No, this isn’t a review of the Hairy Bikers’ ‘Meat Feasts’ recipe book, awesome though it is (I’ve already done one) — I’ve simply had cause to muse recently about different definitions of ‘meat feast’ in relation to pizza toppings.
One of the recipes I made last week was a ‘meat feast’ pizza from a recipe in Hairy Dieters: Good Eating. The only meat in there was beef mince, sautéed up with onion and cumin (and I threw in some paprika as well, just for the heck of it) and plonked onto the pizza with a red bell pepper (sliced into rounds). Not a great variety of meat, but flavoursome and low in salt and calories 🙂
The other type of ‘meat feast’ pizza I’ve been thinking about is the Pizza Hut version, which has (in addition to beef) ham, pepperoni and chicken breast, and (going by the menu of my local collection/delivery Hut) either tomato or BBQ sauce. Very tasty and flavoursome, to be sure, but high in salt and with a massive calorie load to boot. Methinks I should try to work out a low-calorie version of this 😀