Enjoy a homemade Domino’s spinach and feta pizza with this quick and easy copycat recipe. This delicious Brooklyn style feta cheese pizza tastes just like the original with its very thin and crispy crust, overflowing with flavorful toppings. Instead of the classic red tomato sauce, this spinach feta pizza uses alfredo sauce so it’s thicker and creamier. It’s then topped with baby spinach, onion, garlic, and four kinds of shredded cheeses. Pair this creamy cheese pizza alongside some baked mozzarella sticks or garlic cheese bread.
Make Your Dominos Spinach and Feta Pizza Even Better
What’s great about making pizza at home is that you can customize your pizza however you like! With this copycat Domino’s spinach and feta pizza recipe, you’re free to add more flavorful ingredients and toppings to suit your taste. Try out some of our helpful tips down below so that you can fully enjoy your feta cheese pizza.
- Make your own pizza dough from scratch for a fresher and more homemade taste. Try out this pizza crust recipe for a delicious artisan pizza variation. With your own pizza dough, you can freely adjust the thickness of your crust. Some people prefer thin and crispy pizza crusts while others delight in the soft and chewy texture of thick crust pizzas. Either way, we guarantee that you’ll enjoy it both ways!
- Add more toppings like sliced black olives, fresh mushrooms, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, or even bacon bits. Add more color and flavor to your pizza by including some of these delicious toppings. Sun-dried tomatoes and olives are usually the best additions to this cheesy spinach feta pizza. You can also incorporate a bit of meat using bacon or ham so it’s extra savory and, depending on the meat, it adds a delicious crunch with every bite.
- Sprinkle in fresh herbs and spices. Adding a little bit of herbs or spices on top will definitely improve the flavor of your homemade feta and spinach pizza recipe. Sprinkle about a teaspoon of oregano on top of the feta cheese, and a pinch of ground nutmeg on the spinach to taste. Lastly, if you want a bit of heat, then sprinkle crushed red pepper flakes or chili flakes all over your pizza so it’s extra spicy.
How To Make Domino's Spinach And Feta Pizza
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- Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.
- Roll out pizza dough and spoon on alfredo sauce.
- Layer on spinach, onions, garlic, mozzarella, feta, Asiago, and parmesan.
- Bake for 10 to 15 minutes until golden brown.
- Sugar: 2g
- Calcium: 241mg
- Calories: 190kcal
- Carbohydrates: 4g
- Cholesterol: 55mg
- Fat: 15g
- Fiber: 1g
- Iron: 1mg
- Monounsaturated Fat: 4g
- Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g
- Potassium: 77mg
- Protein: 10g
- Saturated Fat: 8g
- Sodium: 644mg
- Vitamin A: 682IU
- Vitamin C: 3mg
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I put raw spinach on pizza?
Yes and no. It really depends on the amount of spinach you’re going to use. There are some pizzas that add the spinach after the pizza is cooked so that it’s fresh, crisp, and flavorful. Other restaurants would even saute the spinach first with the onions and garlic. However, for this copycat Domino’s spinach and feta pizza, we blanch the spinach first before adding it as a topping and baking the pizza. This is because the main ingredient of this pizza is spinach. Adding in fresh and raw spinach onto the pizza before baking it will make the pizza crust soggy since leafy greens, in general, are high in moisture content. That’s why we recommend blanching the spinach first, and patting them dry to remove excess water, before topping the pizza.
Does feta cheese melt on pizza?
No, it doesn’t. This salty and tangy flavored cheese is the key ingredient to making this delicious copycat Domino’s pizza. Unlike the other cheeses in this recipe, feta cheese doesn’t melt like mozzarella cheese. It has a relatively high acid content. Acidic cheeses like feta will only expel moisture, and the cheese will be too dry to melt or liquify. That’s why you won’t get the iconic stringy, cheese pull that we just love with cheddar or mozzarella cheese. Instead, this type of cheese will soften and turn gooey. When it’s heated, feta cheese becomes soft, creamy, and chewy in texture. It’s a different kind of cheesy goodness!
ConclusionSkip the lines and recreate your own classic Domino’s spinach and feta pizza dish at home! This copycat homemade pizza is loaded with cheese and spinach. Each bite is a crispy and cheesy surprise that’s perfect for serving at parties and gatherings. Serve alongside other tasty appetizers.
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