Lightly crushed, nicely seasoned cheesy herb bread. Great as snack, side dish, and with soup, salad or pasta dish. But make up your mind fast because it won't last very long at all!!
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.
In this easy recipe, you make your own pasta dough and stuff the tortellini yourself with prawns, crab, and marscapone cheese. Then you make a simple creamy Parmesan sauce and take credit for a dish that tastes gourmet!
Pizza rolls in a sweet crust, made from scratch. It's easier than you think and great for a crowd!
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.
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.
English cuisine meets Italian in this man's pie recipe.
Ready for a tasty project? Make your own dough and top with Italian sausage and veggies.
Incredible comfort food in less than 30 minutes. Like the Fab Four (Beatles) or the Fearsome Foursome (Vikings), this quartet is legendary.
Have this classic Italian sauce out in the open-air. This simple recipe can be cooked in minutes over the camp fire and served over your favorite pasta and veggies.
Hosting a crowd? This huge batch of stuffing will feed everyone and keep your stress level down.
An eating challenge for one hungry man, or a breakfast for the family. Either way, your morning is off to a good start.
A buttery, thick, and chewy pizza dough that is baked in a cast iron skillet. Pizza never tasted so good! Toppings are substantial but not overwhelming where the dough won't cook. If you cook the sausage while the dough is proofing you'll be ready to assemble the pizza that much faster.
Tired of spending $4 for flatbread at a local upscale food market, I created this delicious flatbread. The pesto and Parmesan blend beautifully and it's quick to make and doesn't require any kneading! What could be better?
These honey balls are a favorite Italian holiday treat. This recipe was handed down from my great-grandmother to each generation.
This recipe is great with cheddar cheese alone — it’s a basic recipe that guarantees you won’t alienate any finicky kids or fraternity brothers, should they be on your guest list. But stirring in a couple of tablespoons of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese gives this everyman’s dish a real refinement that will wow your gourmet guests too. If you want to really push it over the top, pour the mixture into a baking dish, sprinkle some more parmesan on top, and bake at 400° for a few minutes until it browns.
A creamy sauce and the taste of bacon makes this piping-hot meal a winner for any weeknight.