Delicious summer lunch. This is how I first made it, but other fillers could include baby spinach leaves, tomato, avocado, sprouts, bacon crumbles, etc. The recipe is very flexible and approximate, assemble to your sandwich preferences.
White pizza is a pizza without tomato sauce, and it is very delicious and my family loves it. My favorite pizza dough recipe is recipe #23137 here on recipe zaar. The pizza smells very good while in the oven too. If you don't like alot of garlic, you can use less. I've NOT tried using storebought dough, so cooking time could be different if you use it. I hope you enjoy the recipe! :)
These crispy snacks are simple, yummy, sweet, crispy, and easy! They are really good with vanilla ice cream, almost a must. I like to dip them in ice cream. Also healthier than fried versions. Adjust ingredients to fit your taste.
For those who don't know, white pizza is pizza without tomato sauce. This is my original recipe. It is a DELICIOUS pizza! It's a big hit at my house, never any leftovers! Nice garlic flavor, you can adjust it to your tastes though. I always make my own pizza dough, but you can use refrigerated if you like, but I've never tested it before.
THERE ARE NO POTATOES IN THIS CANDY, they're just called that for some reason. These are very yummy and sweet, especially to coconut lovers. I got this recipe from my teacher in school, he would make these with the 6th and 5th grade on St. Patrick's day. I'm not positive on the number of servings though.
This is a sweet, chunky strawberry sauce that my mom would make when we had strawberries. She would put it on ice cream and pancakes. It tastes really good and is very simple. It's good on ice Cream, cakes, waffles, pancakes, and even just plain right off the stove! I think it tastes nicer warm than cold :)
I once had a craving for a pizza, but I didn't have the things to make pizza dough, so I got this idea! A good recipe for kids, too. I use pocket-less pitas we buy from Indian grocery, but I'm sure regular will work. Note: I edited this recipe by making more exact ingredient amounts, sorry about the previous vagueness, I posted this recipe back when I was just 10 or 11. :)