The beer adds just a hint of fragrence and flavor in this quick pizza dough. We found this great recipe in the King Arthur Catalog. Another great one from King Arthur Flour. We modified it a bit to match the things we have in our pantry. Please note that the prep time includes the rising time for the dough.
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.
This Mediterranean-style pizza is a wonderful change to everyday pizza. It's a great summertime dish to make when basil and tomatoes are in season. Althought you can use prepared pesto, I normally make my own which has quite a hint of lemon in it. Do not substitute dried basil - it just won't work. This would also make a great appetizer if sliced in very thin wedges.
This is a delicious pizza that's a combination of a pesto pizza and antipasto salad!!! Created by the Pantry Raiding Divas for the Zaar World Tour II! NOTE: If you'd rather use fresh red bell peppers, slice 1/2 red bell pepper into rings and saute with the mushrooms. NOTE: Purchased pesto may be used, if desired.
This is the recipe my dad uses for "Pizza and Movie Night" every Friday, a tradition started when my dad was a food service officer on a submarine and they would make pizza every Friday night for the crew. Add any toppings you like. Be creative!
Sicilians like their escarole sauteed with lots of olive oil and served with chewy bread to sop up the juices. This is a grilled adaptation of that idea! This is so good! It won't keep too long because of the greens, so eat it up! That won't be hard! Adapted from BH&G magazine.
This is the pizza I make the most often at home. It has a thin pizza crust base, which we all prefer, and all our favourite toppings! Try to use high quality Chorizo sausage for this; also, fresh goat's cheese without a rind is the best. When I have time, I like to caramelise the onions first by frying them in a couple of teaspoons of olive oil and a teaspoon of balsamic vinegar - try it as an option. It also works well with ready made onion confit/onion jam as a topping. The sauce used and shown in my photoes, is Leggy Peggy's wonderful Recipe #210246.
One of my favorite pizza's to make - and it's so easy. I use pre-sliced mild provolone from dairy section or deli. Ease comes from using pre-made pizza dough that I get from the supermarket, however, you can of course make your own. Also, I only recommend using the fresh basil - it gives the best flavor to this pizza.
Mmm--what a flavor combo. You can shortcut this by using puff pastry or any other pastry dough, but it will change the nutrition information. Prep time includes both dough risings.
Both the onion and pepper mixtures can be prepared a day ahead.
From cooking light: CALORIES 192(20% from fat); FAT 4.2g (sat 0.6g,mono 2.6g,poly 0.6g); PROTEIN 5.6g; CHOLESTEROL 0.0mg; CALCIUM 32mg; SODIUM 581mg; FIBER 4.1g; IRON 2mg; CARBOHYDRATE 34.3g
I used to order this all the time at the Red Devil Restaurant, but then it was taken off the menu. They gave me the ingredients, though, and I came up with this incredibly yummy spicy bruschetta. It's even better after steeping overnight in the fridge. For the pizza dough, try Basil & Garlic Pizza Dough (ABM), recipe #368470. Enjoy!!