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Sicilian Christmas Pizza (Sfincione) – Finally, a Pizza with More Carbs

Topping a thick-crust pizza with breadcrumbs might sound like a strange idea, but it really is the secret sauce behind this Sicilian Christmas Pizza. Well, that and the actual secret sauce. Speaking of secrets, whether you tell your friends and family that the sauce is made with onions and anchovies is your business, but if you think that’ll turn them …

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Detroit-Style Pizza – This “Rock City” Pizza Rocks

The next time you hear people arguing about whether Chicagoor New York has the best pizza, politely interrupt them, and make sure they know about Detroit-style, since it really should be part of the discussion. And by discussion, I mean heated argument. Even though Detroit-style pizza is often referred to as “deep dish,” I don’t think that accurately captures the …

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PAN PIZZA RECIPE

INGREDIENTS Butter flavored Pam 1 (8 Ounce) Can Tomato Sauce  1 tbs. Dry Oregano  1/2 tbs. Marjoram  1/2 tbs Dry Basil  1/2 tbs Garlic Salt 1 tbs Sugar  1 pk. Dry Yeast  1/3 cup Warm Water (105F)   1/3 cup Non-fat dry Milk  1/3 tbs Salt  4 cups Flour  2 tbs Vegetable Oil (for dough)  ounces Vegetable Oil (3 oz. per pan)    METHOD Sauce: 0) Combine ingredients and let sit for 1 hour. For Each Nine Inch Pizza: 1. Preheat oven to 475F 2. 2. Spoon 1/3 cup sauce on dough and spread to within …

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Chicago Deep Dish Pizza, or “Pizza” As We Call It In New York

The biggest problem with Chicago-style deep dish pizza, especially for a New Yorker, is that it’s called “pizza.” I’m not sure what else it could’ve, or should’ve been called, but when you grow eating thin-crust, and all of a sudden someone hands you a plate of this, with a fork, and calls it pizza, it’s quite the shock to the …

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Pizza Lasagna Rolls

I love a twist on a classic. Who ever thought about putting pepperoni in a lasagna roll? Well, it’s delicious. It may require a little more time to roll them all up, but guess what…you can do it the day before or even earlier in the day and put it in the fridge until you want to bake it and …

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Bubble Pizza

Sometimes I need a FAST and easy dinner that I know the kids will love. Who am I kidding I need that ALL the time!! I’m noticing if it takes longer than 15 minutes to prepare a meal, I’m going to be outnumbered and stressed and I hate feeling that way. Especially at the end of the day. I’ve been …

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Italian Recipes: Calzone ( Turnover pizza)

Calzone A Calzone normally meaning “stocking” or “trouser” is a Turn over commonly mistaken as a folded pizza. It is  shaped like a half-moon and made of salted bread dough. The Calzone is folded over and filled with ingredients common to pizza. The typical Calzone is stuffed with Tomato, mozzarella cheese and sauce, and may include other ingredients that are normally associated with pizza toppings. I …

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Pizza Rollups

I had this genius idea one day. ANYTHING can go in a crescent roll:) So lately I’ve been trying all sorts of things!! My favorite combo is the pizza one. I made it once and then made it 3 more times. It’s also a KID FAVORITE. Is so easy, so delicious and perfect for those nights that your short on …

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Moroccan lamb pizza recipe

Photo: Moroccan lamb pizza recipe The Middle Eastern Food Kitchen (The home of delicious Middle Eastern Food Recipes) invites you to try Moroccan lamb pizza Recipe. Enjoy a collections of quick & easy Middle Eastern food recipes and learn how to make Moroccan lamb pizza.   Top a pre-bought pizza base with Moroccan-seasoned lamb for a tasty Thursday night dinner. Ingredients …

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Pizza Casserole

Well, this immediately became our new family favorite. It is DELICIOUS!! And it’s so easy to just throw together at the last minute, which I love. It also can feed an entire army, which was OK because we just ate it for leftovers day after day after day…DELICIOUS.  1 can Pillsbury uncut crescent roll dough (Top crust) 1 can Pillsbury …

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