With pizza there are really only two ways you can go if you want melt-in-your mouth results: Order from a fine Italian restaurant piping hot and ready to go, or make it at home with your own two hands. Unfortunately, most people either spend lots of dough (sorry, couldn't resist the pun) buying restaurant pizza or frozen pizza at the grocery store (ew).
Watch this instructional video to learn how to cook pizza on a gas BBQ. All you need is any standard bread mix, garlic, tomato sauce, toppings, and three empty tomato cans.
If you want to make your own pizza at home, why not go the whole way and make your own pizza dough? It's no more difficult than regular bread dough. You will need flour, yeast, warm water, salt, sugar and olive oil.
In this video, we learn how to make a pizza with pre-made dough. First, shred 1 lb of mozzarella cheese fresh and then grab some frozen dough from your local grocery store. After this, oil some baking pans with olive oil so the dough doesn't stick. After you have let your dough thaw out and rise, place two of them into each pan and spread them out by hand. Once finished, put some chopped tomatoes and oregano onto the dough. Sprinkle each pizza with the cheese after this, then bake this in the...
This recipe is a terrific way to create a custom meal stuffed with your favorite fillings. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to make homemade calzone. You will need: pizza dough, lean ground beef, onions, parmigiano reggiano cheese, corn meal, pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, sun-dried tomatoes and black olives.
In this video, I show you the better way to cut pizza rolls. My son Eston and I love pizza rolls. I always cut them up for him so they cool off faster, also so they're smaller bites. I was always annoyed with how much stuff fell out of the pizza rolls when I cut them. So I figured out a better way…using a scissors!
Pizza, pizza, who wants pizza! We all want pizza, right? Well, except that one guy over there who's allergic to yeast. Well, now we can make a yeast free pizza crust that everyone can enjoy! This great how-to shows you what you need to know to make a great, yeast free pie, in your very own home pizzaria!
When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie that's bizarre. Still, pizza is one of the most beloved foods on the planet and this how-to will let you make a great pizza crust recipe without using yeast at all. The crust is considered the trickiest part of the pizza, but let's be honest, it's where it all begins. So, watch the vid and get it right.
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Today we teach you how to make an easy pizza on a hamburger bun! You can make it in under ten minutes. It is So Easy a Guy Can Do It!
Love pizza but can't have the carbs? Well this recipe is not only delicious, it is a healthy alternative to pizza dough. Giving you a lot of versatility this cauliflower pizza crust recipe is a great to have in your go to recipes.
Do you want to learn how to make a great vegetarian pizza? This is a very useful video to get cool ideas about how to make vegetarian pizzas or pizza without cheese.
A delicious twist on both pizza and the Reuben sandwich! Perfect for a casual dinner. You will need: 4 ounces pizza dough, 1/2 cup ricotta cheese, 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard (extra strong), Tabasco, 1 tablespoon chopped parsley, 6 ounces corned beef, 1/2 cup sauerkraut, 6 ounces fontina cheese, mayonnaise, dill relish, onions and ketchup. Make a Reuben style flatbread pizza.
Sliced, this makes a great appetizer. Whole, it can be an entire meal! To make this calzone, you will need: 1 bag pizza dough, 2 tablespoons flour, 1/2 pound provolone cheese, 1/4 pound salami, 6-8 cups fresh spinach, 2 beaten eggs and a bit of water. Cook a calzone with spinach, provolone and salami filling.
Start with some meat substitute, preferably Italian sausage substitute. Then get some pizza dough, mozzarella cheese (or its substitute if you prefer vegan food), butter (or its substitute), fennel, Italian seasoning and adobo. A delicious party food or appetizer dish!
CentsToShare, we salute you. The frugal living blog is seriously dedicated to living on the cheap. Below, their equation (boiled down to the last red cent) for making simple personal pizzas for a mere 38¢ a serving (4 slices).
Hard to imagine such a thing exists, but the US Pizza Team is a group of freestyle, acrobatic, dough-tossing pizza makers with truly unreal talent. They represent America in Italy's annual Olympics of Pizza. Below, Nino Coniglio, owner of Brooklyn's Pizzeria del Corso and team member, performs in front of restaurant patrons and it's pretty insane (to say the least). Previously, Poor Italians, Can't Afford a Frisbee.
This is why you're fat. Coincidentally, this is also why you're happy when you nom on artery clogging junk fare. We don't recommend you whip up this recipe on a regular basis unless you're hopin' and wishin' for a heart attack this Christmas, but this would make a sweet treat every once in a while.
The world is beginning to treat pizza with the creativity and variety it deserves. Pizza cups. Pizza lollipops. The incredible recursive pizza. Below, Jen of Tiny Urban Kitchen presents a world travel inspired pizza project that draws from the same kind of expression as cake decorating.
We've featured lots of fun lollipop recipes (Pop Tarts, pie, and more), but ahhhhh!!! This is the best yet! Sorry, I really love pizza (c'mon, don't we all?). And bite-sized pizza lollipops sound perfect. Especially when you can sample lots of different toppings.
Deb and Alex's Smitten Kitchen is a treasure trove of beautifully photographed, delicious looking recipes. Every recipe is painstakingly outlined, including their recent post on making perfectly cooked, painless pizza. Personally, I have yet to get pizza dough right, so I'm anxious to learn.
Pizza for breakfast? No, we're not talking about nomming on that moldy last slice of pepperoni pizza from three nights ago. Breakfast pizza is a specialty creation that tops pizza dough off with breakfast staples rather than your typical pizza toppings.
