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:
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.
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?
In order to make pizza at home, you will need the following: basil, parsley, pizza dough, garlic, salt, pepper, grated mozzarella cheese, mushrooms, Romano cheese, olive oil, red pepper, Italian spices, spinach leaves, and oregano.
In this video, we learn how to cook a deep-dish pizza at home! You will need: 3/4 c water, 1/2 pack yeast, 1 lb flour, 2 tsp salt, 1/2 c corn oil, 2 tbsp olive oil, and yellow food coloring. First, pour the warm water in with yeast in a large bowl with a few drops of food coloring. Stir this up and let it sit up for a few minutes. After this, add in the flour, salt, and oil. Now stir until dough is formed into a bowl, then set timer for 2 minutes while you knead. After this, place the dough i...
In this tutorial, Bobby Flay will show you how to make a delicious pizza on the grill. This shrimp and cilantro pesto pie is nothing like you've ever tasted before and this is definitely not delivery. Follow along and cook up this specialty at your next summer party.
In this clip, learn how to make a perfectly thin, crispy Italian style pizza with Food Mob. You will also learn how to top those beautiful bases with the best ingredients so absolutely everyone at the table will be happy. Don't bother with delivery or one of those store bought pizzas - make your own! It's worth it.
Everyone's favorite chefs from Show Me The Curry are here to walk you through baking a thick, deep dish pan pizza at home. You will make everything from scratch including the dough. This is no flimsy, crispy New York pizza but a thick, juicy Chicago style dish. If you are serving pizza at a party or craving a pie of your own check this out and whip one up!
If you're a frequent visitor at a local sports bar and restaurant, you've had to have been introduced to those little bite size pieces known as jalapeno poppers. These tasty treats contain jalapeno, cream cheese, and sometimes others ingredients and are the perfect finger food when watching any sporting event. Well in this tutorial, you'll be finding out how to make your own jalapeno poppers, but in pizza form. Sure, it may not be small, but you'll have more ingredients to enjoy and with the ...
Looking for instructions on how to stretch dough when making a pizza? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this video can present a complete demonstration of the process in just under a minute's time. In this guide, World Pizza Champion Tony Gemignani shows the correct technique for "pushing" a pizza, which is a method that fancy pizzaiolos use to get the dough to the right size before moving on to throwing it.
Everybody's favorite food is pizza. But not everybody knows how to actually make a pizza, which is practically a sin. And this "margherita" style pizza is a great one to learn, full of Italian simplicity— red tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and green basil— all the colors of the Italian flag. Check out the recipe for this delicious margherita pizza.
Believe it or not, making it a pizza isn't that hard, so don't resort to ordering out tonight. Try out this quick and easy pizza recipe. Once you have your dough ready to go, and your pizza sauce already made, you just need to start stretching and forming the dough. Punch it out and keep it circular, but it doesn't need to stay perfect. Just try to get the air out, otherwise burnt bubbles will result.
Don't bother ordering out for pizza tonight… try making your own with this easy pizza dough recipe. It's the perfect pizza doughy to begin with, because it's super quick and easy. Most people think that making dough is hard, but this recipe breaks the myth. Just follow the step-by-step instructions and get some pizza sauce ready, and the rest is simple.
Forget cooking pizza sauce… you don't need to cook it. If you're in a hurry, this pizza sauce recipe is the way to go. You basically just add a little tomato paste to some tomato sauce, which thickens the sauce up and gives it a nice texture. Then add some garlic and oregano. Salt and pepper to taste, but be careful not to add too much! This pizza sauce can last for about a week, so no need to rush anymore than you have to, but the longer it sits, the better it tastes!
Easy, delicious and only 5 ingredients. Garlic flavored olive oil
Mamma mia! This year's annual World Pizza Championships, held in Salsomaggiore Terme, Italy, featured taste tests, speed trials, an event called "The Longest Dough Stretch," and best of all: freestyle pizza throwing competitions.
In this video you will learn how to make a chicken Alfredo for pizza for under five dollars. First take a cup of warm water and mix it with a packet of dry yeast. Then pour in a half a teaspoon of salt, two teaspoons of olive oil, then two and a half cups of all purpose flour. Then mix them in your mixer, you want them to mix together until the dough clinks to the dough hook. Then add another half cup of flour and continue mixing them. Then prepare a bowl to let it rise in it needs to rise fo...
