I found this recipe on mealsforyou.com and tweaked it a little bit to suit our tastes. I love the addition of the olive oil to the dough. Highly reccommend this one! I hope you like it, too!(prep time does not include time in bread machine)
I really love this recipe. I started out with a basic pizza sauce recipe, and took away a little garlic and then added other seasoning to it. I came up with this after trial and error. My husband and everyone who tries it loves this pizza sauce.
The comment I hear from everyone the first time they eat this is, "This is the best pizza I've ever had!" My daughters have old high school friends who still ask for this. It's very filling, so one pan goes a ways.
A different type of cheese pizza - The perfect pizza for cheese lovers. My Whole Wheat Yeast Free Herbed Pizza Dough #111650 is a perfect match for this pizza and is the ONLY crust I use when making this pizza. Note: I have been making this pizza for so long I don't measure the cottage cheese - I think I use closer to 1 cup.
I adopted this recipe and have not yet tried it. I also have a fear of yeast, but believe that Mean Chef's original pizza dough would work well for this recipe (recipe #62554). The original chef recommended another crust that was supposed to be so good your head would spin, but I trust Mean Chef's recipe. Original intro comments are: "This is a great combination. Try it! The tomato mixture is enough for two 12 inch pizzas. Adjust accordingly depending on how many pizzas you are interested in making."
A different approach to "the same-old-same- old pizza". Blue Cheese lovers---go for it! Makes terrific appetizers or with a supper salad as well. Ingredients amounts vary to allow recipe personalization. Variation: Cooked and chopped ham can be added.
No pepperoni here! But lots of Greek flavor with garlic, feta, and kalamata olives. One of these makes a nice meatless lunch (or two if you have a big appetite). Submitted for Ready Set Cook Summer 2005.
I experimented in the kitchen to create a pizza my husband loves. It doesn't use your traditional tomato based sauce. Instead, it uses a jar of alfredo sauce. We like to use garlic alfredo sauce. The garlic really makes the pizza. It may seem like a lot, but trust me, it's good. Buying already minced fresh garlic saves time and hastle. I prefer to use the pizza pans with holes in the bottom or else the crust can get a little soggy. The crust recipe uses a breadmaker but any pizza crust recipe will work. Using my breadmaker for the crust saves a lot of time- I used to make this weekly. We love it!
Great for potlucks! You can even make these in mini muffin tins to make them kid-sized! Use your favourite pizza toppings for the filling. For another savoury tart recipe try Cheeseburger Tarts recipe#60239. These freeze well.