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    we made homemade pizza last night .from the dough paula dean recipe.

    cheated and used prego quick sauce lots of cheese and pepperioni

    it was reallygood

    #2
    Originally posted by vani
    I don't like pizza.
    You don't like pizza!? I always thought it was one of Italy's greatest gifts.
    If made right it can have all 4 food groups in it.
    Veni.Vidi,Velcro...I came, I saw, I stuck around.

    Vidi, Vici, et Veni, et Veni, et Veni...

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      #3
      Originally posted by MarkPals View Post
      You don't like pizza!? I always thought it was one of Italy's greatest gifts.
      Spammers don't eat pizza Mark they're fishers !! Had to put him/her in the slammer!

      Obieone
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        #4
        Originally posted by vjls View Post
        we made homemade pizza last night .from the dough paula dean recipe.

        cheated and used prego quick sauce lots of cheese and pepperioni

        it was reallygood
        I've made homemade pizza a couple times and would love to master it! Take some pic's if you can to share with us next time!!! Food Porn tastes great! I have the slobber marks on my screen to prove it!
        Larry
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          #5
          Pizza......drool, drool,.........the most perfect food in the world from my perspective. I just had one with black olives, spinach, feta cheese added to the regular cheese. Yum!

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            #6
            I cheat when I make pizza too. I use a loaf of french bread fresh from the albertsons bakery and then put my toppings on it after I've split the loaf lengthwise.

            I used to work 12 hour shifts five days a week, so was always looking for ways to cheat time when preparing dinner or lunches for my kids.

            Try using a french bread crust sometime. Any loaf of soft french bread will do.
            Anything worth doing, is worth doing to excess

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              #7
              That 4 cheese cream sauce is an awesome beginning to add chopped chicken and garlic and onions...Real yummy...even used bagels one time...double yum...

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                #8
                I've tried the Boboli ready-made crust a couple times, turned out excellent. We put it directly on the oven rack, made it very crispy.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by skippy13 View Post
                  I cheat when I make pizza too. I use a loaf of french bread fresh from the albertsons bakery and then put my toppings on it after I've split the loaf lengthwise.

                  I used to work 12 hour shifts five days a week, so was always looking for ways to cheat time when preparing dinner or lunches for my kids.

                  Try using a french bread crust sometime. Any loaf of soft french bread will do.
                  Oh this sounds very good. I am going to have to try it very soon. In the past I have made mini pizzas on pitas and on naan bread but have never thought of french bread. Thanks for the tip Skippy!

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                    #10
                    bread machines has recipes for pizza dough, turns out great, every couple months i'll take my machine over moms and load it and my mom's machines up, make about 7 large pizzas, each loaded how people want them, they turn out great.
                    and the sauce, just start with can of tomato paste and 2 tomato sauce, add some spices, damn i'm hungry now
                    We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.
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                      #11
                      Originally posted by brucec View Post
                      bread machines has recipes for pizza dough, turns out great, every couple months i'll take my machine over moms and load it and my mom's machines up, make about 7 large pizzas, each loaded how people want them, they turn out great.
                      and the sauce, just start with can of tomato paste and 2 tomato sauce, add some spices, damn i'm hungry now
                      Interesting. I didn't know you could make pizza dough in a bread maker. Although I guess that makes sense since it's bread lol. I have owned a bread maker for like 8 years. And I don't even think its been used once. Is the pizza dough hard to make? I would have to ask somebody to do it for me but if its not that hard, my nephew can help.

                      I have a George Foreman 360 grill that comes with a number of different plates, including one especially for cooking pizza. I haven't tried the pizza plate yet though. Maybe some dough from the bread maker would be fun to try with it.

                      Eileen do you have a 360 grill? For some reason I am remembering that you do, although it could be a false memory lol. If you do, have you ever made home made pizza in it? If you did how was it? I was also thinking of trying a frozen pizza in it. But I would guess it might have to thaw first to cook.

                      Last edited by orangejello; 12 Dec 2009, 9:54 PM.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by orangejello View Post
                        Interesting. I didn't know you could make pizza dough in a bread maker. Although I guess that makes sense since it's bread lol. I have owned a bread maker for like 8 years. And I don't even think its been used once. Is the pizza dough hard to make? I would have to ask somebody to do it for me but if its not that hard, my nephew can help.

                        I have a George Foreman 360 grill that comes with a number of different plates, including one especially for cooking pizza. I haven't tried the pizza plate yet though. Maybe some dough from the bread maker would be fun to try with it.

                        Eileen do you have a 360 grill? For some reason I am remembering that you do, although it could be a false memory lol. If you do, have you ever made home made pizza in it? If you did how was it? I was also thinking of trying a frozen pizza in it. But I would guess it might have to thaw first to cook.

                        the ones we have came with the booklet for making pretzels, pizza dough and a few other items, same as bread just different amounts i believe
                        We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.
                        Ronald Reagan

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                          #13
                          Make your own Boboli crusts in your bread machine. Use the dough cycle, then precook them on a cookie sheet. Cover them with a dinner napkin or some other non linting fabric, then a dish towel and then cover loosely with a plastic sheet (like a new trash bag) to get the tender chewy crusts not the crunchy hard to eat crusts.

                          The steam captured by the plastic sheet during cooling will soften the crusts to chewy rather than crunchy. i use this method when I bake bread too. I never cook in the bread machine, just use the dough cycle and then shape it myself. Looks like I went to much more trouble than I really did.lol.

                          This is a good method for pretzels too as it creates the soft chewy texture that you want in a good soft pretzel.
                          Anything worth doing, is worth doing to excess

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                            #14
                            OJ, it's not me with the 360 grill. I have something far easier. According to my iPhone the restaurant right next door is exactly 56 yards away, and they make awesome pizzas! I can literally call them, comb my hair, and go pick it up because it is already and waiting.......I am totally spoiled by my location.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Eileen View Post
                              OJ, it's not me with the 360 grill. I have something far easier. According to my iPhone the restaurant right next door is exactly 56 yards away, and they make awesome pizzas! I can literally call them, comb my hair, and go pick it up because it is already and waiting.......I am totally spoiled by my location.
                              My closest is 90. Meters even!
                              www.worldonwheels.ca

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