Pizza in a crockpot! Easy to make if you're busy!
This is a thick and chewy pizza dough that is crisp on the bottom with very good flavor, however to get the flavor you will have to allow the dough to rise several times. dough makes 2 12" pizzas and can be frozen for later use. I also use this same recipie to make french bread, garlic bread. I hope you enjoy it as much as we have.
An easy tasty casserole with tomato soup, pepperoni and spices the whole family will enjoy. Hint: In our house this is a two meal dish. So I buy 2 cans of tomato soup. If you reheat for a second meal stir in second can before reheating. This keeps the casserole moist. Stir thoroughly, and top with cheese again.
Tasty and healthy, homemade pizza... in less than 30 minutes!
Pizza rolls in a sweet crust, made from scratch. It's easier than you think and great for a crowd!
This pizza is a modified version of the first pizzas created in Italy. The only difference is this pizza includes spices, in which the the true Italian pizzas contained only dough, tomato sauce, and mozzarella cheese. This recipe will make more than enough sauce for your pizza. So you can store the rest of the sauce for another time.
When I was younger, I worked at Victory Pig Pizza in Wyoming, PA. They serve a greasy, soft dough pizza that people would drive for miles to get. Many restaurants in the area would try to duplicate the recipe, but would only come close. After watching them make their variations and observing the staff at the Pig, I think I have come pretty close. It's not quite the same, but it's still quite good. Here is my recipe for a pizza similar to Victory Pig.
An easy way to make a new type of pizza. Only 15 minutes in the oven.
A simple, filling, very meaty pizza that's ready in 30 minutes. Think, you can start it during the pre-game show and have it ready just after kickoff.
A wildly different pizza for a summer night: Guacamole instead of tomato sauce, and smoky flavor from preparation on the grill.
Chicken and bacon take a ride together on this delicious, simple dinner pizza.
From Things Cooks Love by Sur La Table with Marie Simmons/Andrews McMeel Publishing. Pizza toppings can be classic, such as tomato, mozzarella, and fresh basil (pizza Margherita), or ultramodern, like smoked trout, goat cheese, and sun-dried tomatoes. This topping of torn radicchio leaves, thin pear slices, and a scattering of Gorgonzola falls somewhere in between. Here, four individual pizzas are made, but you can make one large or two medium-sized pizzas instead.
From Things Cooks Love by Sur La Table with Marie Simmons/Andrews McMeel Publishing. Pizza topped with milky sweet mozzarella, paper-thin slices of prosciutto, and tender, pepper arugula leaves is a favorite in the pizzerias of Naples. This one instead includes a scattering of red onion slices and a shower of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, too.
Italian and Irish cuisine got together and spawned this delicious, beefy snack. Serve on St. Patrick's Day for a different twist to the holiday.
Here's a new pizza topping idea: Sliced bratwurst and mustard, for a pizza that looks kind of like a pretzel.
Imagine: Instead of pizza with tomato sauce, pizza with gravy. All this can be yours... Just follow this easy breakfast pizza recipe.
Tasty, cheesy pizza that's easy to make. Great pizza for when you have some leftover chicken.
A classic Italian flavor mixture known as "carbonara" tops this easy homemade pizza.
Pizza where no single bite is cheeseless. Long a dream of mankind, now it is possible with stuffed crust pizza.
Bite into this flavorful pizza top with a cheesy shrimp and garlic mixture and find yourself in pizza nirvana.