I'm posting this by request, because I hate paying high prices for pizza, too! No cheese, no sauce, barely any toppings...and SHEESH! the price! Maybe if we go back to making our own, some of these..(am I allowed to say crappy??) pizza places will either go out of business or make them better!
Delicious and kid friendly, can be served as a meal or an appetizer. Does not include thaw time. I serve the pizza sauce warmed for dipping, you could also substitute it for spaghetti sauce in a pinch.
My husband won a pizza contest with this pizza from Jane Brody who got it from Pizzapiazza in Lower Manhattan. He won for best tasting AND best looking pizza. Hard to believe when in competition with other cheese and meat-loaded pies. This one is full of vegetables with low-fat cheeses and homemade sauce in a whole wheat crust. Baked in a springform pan, the sides allow for an attractive design of plum tomatoes and fresh basil leaves. It's definitely worth the effort.
A very delicious gourmet pizza! If you like smoked salmon and gourmet pizza, this is your gig. I was watching my favorite TV channel, Food Network, when the idea of this came to me. They were making something similar, but being me, I took it and made it the following way. My measurements are different than most, but just remember it is to your personal taste.
Love to entertain and recently was given Martha Stewart’s Hor D’Oeuvres Handbook. Most people eat first with their eyes and Martha's fantabulous dishes offer a visual feast. This original recipe was modeled on her approach to food both in look and flavor. You can simplify the making of these Greek inspired treats by simply quartering the pita bread or using the small ones. Either way, its a treat.
This recipe from Nick Stellino makes 2 large, thin pizza crusts or 1 crust and one loaf of bread, etc. It's a great, versatile dough. The same toppings used on a pizza usually work in the bread. Times are for making 2 pizza crusts up to the point of adding toppings.