Though it’s not exactly known for authentic Thai cuisine (not that pizza counts either!), the first time I had a “Thai Pie” was in Boulder, Colorado. It was an incredible combination of sweet, savory, cheese, and carbs – I was totally hooked.
I’ve since moved to the San Francisco Bay Area and my access to incredible cuisine from all over the world is at an all time high…but I still crave the peanut-y goodness I enjoyed ten years ago.
Thanks to the internet, a stubborn demeanor, and some trial and error, I’ve managed to make my own version of this tasty dish. It has a fool-proof homemade crust, to boot.
Note: if you’re serving this Thai pizza as a main dish, this recipe only serves three people. If you cut it into smaller pieces, it makes a lovely appetizer and works for 4-6.
If you have some fresh Naan on hand, go ahead and use it instead of the pizza dough. Yum!
Oh! Don’t be afraid of the huge pile of veggies before it goes into the oven – it shrinks as the pizza bakes, like so:
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