Pizza night doesn't have to be the same basic margherita every week. Give the delivery guy a break, and turn the classic pie on its head with a reinvented version of the family favorite. Making your own pie at home lets your family be in charge of ingredients and gets everyone involved in making a tasty and healthy dinner. These fresh, new pizza creations might surprise you — and one may become your family's new favorite!
Struggling for barbecue meal ideas outside the tried and true burgers and hot dogs? We've got you covered! Not only is grilled pizza easy and fun to prepare, but it's also a great way to showcase superlative Summer produce and can often be vegetarian-friendly. So whether you're craving a gooey meat and cheese affair or something a bit more light and produce-driven, we invite you to fire up the grill and stretch out some dough.
- Make sure your grill is hot! When it comes to pizza crust, the higher the temperature of your grill, the more blistery and chewably crispy your pizza will be. If you don't have a thermometer on your grill, then check the heat using the "Mississippi" test: hold your hand three inches over the grill grates, and start counting, "One Mississippi, two Mississippi, three Mississippi," and so on. If you can only count to two or three before the force of the heat makes you pull back your hands, then you know you've got your grill at 600ºF or higher.
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The result was light and satisfying, with a great combination of sweet and salty flavors. The crunchy texture of the walnuts complemented the wilted greens really well, which served as a great reminder to use this nutritious nut more often.
The recipe includes a simple dough that requires about one hour of rising time, but feel free to use your favorite store-bought pizza dough to make life easier on yourself. Another option is to make the dough ahead of time, freeze it, then take it out to thaw the morning that you plan to make your coca.
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I'm crazy for quinoa and crazy for pizza. Put them together, and you get a nutritious treat featuring the goodness of the whole grain packed with fiber and protein and a savory, gluten-free snack.
The original recipe calls for pepperoni, but being a vegetarian I substituted diced cherry tomatoes for a sweet juiciness that complemented the basil and oregano. Whip these up for a flavorful nibble for your next party appetizer or as a hearty afternoon snack.
Still not sure what you are going to serve on Sunday? How about dip? It's an easy crowd-pleaser that's finger-licking good — and we've got three awesome variations for you to choose from. There's chili con carne for the meat lovers, guacamole for the traditionalists, and pizza dip for those who want to serve something fabulously unexpected. Watch the video now to learn how to make all three!