JustJENN recipes » Iron Man Pizza Hand Pies. Tony Stark is the man. No literally. THE man, Iron Man – and for some reason I can only envision little Iron Man hand pies filled with…pizza. Oh, so delicious. I used the Marvel cookie cutter set from Williams Sonoma. And like my Captain America Apple hand pies, these couldn’t be easier. Ingredients:pie dough marinara sauce mozzarella cheese pepperoni, diced small egg wash (1 egg whisked with 1 Tablespoon water) Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Roll out the dough to about 1/4 inch thick. Half of the cut outs will be the back side. Now take the other Iron Man faces and place them carefully on top of the filling. Crepes of Wrath. White Chicken Pizza. January 19, 2011 White Chicken Pizza In this house I know that anytime I make a pizza, it’s guaranteed that it will get eaten.
Even if I screw it up, the mantra seems to be that there is no such thing as a bad pie. Only the “this is pretty darn good pizza, pass another slice please” pizza, the “thank you soooo much for making pizza mommy” pizza (trust me, dinner compliments from the six and under crowd are a rare treat so this is the sign of a job well done), and the “Get your hand off that last slice, I called dibs and I’ll fight ya for it if I have to” kickin’ awesome pizza. This pizza is of the third distinction. I made my own crust (my recipe’s here), but you can also use a pre-bought dough or pizza crust and it will still work just perfectly.
Ingredients needed: Throw your chicken, shallots, garlic and the salt/pepper in a skillet and cook them up on medium heat. Once they’re cooked through, remove them from the heat. Next up, the spinach. End of Summer Recipe: Three Cheese Tomato Tart. Pizza Swirl Bread. I have good news and bad news.
The good news is… I made you bread. It tastes like pizza. It’s swirled with piles of grated provolone and spicy pepperoni and a nice little mixture of Italian seasoning [...that came out of a tube]. Yeah. We all do it. The bad news is that it disappeared. Like… all of it. At best I could dig the foil out of the trash for you that enveloped this loaf for a full 13 minutes before complete domination took over.
See, bread if my favorite thing to make. I want to dive headfirst into this pepperoni roll on steroids and doggy paddle through every cheesy swirl. Pizza Swirl Bread [adapted from martha stewart.com] makes one loaf 4 tablespoons butter 1/3 cup milk 1/4 cup warm water 2 1/4 teaspoons active dry yeast 1 teaspoon sugar 1 large egg 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 garlic cloves, minced 6 ounces provolone cheese, freshly grated 4 ounces grated parmesan cheese 20-30 slices pepperoni, or however much you would like 1/3 cup tomato sauce, or more if desired.
Pizza Braid. A pizza braid is very kid-friendly, easy on the wallet and extremely simple to make.
My aunt and cousin first introduced me to them and I’ve been hooked ever since. The possibilities are endless of the varieties you could make (check out the Apple Dessert Braid!) , but the recipe below is for a very basic hamburger and pepperoni braid. You could make your own dough, but I prefer the shortcut of using Rhodes rise and bake dough. This is one of my favorite shortcuts to make a nice loaf of bread or use in recipes like this one. As I said, this is extremely basic. The dough takes a few hours to rise, so I take it out in the morning and place a towel over it. Yes, yes the dough in that photo has not risen fully. Then you spread out the sauce, lay the meats down, followed by the cheese. Then with a pizza cutter, start cutting about 1 inch thick strips down the whole rectangle.
Follow the pictures above. A few minutes before it’s done I brush with olive oil and sprinkle with oregano.