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    Some great ideas for pizza, and personally, the BEST dough can be found here as well! Thanks, Nancy!
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    This was one of the better pizza crusts I have tried at home. The sourdough in this is used more for flavor than the rise.

    Recipe #98733

    This is by far the best tasting pizza I have ever had. The crust is so good. We used smoke flavored chips on the charcoal and it added to the great flavors. Enjoy!

    Recipe #25147

    I make the dough with 1/2 white and 1/2 wheat flour. It gives the crust more substance and a better flavor. Even my kids and their cousins prefer it this way. I like using olive oil in both the crust and the sauce. Since we only eat one pizza for a meal, I have included two methods for freezing the second one, or you can freeze both for OAMC. NOTE: prep time does NOT include rise time.

    Recipe #1005

    A pizza is a pie, but this looks more like a pie the way we think of it. A top and bottom crust enclosing a yummy filling. This is substantial. Just a green salad and a glass of wine please.

    Recipe #62890

    This homemade pizza and a movie is a Friday night tradition at our house. It makes two pizzas but sometimes it's fun to make smaller ones so everyone can put their favorite topping on their own pizza. I use Easy Pizza Sauce #98804.

    Recipe #98671

    5 Reviews |  By alijen

    Barbequed chicken, red onion, smoked gouda, mozerella, all on a crispy crust.

    Recipe #95697

    We made this last weekend for my step-son's sleep over. It is a slightly modified recipe from TOH's Quick Cooking Magazine. Everybody loved it.

    Recipe #51580

    I know there are other recipes out there for BBQ chicken pizza, but none like this! I just love this one!!!

    Recipe #131163

    People either seem to love or hate this recipe. I, personally, love it!! I also think it would make a nice baked chicken ... though, I haven't tried that yet. Using low-sodium soy sauce has been asked of me ... it can be salty.

    Recipe #143824

    This is a good low fat and tasty quick pizza--nice for lunch or dinner.

    Recipe #53229

    2 Reviews |  By Marie

    This was the grand prize winner in one of the Country Woman magazine issues. I like the addition of the minced green pepper. It gives it a wonderful flavor.

    Recipe #133906

    3 Reviews |  By Delish

    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!

    Recipe #136872

    It's very much like an Italian pizza, but lighter and more delicate. It's usually made on a puff-pastry dough, though some recipes allow for the use of bread-dough. One warning is that the pizza is very light, specially if you use a puff-pastry dough, this means that you shouldn't count on people getting very filled with it. This recipe is for one pie that will serve four people, but you may want to double it and make two. It's that good. Popular pizza toppings in Sweeden include bananas and curry (or the Tropicana - curry, bananas, ham, and mushrooms), or artichoke hearts and roast beef,fried eggs and prawns. The Venus: Tabasco, ground beef, chili, garlic and onion. Africana: curry, bananas, pineapple. Cozze: Mozzarella, mussels, giant shrimp, garlic and parsley. Viking Pizza: prawns, curry powder, chilli, peanuts, pineapple and bearnaise sauce. Swedish pizzas employ a fascinating range of food combinations and that, usually, these food combinations are surprising delicious. The Fromage Blanc needs to chill for 12 hours.

    Recipe #137196

    My favorate way of using up leftover Teriyaki Chicken, it's somewhat of an aquired taste. (Recipe #71538) FYI - I never measure.

    Recipe #139154

    Recipe from Cooking Light. Very quick to put together

    Recipe #115029

    Recipe #28607

    Oven Baked Pizza with Alfred Sauce, Rock Shrimp, Chili Flakes and Parmesan and Finished with Chili Oil

    Recipe #135613

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