Lip-smackin'-good. Crock-pot-easy. Diner-pleaser. Nice presentation. Is there anything better? NAAAAAAAH. Caroline's note: Lots of people don't use Bay Leaf; however, it adds tremendously to this dish; just don't forget to take it out before serving.
Cooking for a couple of decades you are always tweaking. I have several dough recipes, but this is the one that consistently gets the high marks from my guest. A hot pizza stone works best, but a good hot oven is the key.
This is a recipe I got from Rachael Ray's magazine. It looks so good and I want to try it soon. She got the recipe from nine-time World Pizza champion Tony Gemignani (a pizza throwing champion). This is a deep-dish pizza baked in a 9x13 inch baking dish. This will make 1 14-inch pizza. The number of servings is just an estimate. The rising time is included in the prep time.
I got this recipe off of Frank's Redhot Sauce web site. I fixed for the first time last week. DH loved it. I noticed that this was slightly different than the recipes I had seen posted. I adapted it to fit our needs.
We love spicy food, so we decided to devise our own Buffalo Chicken Pizza recipe, and everyone always loves it. We usually have to make two because even if there are only two people in the house, it goes fast.
My husband and I use to order buffalo chicken pizza from Pizza Hut till they no longer make it far as I know. One day, we were craving for Buffalo Chicken Pizza, so I came up with this EASY recipe to make it.
I was looking online for a taco pizza recipe. I found a bunch, but didn't like just one. So I put together this recipe, and it is awesome!!!! Everything works well together. My husband said that this pizza was better than any pizza place!! Wow what a compliment!
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