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    Pizza, pizza, pizza!

    Pizza is a favourite in our house whether it is to use up leftover, avoid takeaway or just because we like pizza...
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    Recipe #4977

    4 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    This is my sister-in-laws recipe. I have had great success with this dough. I use it immediately without waiting for it rise. This makes a nice chewy dough. Makes 2 large pizza crusts.

    Recipe #98189

    Recipe #69780

    Recipe #2611

    A decicious, nutritious pizza dough that's easy to make.

    Recipe #87216

    This is a super fast pizza crust I fall back on when there is absolutely no time. It makes a thick doughy crust. I top it with a jar of spaghetti sauce, shredded mozzarella, and veggies for a quick and reasonably healthy meal the kids will eat! Modified from "500 Fat Free Recipes"

    Recipe #80617

    Recipe #15187

    This homemade recipe is well worth the effort. Add some sauce, cheese and topping and it is "Homemade Pizza Night" at your house! (Prep time does not include time for the dough to rise)

    Recipe #72782

    Want to try something alittle different? Well this is a nice recipe. The crust is unusal, but very good!

    Recipe #90998

    This is one of the best pizzas topped with mashed potatoes. Best to bake in a conventional oven on a pizza tile; if you don’t have one, use a pizza pan or large baking sheet. This mashed potato topping, flavored with red onions, shallots and rosemary, becomes crusty outside but soft within in the hot oven. The dough recipe yields enough for 2 pizzas; make one right away, the other will keep for at least a week in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #174532

    This is an updated version of my adopted recipe. The review it had stated the pizza dough did not cook thru after toppings were added. This recipe and directions will help that problem.

    Recipe #10579

    The rice crust is gluten free and healthy. I found a recipe about 20 years ago similar to my recipe, however, I have modified it in order to have it workable and with a nice taste. If desired, you can change the filling to a good old fashioned Italian Style filling.

    Recipe #17682

    This pizza is FABULOUS! A great treat if you enjoy some common greek ingredients :)

    Recipe #123954

    Here is another one that I got from that Vegan cookbook.

    Recipe #94473

    8 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Friedel described these in a Canadian-themed thread, and really sparked my curiousity. I found this recipe on a copycat site, and these sound like something amazing. Just don't plan on any intense kissing after eating these!

    Recipe #52559

    5 Reviews |  By hels

    Learnt this one at secondary school when I was about 12. It's not a very bread-y base but is very quick to make. Prep time includes preparing my toppings (ham & mushroom)

    Recipe #82240

    Bocconcini means small mouthfuls of cheese they are semi-soft, white and rind less unripened mild cheese and have a spongy texture. Originally made only from the milk of water buffaloes but cows milk is used now. Bocconcini are now available in supermarkets and packaged in whey or water. The originally recipe asked for 3 x 250 gram of cherry tomatoes but I thought it's a bit excessive as the 14 cm pizza can hold only about eight tomatoes. I topped ours with basil as I found rocket a little bitter. You welcome to skip the dough and use store buy a pizza bases or Lebanese bread, it's up to you. This recipe came from Sunday Hearld Sun, Sunday Magazine on 18 March 2007, it's a Donna Hay recipe

    Recipe #220012

    I found this recipe today among some newspaper cuttings. I've not tried it yet but it sure sounds yummy - and flexible. You could vary the topping ingredients with whatever takes your fancy or have on-hand, for example, pesto, fresh tomato sauce, capers, pine-nuts, anchovies, artichokes, smoked chicken, Italian sausage, ham, bacon, pepperoni, jalapenos, pineapple......the list is endless. Have fun!

    Recipe #63317

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