Saturday, January 10, 2009

265. Rhyming Recipe; Salmon Pizza


I love cheese, salmon and simplicity. And, like the rest of the world, I like Italy's greatest invention, the pizza. Here's the lot.


Canned salmon and cream cheese, my friends! What a combination!
Enough to make one lick ones lips in keen anticipation!
And pizzas are so easy; you can eat them with your fingers.
And this one leaves a memory that very surely lingers.
Try it as a starter, or cold as picnic fare.
Salmon pizza is a winner for everyone to share.
First of course there is the base, a very definite 'must' 
And that, of course, just has to be a regular pizza crust.
Make your own if you are up to it, or, if you are like me,
Buy a ready-made from the supermarket, easy as can be.
Heat the oven to four hundred as you mix sour cream and cheese.
Spread the mixture on the pizza; it can be done with ease.
Take boneless, skinless salmon; crumble it on the top.
(This recipe's so easy it can never be a flop.)
Sprinkle with chopped bell pepper, some onions, cheese and dill.
Of the latter, just a little; don't go into over-kill.
The cheese should be the tasty sort, to make the taste-buds sing.
There! Didn't I tell you it would be as easy as anything.
Pop it into the oven for a quarter of an hour.
Just time for you to take a great refreshing shower.
You'll be looking cool and lovely when your guests are at the door.
Maybe you should make several; they're sure to ask for more.

1 pizza crust.  3 oz. pkg. cream cheese, softened.1/4 cup sour cream. 7 oz. can salmon, drained, bones and skin removed.1 red bell pepper, chopped.4 green onions, chopped.1-1/2 cups shredded cheese.1/2 tsp. dried dill weed.


Jinksy said...

Cooks around the world will see
the joy of this fun recipe!

Anonymous said...

If you can find stone fired pizza crust, so much the better. I will try your recipe! MM of NY

LA Nickers said...

A recipe in rhyme!

What a lovely time!


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Kat said...

Like your 264 laundry poem....

I like to read the recipe,
I like to devour the Salmon Pizza...

it's the in-between that comes is a bore :))))