This is the first part of a two-part video by Diane Morgan, in which she demonstrates how to make pizza dough. This part describes the actual making of the dough. First, she shows how to proof the yeast in warm water to make sure it is active. The flour goes into the mixer bowl with the dough hook attached. Next she adds he yeast, along with sea salt dissolved in water. This is kneaded together until the dough has formed a nice soft ball. Then she gives it some final kneading by hand and cuts...
The video teaches you how to make mini pizza appetizers. To make this dish, you need pre-made pizza crusts. These pizzas will be white pizzas which means that tomato sauce will not be used. In the video the lady uses a ready made white dip which artichoke and other ingredients. Spread a very thin layer of this dip on to the pizza crust staying within half an inch within the edges. Keeping the layer thin prevents it from melting over and making a mess in the oven. Then take some grilled chicke...
The linked video shows how an elderly woman named Clara makes pizza from scratch. The first thing she does is flatten out the dough using a roller and then she places it on a pan as she continues to flatten out the dough with her hands, and she suggests that you use extra virgin olive oil on the dough. She then puts her homemade sauce, anchovies and both powdered and small pieces of block cheese onto the pizza. Clara then cooked the pizza at 350 de...
Chicago is famous for their deep dish pizza... but what happens if you don't live in Chicago? Make your own deep-dish stuffed Chicago-style pizza with help from this cooking tutorial. Master the art of pizza making and never call out for delivery again!
The secret to the perfect homemade pizza? No need for a professional pizza oven, apparently a cast-iron skillet will do the trick.
Almost everyone loves pizza! Instead of calling out for delivery, why not learn to make it yourself at home? In this two-part cooking tutorial, learn how to make pizza, include the pizza dough and sauce. Ingredients and oven instructions are listed below.
This video is about making and cooking a brick-oven pizza. Below are the steps for preparation. 1. Place 1/2 of a tablespoon of salt into the bowl. Combine that with 1/2 tablespoon of baking powder. Add 3 cups of bread flour. Mix with a whisk.
This is pizza cooking… for men. Tony D'Angelo gives you his own recipe for making a homemade pizza pie. There's nothing better than homemade pizza.
Learn how to make stuffed pizza pockets for your kids. A delicious snack or meal. A larger version of this Italian recipe is often called a calzone. Vary the fillings to your families liking and you will win raves at the table.
Who likes Pizza!?! Well, a pizza wouldn't be a pizza without the dough. It's the major piece of the pizza pie puzzle. Learn close-up how to make pizza dough from scratch with this video recipe tutorial. This Susan's Cooking School video demonstrates each step in the process of making a versatile yeast dough.
So it's Passover right now, and being a Jew in Hawaii is tough! Matzo is hard to find! This quick and easy Passover pizza is a great snack or lunch. Since it’s made in the microwave, it’s also a great recipe for kids to make alone or for college students to make in a dorm room.
This pizza is tasty any time of the year, but its green color makes it a fun treat for St. Patrick’s Day. Especially if your family turns up their noses at corned beef and cabbage! Check out this Howcast video tutorial on how to make green pizza.
The Margherita pizza bears the colors of Italy’s flag: red tomato sauce, white mozzarella cheese, and green basil.
Paula makes pizza on the grill and tops it with veggies and cheese. This version of pizza is a lot healthier than most. Follow along and learn how to prepare and grill a pizza on an open fire. This cooking how-to video is part of Paula's Home Cooking show hosted by Jamie Deen, Paula Deen. Paula Deen, owner of Lady and Sons, a famous Savannah restaurant, is Food Network's resident southern chef. Step inside her kitchen and discover delicious food that's both uncomplicated and comforting. For e...
Why pay for delivery when you can make your own pizza at home? This way you can make the pizza the way you like it. In this cooking how to video our hosts show you how to make a homemade pizza with store bought dough. Some of the other ingredients you will need for this pizza are: garlic, artichokes, olive oil, mozzarella, and tomatoes.
This instructional cooking video demonstrates how to make a non-traditional pizza. Grill it! Shape the pizza dough. Lay it on the grill and close the lid for a few minutes. Flip and repeat this process. Add toppings. Make a traditional pizza... or grill your own nutella dessert pizza.
Rachael Ray has quick and easy ideas for healthy snacks. Use wrap or flat bread. Use smoked mozzarella and a favorite sauce. The thin bread allows the pizza to cook in just a few minutes. Don't forget toppings like ham, arugula and olive oil.