You can also use whatever sauce you'd like (BBQ, ranch dressing, creamy alfredo... the possibilities are endless) or no sauce at all. If you're looking for explicit instructions, though, the original topping combo, White Pizza with Salami and Peppers, is here for you.
If you want to make this but worry about the price, salmon and pecans both freeze very well — so if the salmon goes on sale you can pick it up, freeze it, and wait to make this dinner until the pecans are also on sale.
If you're the meal-prep type, you could press the tofu and coat it in its marinade in the fridge for a night or two beforehand for extra potent flavor (you may need to press it again if it's very juicy when it's time to cook).
Of COURSE you should coat your pierogies in hot sauce, why have I never tried that before???
(For the uninitiated — no shame! — pierogies are glorious Eastern European dumplings, usually filled with mashed potatoes and onions, cabbage, meat, or some combination of those. You can most conveniently find them in the freezer aisle.)
Full disclosure, this recipe does take 40 minutes to cook, but if your stomach is complaining for the extra 10 minutes, remind it how glorious cheese and bacon and chicken taste when they work together.
This recipe is *fabulous*, but if you're looking for time and budget shortcuts, you could sub in a store-bought peanut sauce for the marinade, and opt for just carrots, cucumber, and cilantro instead of the multi-veggie combo.