Authentic Italian Potato Pizza is one of the most surprisingly delicious pizzas I've ever tasted. Have you ever had potato pizza? If not, don't wait any longer!
This is a comforting wholesome pumpkin focaccia side dish I made in Pizza Bianca style especially for Thanksgiving. It has a soft and spongy base with a crispy brown outer crust and topped with a cream cheese based white sauce, mozzarella cheese and scalloped red potatoes. The freshly made cranberry sauce went hand in hand with it and kicked it up a notch elevating it to another level. I loved it and my husband enjoyed it too.
A few days ago, I saw a movie of a pizza with a potato base on internet. Interesting and so I tried one myself... Ingredients: 5 small sized potatoes 1 can of
In one of my first nutrition classes, we read the book Nourishing Wisdom and I distinctly recall a section about the flavor of place, and how the author found himself loving and craving pizza when …
Aloo Paneer, an Indian preparation of potatoes and cottage cheese stir-fried in spices. This makes a great Indian vegetable preparation. One great diversion from norm is to layer aloo paneer over a pizza crust and bake to crispy perfection. Mouthfuls of warm softened Paneer with spiced potatoes will have you hooked to this simple vegetable toss.
Thinly sliced potatoes tossed with olive oil and rosemary then lightly sprinkled with mozzarella cheese and baked on a homemade pizza crust.
How to make a Steak and Potato Pizza. Ingredients: 2 medium potatoes, cut into 1/2 inch pieces1 cup water12 oz steak of your choice, cut into 1 inch pieces4 large cloves of garlic1 Tbs olive oil1 uncooked pizza crust12-16 oz shredded pizza cheese1 tsp dried rosemary1/2 cup red onion, sliced into sma
Much-loved Parsi classic, ‘papeta per eedu’ (eggs on potatoes). While traditionally, there are no peas in this dish, I like the green texture it adds and the cheddar cheese gives a special taste to this recipe.
Breakfast potatoes are usually not even worth eating; but these change the game! Crispy potatoes loaded with crumbled Italian sausage and toasted shallots.
An Italian pizza prepared in four sections, each section representing one of the four seasons. Artichokes represent spring, tomatoes represent summer, mushrooms represent autumn, and olives represent winter.
Here is a delicious recipe that I have been working on this weekend. I always wanted to create gluten-free calzones from scratch that were simple enough for anyone to make. Calzone is an Italian oven-baked folded pizza with various fillings. First time I was introduced to calzones was during my travels in the south of […]
1. In a standing mixer combine the yeast, water, honey and 1 TBSP of the oil and let sit for 5 minutes.2. Add flour and 1/2 tsp of the salt and mix with a dough hook until dough pulls away from the sides, add small amounts of flour and/or water if necessary.3. In a large bowl add the 1 tsp of oil. Form dough into a ball and place in the bowl with the oil and flip dough around to coat. Let rise about 30 minutes.4. Heat the sausage in a pan until cooked through breaking it up into small pieces as you go.5. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Pull out a pizza pan about 16 inches in diameter.6. In a bowl combine the tomato sauce, basil, oregano, garlic and the 1/8 tsp salt.7. Turn dough onto a lightly floured counter top and form into a circle working from the middle and pressing with your fingers.8. Make the dough circle diameter about 20 inches (4 inches larger than the diameter of your pizza pan). Place the dough on the pizza pan so it overlaps the edges of the pan.9. Place the cheese strips on the dough around the edge of the pan and then sprinkle the crumbled bacon on top of the cheese strips.10. Roll the overlapping edge of the dough over the cheese and bacon and press with your fingers to seal.11. Place 4 ounces of the sauce on the pizza dough and spread evenly covering the entire pizza, crust and all.12. Top the center of the pizza with the shredded mozzarella and then top with the sausage.13. Place in the oven and bake for about 14 minutes or until crust is a golden brown.14. Serve pizza with the remaining sauce to dip your crusts in.
A pasta salad for all the spaghetti and cold pizza lovers. Simple, versatile, and delicious!
Gnocchi is an Italian dish that falls in the pasta category, although it is made mainly from cooked potatoes that are formed into soft, pillow-like dumplings served with an array of different sauces.These gluten-free potato gnocchi are served with either a sage butter sauce or homemade pesto sauce. The recipes for these sauces are included in the recipe card.
This is an uncomplicated, gluten-free pizza dough that will give you perfect pizza bases providing it is baked in a very hot oven.Included in the recipe card is a basic Italian tomato pizza sauce and a fuss-free Neapolitan Margherita topping.Enjoy topping the pizza crust with the suggested toppings in my blog or have fun creating your own for a fun pizza night with friends and family.
How to make a Sausage and Mushroom Calzone. Ingredients for 4 servings: 2 cups homemade of store bought pizza sauce12 oz sweet Italian sausage, casings removed1 cup mushrooms sliced1 lb pizza dough1 -1/2 cups mozzarella cheese, shredded1 tablespoon parmesan cheese grated Directions: Cook sausage and
Tuna Stromboli: Simple pizza crust turnover filled with tomato salsa, tuna and mozzarella. Buon appetito ! What amazes me the most about Italian food is its si
How to make Portobello Mushroom Pizzas. Ingredients: Serves 2 4 portobello mushrooms gills and stems removed2 tablespoons olive oil plus more for coating baking sheet1 teaspoon italian seasoning¼ cup pizza sauce½ cup shredded mozzarella cheese4-6 cherry tomatoes sliced2 garlic cloves pressed Instruc
An Italian style pizza made with fresh mozzarella, artichokes, prosciutto, mushrooms, and tomatoes.
A thick and buttery homemade pizza crust with mozzarella cheese and homemade Italian sausage then topped with a fresh chunky tomato sauce and freshly grated Parmesan cheese.