Easy Homemade Pizza

• 13 April 2010
































I am sharing the recipe our family uses for easy homemade pizza over at Zupas today. It takes about 5-10 minutes to prepare and beats any Boboli crust by a long shot. Oh, and most importantly it is really, really good!

Click here for the recipe.

15 comments:

Rachael said...

Have you tried the recipe from Pizzeria Bianco in the May 2009 MS Living? We've found that to be our favorite one, hands-down! (my favorite topping combination: fresh basil pesto, grilled eggplant, thin rounds of red onion, and shavings of Parmesan).

melissa marie said...

ah, i've got that bowl set. i love it.

BlueGrassandGreenTomatoes said...

Yum! Thanks!

7rish said...

wow, can't wait to try it! my son and i have been wanting to attempt a home made pizza for some time!

a pina colada said...

I'm excited to try this! and congrats on the big news of the new little one. That is fantastic news!

Laura said...

Thanks, I have a pizza stone and now I am inspired!
Laura in Ludwigsburg

Elizabeth Johnson said...

Thanks for sharing! I have the same bowl set too! It is so fun.

Horsley Family said...

hey... where is that adorable bowl set from?

stephmodo said...

The bowl set if from Martha's line at Macy's. Love the set!

momentary lapse said...

I would love to try this recipe but I can't find it on the website.

Stephanie said...

Momentary lapse: I updated the link. Thank you for the heads up! It should work now.

Rachael: I have those recipes clipped out but haven't tried them yet...thank you for the encouragement. Must.try.soon.

Petra said...

Would you mind checking the link for this recipe - it no longer opens the recipe on the Zupas page - I'd love to make your pizza dough, my children are very excited to try it.

Stephanie said...

Petra, try this. I'll try to update the permanent link soon. Enjoy!

http://www.zupas.com/index.php/2010/04/easy-homemade-pizza/

Petra said...

Thank you, Stephanie, and I did eventually manage to get to it by scrolling back to when it was posted - but the link is working again and I hope many people will find it and be inspired to try the recipe because it's fantastic. I'll tell you what a hit it has been in our household - we not only use it to make the most delicious pizzas (I like to make them individually sized and we can customise our toppings) - BUT, I have also played around with this oh so easy and fun recipe and added garlic and rosemary and baked it into a divine rustic loaf, and have tried it with a decadent cup of cubed smoked gouda added for another wonderful loaf. When we are feeling more austere we use half wholewheat for a loaf or pizza crusts and it's still fab. As you can see it's positively taken over in our home! Thanks for sharing this and so many other beauties. The photos and instructions are so well done too.

Stephanie said...

Petra, thanks for letting me know. I love hearing things like that!

Rachael, I have some images from the spread in my binder, but I must've missed their recipe...I'd love their tomato sauce recipe...do you have it?

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