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PostPosted: 07 Nov 2011, 10:34 
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I'm a big fan of fresh homemade pizza and I did these up for diner last night. I thought I'd share as it's quiet easy to make.


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I made 3 different kinds. If your looking at the bottom pic, from left to right: chicken bacon ranch pizza, a supreme type pizza, and a bruschetta pizza.


The dough is the same for all three:

1-3/4 cups of warm water
1 tbsp & 1 tsp sugar
1 small packet of yeast
salt to taste
5 cups flour


First mix the water, sugar, & yeast and set aside. Sift flour into large bowl and add salt. Make a well in the middle of the flour and slowly stir in water mixture pulling in the flour with each stir. Eventually it will get solid enough to work it with flour covered hands. Give it a good kneading and place in a floured bowl, put a warm damp towel over top the bowl and let rise in a warm place for 1 hour.

I then take the dough out of the bowl and cut it into 3 equal pieces. Then with floured covered hands start to work the dough into your crusts. I spray some non stick spray on the pizza pans or cookie sheets. If using a stone you don't need the spray. With all of them I coat the crust with olive oil and then sprinkle on a good bit of garlic.


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The chicken bacon ranch:

1 pound of boneless chicken breast
real bacon bits
ranch dressing
tomato
onions
mushrooms
shredded pizza cheese
sliced good mozzarella cheese
thyme
oregano
pepper & salt
onion powder

Cut chicken onto small pieces, fry chicken in olive oil, and season with dry seasonings above to taste. Cover shell with ranch dressing followed by bacon bits and shredded cheese. Then add chicken & more bacon. Top with sliced mozzarella and thin slices of tomato.


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The supreme:

1/2 pound ham steak (cut into small pieces)
1/2 pound of peperoni
real bacon bits
homemade red sauce
green peppers
onions
mushrooms
shredded pizza cheese

Spread sauce on shell followed by shredded cheese them the meats and vegis. Then more shredded cheese.


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The bruschetta:

olive oil
powdered garlic
oregano
salt and pepper
sliced mozzarella cheese
green peppers
onions
mushrooms
black olives
tomato

Brush crust with olive oil and sprinkle with garlic, oregano, salt, & pepper. Cover with sliced cheese, add peppers, onions, mushrooms, & black olives. Top with more slices of cheese and then thinly sliced tomato on top.


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All are baked at 375 to 400 for about 20 mins. Enjoy :--D


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Doggone Davy, you are the JACK OF ALL TRADES! You wear more hats than Mr. Greenjeans on the Capt'n Kangaroo show! Oh yeah, those pizzas did look good. :wink:

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PostPosted: 08 Nov 2011, 10:47 
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Lol! Swamp :D


Yeah my mind goes a million miles a minute 24/7, 365. I'm always into to something and tend to get bored easily. Even when I'm sitting at home watching the tube I've got something going. I've always said I should by stock in a paper company as I go through lots of it. I'm super lucky to have a girl that not only puts up with me but supports my hobbies as well. :mrgreen:


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I'm a big fan of pizza also Davy. My wife makes a pretty good homemade pizza crust. I told her I wanted to try a barbeque chicken pizza. She made it and it was fantastic! I'm not sure what kind of barbeque sauce she used but she used fresh peppers and onions out of the garden and marinated chicken breast on the grill cut up in decent sized cubes and added to the pizza. :--D

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trapperrick wrote:
I'm a big fan of pizza also Davy. My wife makes a pretty good homemade pizza crust. I told her I wanted to try a barbeque chicken pizza. She made it and it was fantastic! I'm not sure what kind of barbeque sauce she used but she used fresh peppers and onions out of the garden and marinated chicken breast on the grill cut up in decent sized cubes and added to the pizza. :--D

I've done BBQ chicken pizza. It's good :D


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PostPosted: 04 Dec 2011, 21:34 
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those are some pretty good looking pizzas

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