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.
Forget about regular pizza, try this pizza gana, an Italian specialty, which is made once a year during Easter. But that doesn't mean you can't cheat and make it whenever you want, because this pizza gana, this meat pie, is sure worth making whenever you want.
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.
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!
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?
is a video presentation about "Shaping Pizza Dough" and to mastering great at home is shaping and stretching the dough. Put the dough in plastic cover for 6 to 8 hours in room temperature or 12 to 24 hours in refrigerator in an sticky form. Then, sprinkle little bit flour and peel the dough into small pieces. Then, take your fingers and punch down the dough and forming a round shape. By using the rolling pan, make smooth edge dough in round shape and then...
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:
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.
I'm constantly searching for a homemade pizza dough that tastes good, but isn't too challenging to execute—in other words, a recipe that doesn't require the learned and magical skill of "dough whispering" (something I've yet to attain, but hope to achieve someday).
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.
Just because you are eating vegan food now doesn't mean you have to give up pizza. This pizza how to video tutorial demonstrates how to prepare a completely vegan pizza pie from scratch. Watch and learn how easy it is to make. Top your pizza with your favorite veggie toppings and bake.
The whole family loves pizza! Why not allow them to make and put their favorite toppings. Watch this how to video and learn how to make your own homemade pizzas that the whole family will enjoy.
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.
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.
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...
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.
Easy, delicious and only 5 ingredients. Garlic flavored olive oil
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.
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...
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.
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 video, Daniel Zondervan shows us how to cook frozen pizzas and make them fancy. This is great for bachelors or anyone without the time to cook a pizza from scratch. First, purchase a frozen pepperoni pizza from the store. Take it out of the package and add some leftovers from your fridge! You can add: olives, chicken, more cheese, onions, mushrooms and much more. Just add these to the top of your frozen pizza and cook as directed. You can add just about anything you'd like and make a ...
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.
Why should pizza shops have all the fun! Carrie shows her crew a new twist on how to toss a perfect mini pie. It smells like pizza, it tastes like pizza, but it looks like it's been zapped by a shrinking machine! It's the pizzetta! Follow along with this cooking how-to video to learn how to bake a pizzetta with your kids.
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.
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...
No brick oven pizza joints around? Miss that unique flavor and crust only high dry heat and bricks can produce? Wish you could make an authentic old time brick oven pizza, just like the famous pizza houses in New York and New Haven? It's easy to do with a few bricks, your charcoal grill, and some simple tips as shown by one of the BBQ Pit Boys in this how to video.
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.
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...
Chef Hubert Keller is known for his ingenuity in cooking, like when Frank Sinatra came into his restaurant and ordered something not on the menu — a pizza. Quickly, he had to come up with a great pizza recipe and this is what's come of it. Check out the recipe for this mouthwatering pizza from Chef Hubert Keller. You learn the whole process, from dough to sauce to baking.
Oh yes, pizza fans, just in time for all your Christmas entertaining and the big bowl season. In this latest episode of "Pie In The Sky", I'm showing you the final steps to start creating the best pizzas in town . So , fire up those ovens and stir that tomato paste , because the prime time for fresh pizza is fast approaching.
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).
Also known as a "stuffed pizza", calzone makes a change to the regular flat-topped Italian favorite and you can experiment with different fillings. Delve into our calzone recipe. Make a calzone (stuffed 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.
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.
Watch this instructional video to learn how to cook a Sicilian pizza. All you need is flour, yeast, olive oil, salt, water, tomato sauce, and cheese. This food is mouth watering.
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.
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.
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!
The secret to the perfect homemade pizza? No need for a professional pizza oven, apparently a cast-iron skillet will do the trick.