I consistently buy pizza dough every time I go grocery shopping, and it consistently goes bad because I never get around to using it. This time I beat the clock!
I seasoned the contents of a small can of tomato sauce with salt, pepper and dried herbs (oregano, basil and parsley). After spreading the sauce over the roughly hand-stretched whole wheat dough, I topped it with a layer of shredded mozzarella, some thinly sliced red onion, green pepper and smashed garlic cloves. There was sopresata in the fridge, so I sliced a couple of pieces and added that on top with some shredded parmesan.
This is what I got 450 degrees and 18 minutes later.
The final product was really tasty and the best thing about was that I was able to use what we had and it took virtually no time at all.