In this video, we learn how to make Cuban pizza. You will need to fix mix mojo marinade and mustard together, whisking well. Then, brush this over the pizza crust all over. Then, add mozzarella and Swiss cheese along with diced ham and pickles. Then, sprinkle on some roasted pork, adding as much as you would like of each ingredient. Brush on more of the mojo and mustard mix over the top of the pizza, then add on the remaining cheeses. To finish, bake this in a 450 degree oven for 6-8 minutes,...
This recipe is great for both breakfast and brunch, though it might be a little too filling for a small breakfast (if you plan on eating it all yourself). But once you try it, you won't be able to resist the pizza-like style of bacon and eggs.
Eating healthy doesn't have to taste terrible or be boring. If you need proof that healthy eating is delicious, check out this recipe for a "Rooftop Red" pizza topped with fresh Italian tomatoes, marinated kale, Parimigiano-Reggiano, and aleppo chili oil.
In this tutorial, we learn how to quickly make a cheeseburger pizza. First, spread ketchup on your small pizza crust, then spread on mustard in a circular motion. After this, use a spoon to mix the two together and spread evenly throughout the entire surface. After this, grab some already browned ground up meat and spread it on top of the sauce, using how ever much you would like. Spread shredded cheese over this, then bake in the oven until the cheese is all the way melted. Let this cool for...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make Italian-style pizza dough. You will need: yeast cake, flour from a pizza restaurant, extra virgin olive oil, and a mixer. Now, add in the water, salt, olive oil into the mixer, then prepare the yeast. You can do this by mixing the yeast with warm water and letting it sit for a couple of minutes. Then, add this to the bowl along with the flour you got from the restaurant. Use as much as you want to make a large batch or small, this all depends on how much...
In this tutorial, we learn how to create a genuine Italian pizza. After you have your dough, knead it out on a heavily floured surface. Move your hands in a circular motion and use the palms to create the circular shape of the pie. The, bring the dough into the air and pat off any excess flour. Throw the dough into the air, then catch it and bring it back down to the surface. When you have the circular shape of the pie, add the sauce to the top of the dough. Next, sprinkle on any type of chee...
What if you had a pizza made up with tons of tiny, little pizzas (20 to be exact!)? For all pizza lovers out there, that would be one magical, delicious work of art. And for all the art lovers out there, if you're looking to get into what makes this piece heady, check out the interview with artist John Riepenhoff.
Try your hands at duck eggs instead of chicken eggs. Duck eggs are practically the same, a little bit larger than chicken eggs, but the yolks contains a lot more fat (making them richer) and the whites contain a lot more protein. They're perfect for baking because they make desserts light and fluffy! But forget about dessert— we're talking pizza here.
Dangerously close in resemblance to the over-the-top pizza cone, these mini pizza cups look like muffins. After testing a recipe from My Kitchen Snippets, Serious Eats came up with this:
When you see the words "deep fried" in the description of a recipe, you know it's going to be good stuff. This time we're hitting you with an irrestible deep fried calzone filled with mounds of ooey mozarella cheese and loads of pepperoni. Check out the video to get the details.
With Halloween on the way, and the party plans starting soon, why not spice up your party with a new recipe? Try Flaky Franken Fingers, or maybe you've got a sweet tooth? Try the Monster Cookies! This video will show you how to prepare each of the great dishes and instructions for cooking. These recipe's are also great for children!
Mmmmmm, I love calzones!!! One of my all time favorites! In this video you'll see an easy prep as he puts together a quick calzone with store bought dough and some pre-cooked chicken marinated in bbq sauce with ricotta cheese and mozarella. The end result looks fantastic!
A big part of pizza's allure is its perfectly crispy crust and oodles of heart attack-inducing oil sitting on the cheese. Personally, we can't even consume a pizza we get from Pizza Hut or Domino's without taking a napkin and blotting off the oil.
According to domestic goddess supreme Martha Stewart, you should always eat fresh, and even grow your own vegetables and herbs in your backyard if you can. But for those of us who are urbanites and don't have as much as a square foot of balcony space, it's not always possible to eat as fresh as we want.
Butter makes everything better, as any Paula Deen fan will tell you, so we're drooling over the copious amounts of the fatty foodstuff in this recipe already. Butter is a major component of the white cream sauce in this pizza, adding delicious thick consistency and taste.
In this video, we learn how to cook pizza at home. First, butter or grease the bottom of a baking pan. Next, purchase pre-made dough from the grocery store and lay it out onto the pan, then spread it. Roll out the dough until it's the shape of the pan, then spoon on your sauce onto the dough up until you reach the crust. After you have spread as much dough as you would like, add on your favorite toppings to the pizza. You can place on sausage first if you like meat, before you place on cheese...
Ros Figliano teaches us how to make Italian pizza at home in this tutorial. First, prepare your favorite toppings and set them aside on a plate. After this, take your homemade dough and place it on a floured counter, then push it down with your fingers to work the air pockets out of it. Shape the pizza with a roller into a round pizza shape until the crust is the thickness you want it to be. After this, place the crust onto a pizza pan and shape the crust sides. Use a spoon to pour on the sau...
Oh, how we love pizza. If it weren't for that pesky thing called carbs, we'd chug it every day and wash it down with a liter or two of soda (actually, come to think of it, we DO do that, but only when Aunt Flo comes knocking). So what happens when we're not looking forward to doubling our width but want a nice slice of pizza?