And we make pizza dough for our base :-)
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17-01-2013 08:18 #11
Re: Homemade pizzas
17-01-2013 08:33 #12
Garlic and Herbs infused in an Alfredo sauce on base
Sprinkle with mixed cheeses lightly
Top with more mixed cheese and herbs
(The meat isn't caked on either, just balanced nicely and not loads of it)
Garlic and Herb infused Alfredo sauce
(Garlic cheese pizza)
Garlic and Herb infused Alfredo Sauce (or a BBQ sauce)
Pork belly shaved
Frankfurt or cabinossi
Chives and other herbs
(DPs favourite and he loads his toppings on).
All thin base and varying from those thin pizza bases, herb pizza bases, lavash bread, wrap bread, puff pastry what ever we feel like at the time.
17-01-2013 08:33 #13
Tomato base with onion, garlic and oregano
17-01-2013 09:00 #14
Ham, pineapple & chicken
I prefer a tomato base with lots of garlic
17-01-2013 12:57 #15
Using corn relish as the base sauce, and popping on some mushrooms, bacon and baby spinach (with cheese). The relish is lovely and sweet, and works well with the salty cheese and bacon!
17-01-2013 13:06 #16Senior Member
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We have pizza at least once a week! Yum!
We usually have a combination of-
margarita (tomato and oregano base with cheese)
ham and mushroom and cheese
mushroom and parmesan
salami/pepperoni with cheese
feta, pumpkin and pinenuts on a basil pesto base
rocket and parmesan.
I'm craving pizza now!
17-01-2013 13:09 #17
17-01-2013 13:13 #18Senior Member
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- Jul 2011
Lamb mince, garlic and fetta (no tomato sauce) with a squeeze if lemon over the top just before eating.
17-01-2013 13:27 #19
My and DS favourite is ham, cheese and prawns and DF loves salami, onion, capsicum and mushrooms. We use pita bread bases.
17-01-2013 13:58 #20
Roasted potato, roasted pumpkin, bacon, red capsicum and baby spinach with cheese
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