come with $200 in my pockets and some of my dad's contacts, but after 4 months, I was on my own.
Later on, I met my wonderful husband, who is American, and who loves me. But, he tries to teach me the American ways so I can enjoy and live in understanding with people. I am learning. Being Argentinean, though, brings a lot to the table and I would love to share it with everyone. That's why you'll see Argentinean recipes.
I have learned a lot living here and I have changed. One of the things I appreciate the most was Dave Ramsey's teachings about saving money, and in my walking practicing this I will share it with you if that's ok with you :)
So with that said, I'm sharing with you this recipe which my mom made a lot growing up. Mini pizzas. They're super simple. You just need your favorite loaf of bread, tomato sauce, cheese, and your favorite toppings. I can go crazy with tomatoes, blue cheese, mushrooms, sun dried tomatoes, olives and in Argentina we even chop a boiled egg and put it on top!
Put the slices in the oven for 5 minutes by themselves to toast, and then add the tomato sauce on top. Bake for another 3 minutes.
Then just add the cheese and bake until melted.
Something my mom added on top of the cheese too, was oregano, oh how I miss you mom!
Ok, but, don't get carried away with the broiler because you can over toast them!
haha! Talking of misadventures! See?
I'm not perfect and I am FAR from being a good food blogger, but YOU, I bet you'll do a better job. Anyway, they taste awesome!
What kind of toppings would you put on your mini pizza?