Pizza and Stuffed Bread Recipes
You may not be able to make the same pizza at home that you get at your favorite pizzeria, but you can make very, very good pizza;
plus you get the satisfaction and pleasure of producing it yourself.
Learn how to make a homemade pizza using a pizza stone and pizza peel. Find the correct oven temperature to bake a pizza, and how to grill a pizza.
Basic Pizza Dough
Whole Wheat Pizza Dough
Neopolitan-Style Pizza Dough
Bread Machine Pizza Dough
Garlic and Herb Bread Machine Pizza Dough
A good pizza sauce is an essential ingredient when creating a delicious homemade pizza.
These pizza sauce recipes are both simple to make and full of tomato flavor.
Four Cheese Pizza
Roasted Garlic Pizza
Sausage, Tomato, and Artichoke Pizza
If you buy ready-made pizza dough, it's so quick and easy, you can have a delicious pizza in about 15 minutes.
This recipe combines the flavors of Buffalo Chicken Wings with the crisp ciabatta bread.
A calzone is a savory Italian turnover made from pizza dough and stuffed with cheese (usually mozzarella and ricotta) and a variety of other stuffing ingredients.
Stromboli is a bread that is rolled into a loaf and filled with Italian cheeses, meats, and/or vegetables.
Antimo Caputo 00 pizzeria flour is used by some of the best pizza makers around the world, especially in most Pizza Napoletana restaurants. The Caputo family has been producing the flour in Naples for over three generations and is considered an essential ingredient along with San Marzano D.O.P. Tomatoes. If you are looking for a tasty crisp crust, we recommend Caputo Tipo 00, a finely ground flour with 12.5% gluten.
Some useful food words or terms that you may find in
Italian recipes, while dining at an Italian restaurant, or traveling in Italy.
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.
Split a loaf of Italian bread lengthwise into 2 pieces. Place the bread, cut side up, on a baking sheet. Stir together finely minced fresh garlic and softened butter. Spread over both pieces of bread. Sprinkle some grated Parmesan cheese and chopped parsley over the top. Bake for 10-15 minutes, or until just starting to turn golden brown.
Some people cringe at the idea of using garlic powder instead of fresh garlic, but for this recipe I find that it works equally as well. Simply spread the butter over the bread, sprinkle generously with garlic powder, add the Parmesan and parsley, and bake.
A combination of ricotta and Parmesan create a creamy base for the sauteed kale and Italian sausage over the crisp bread crust.
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