"Forget about getting Pizza delivered! Impress your friends with a selection of one of these world famous, mouth watering pizza recipes!"...

  There are a few "secrets of the trade" in making your own pizza; once you know them, it is not hard to make your own and it takes very little time. In fact, after you make it a few times you'll wonder why I made such a big deal out of it..

The word "pizza" is from the Italian word pizza
(IPA: /pittsa/), with plural form pizze (IPA: /pit:tse/). The term was originally used to refer to a range of dough-based dishes, and is thought to be derived from pinza

Pizza has become an international food since the toppings can be extensively varied to meet local variations in taste. These pizzas consist of the same basic design but include an exceptionally diverse choice of ingredients, such as anchovies, egg, pineapple, grilled lamb, coconut, sauerkraut, eggplant, lamb, couscous, chicken, fish, and shellfish, meats done in ethnic styles such as Moroccan lamb, kebab or even chicken tikka masala, and non-traditional spices such as curry and Thai sweet chili. Pizzas can also be made without meat for vegetarians, and without cheese for vegans. Breakfast pizzas are topped with ingredients such as scrambled eggs.

Many Pizza Recipes to choose from. Find Pizza dough recipes and Pizza sauce recipes, as well as pizza for everyone's taste. There are Vegetarian Pizza recipes, Mexican Pizza, California Pizza, Cheese Pizza, Mushroom Pizza, Ham and Pineapple Pizza, and Dessert Pizza, too. There is even a special Diabetic recipe for Pizza. There are Hot Pizza's and Cold Pizza's, lots of Pizza's!!

There are a few "secrets of the trade" in making your own pizza; once you know them, it's not hard to make your own and it takes very little time. In fact, after you make it a few times you'll wonder why you made such a big deal out of it.

Inside you will find Hot and Delicious Pizza Recipes like...

  • Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza
  • Beefy Hash Brown Pizza
  • Breakfast Pizza
  • Camper's Pizza
  • Cheese Steak Pizza
  • Easy Bake Oven Deep Dish Pizza
  • Ground Beef Pizza
  • Heart Shaped Valentine Pizza
  • Hot 'n Sweet Pizza
  • Low Carb Pizza
  • Philly Cheese Steak Crescent Pizza
  • Pop-Up Pizza Casserole
  • Sloppy Joe Pizza
  • Southwest Beef & Chile Pizza
  • Super Stuffed Pizza
  • Spam Pizza
  • Supreme Pizza
  • Spinach And Goat Cheese French Bread Pizza
  • Three-Cheese Pizza With Mushrooms and Basil
  • French Bread Pizza
  • Truffle Pizza
  • Upside Down Pizza
  • White Pizza with Mascarpone and Smoked Mozzarella
  • Barbecue Chicken Pizza
  • Burrito Mexicalian Pizza
  • Caramelized Onion And Gorgonzola Pizza
  • Cheesy Pepper and Mushroom Pizza
  • Double Filled Mushroom Pizza
  • And many more great recipes...

In its native form, a pizza (occasionally, pizza pie) is an oven-baked, flat, usually circular bread covered with tomato sauce and cheese with optional toppings. The cheese is usually mozzarella or sometimes a mixture of several specialty cheeses. Various other foodstuffs may be added to this design as toppings, most typically:

     herbs and seasonings such as basil, oregano, and garlic

     vegetables such as bell peppers, asparagus, broccoli,
            mushrooms, olives, onions

     meat, seafood or fish products, sausage, (especially
            pepperoni or salami), ham, bacon, ground beef, anchovies
            and shrimp

The crust is traditionally plain but may also be seasoned with butter, garlic, or herbs; or stuffed, with cheese, for example. Pizza is normally eaten hot (typically at lunch or dinner), but leftovers are often eaten cold.

Take-out and frozen pizza are acceptable quickie dinners when you are up against the clock, but why relegate pizza as a desperation meal? Making your own at home is really not that difficult or time-consuming. With a bit of careful planning of toppings, you also have a balanced meal all in one simple package. Luckily, most kids adore pizza, so you can enlist your children in the process.

 Learn about the background of pizza before delving into the pizza recipes.

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