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I can make a mean pizza, but it took me a while to learn how. Maybe I should rephrase that - I can make a mean pizza, but it took me a while to find the right teacher . For a long time I didn't really know where to look for guidance - I just knew I wanted pizza the way I'd enjoyed it in Rome and Naples. I was smart enough to know early on, if you've got bad dough you are destined to have bad pizza. Figuring out the dough factor was not as easy as you might think. As I got going, my oven gobbled up the fruits of many deflated attempts - a little yeast here, a lot of yeast there, this flour, that flour, knead by hand, knead by mixer, high baking temps, lower baking temps, and on and on.
Heat it up: Set up a grill with heat source, coals or gas, on one side over medium-high. Clean and lightly oil hot grill. Stretch it: On a lightly floured work surface, stretch or roll 1 piece basic grilled pizza dough or 4 ounces store-bought dough into a 10-inch-long oval or other desired shape. Brush one side lightly with herb oil or olive oil and season with coarse salt and ground pepper. Grill it: Using your hands, place dough, oiled side down, directly over heat source.
New to Pass the Sushi? Don’t miss a moment of randomness! Follow on Faceboo k and Twitter . When you love to cook, it’s hard to remember that not every dish needs to be elegant, time consuming and complicated. Sometimes it’s about coming back to the basics – which is something I am guilty of.
I warned you yesterday when I posted No Knead Pizza Dough that I am officially on a flatbread kick. My mind has been consumed with all the delicious combinations I can put on top of that wonderful dough to knock it out of the park – and this first recipe is no exception. Spicy Chicken and Pepper Jack pizza made with Sargento Pepper Jack cheese is the perfect flatbread pizza for game night – it’s a real guy pleaser, and a Jamie pleaser too. Brian tells me there’s some sort of NBA final coming soon.
Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil, divided 1 (10 oz.) can refrigerated pizza crust 2 boneless skinless chicken breast halves, cubed 1 small onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 red pepper, chopped 2/3 cup barbecue sauce 1 cup shredded cheese 1-2 green onions, chopped Salt and pepper, to taste Directions Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Coat an 11x17 inch baking sheet or round pizza pan with 1 tablespoon olive oil. Spread pizza crust into prepared pan. Bake in preheated oven for about 5 minutes; remove crust from oven and set aside.
As a regular visitor to the Columbus Brewing Company in Columbus, Ohio, I probably ate their Sante Fe Pizza at least once a week. I just couldn't resist that spicy black bean "hummus" spread on chewy flat bread and topped with plenty of cheese, no matter how many times I promised myself that I'd branch out. Moving away left a definite void in my life.
This is a sponsored review from BlogHer and Kraft. Chipotle Roasted Chicken and Vegetable Pizza ~ This is one lean mean 30 minute pizza. Low-fat and punching with flavors, this meal will pretty much become a repeat offender in your home. Chipotle Roasted Chicken and Vegetable Made with oven-roasted vegetables, oven-roasted chicken, and a rich tasting low-fat Chipotle Pizza Sauce, this recipe is love at first bite.
I've mentioned before how much I love pesto because it is so versatile and has almost a magical quality in making any food taste delicious. Well, I need to add one more reason to love pesto - it makes my non-veggie eating husband eat this: That's a pizza on a whole wheat crust covered with broccoli, bell peppers and spinach. Normally the spinach alone would make this a no-go in our house, but add pesto and all of a sudden it's not only acceptable, but "pretty good." (In my husband's words.)
That muffin pan is not just for cupcakes. Make these mini deep-dish pizzas using homemade or store-bought dough and your favorite toppings. Mini Deep-Dish Pizzas Everyday Food editor Sarah Carey shows you how to bake up fun, individual pizzas. Get the kids to help!