Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Bellisimo!!

Who doesn't like pizza? It' so easy to make your own and so much yummier
 Partly cooked pizza bases
 Fresh ingredients, with basil plucked from our garden
The girls spread the sauce and then add on whatever they like.
 The result


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30 comments:

  1. That looks so good! Think I'm going to have to make pizza for tea tonight!!! Thanks for inspiring me :)

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    1. You are welcome. My girls love it for tea. Rachel x

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  2. Mmmmm, deliciously captured!

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  3. Looks good, but (alas) I am coeliac (and lazy) so rely on ridiculously expensive GF bases I can buy... (or bought GF pizzas).

    For me it's all in the topping!

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    1. Hi Deb, my husband has mild coeliac. So, I only make this when he is not around. We have a local place that does gluten free so I take the easy way and order in for him. Rachel x

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  4. They look divine!! You need to post the recipe for the bases. I've never found a good one.

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    1. Hi Beck, thanks. They are really easy.

      I play it by ear, so I don't have any amounts. Don't you hate people like that.

      Pizza flour with a little salt, put aside a little warm water with a little sugar and dry yeast mixed in until it foams, then mix in water/yeast mixture with a dribble of olive oil. Knead and sit, raise, knead roll, part cook, then load up with yummy stuff and cook again. It's is really easy and good.

      I wonder if any of that makes sense?

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  5. Oh yum, I love home made pizza! I don't usually go so far as to make my own base though, I take the easy way out and buy those. :-)

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    1. Hi Lisa, once I made it I realised how easy it is. It great as an emergency entree for guests. I just make it really thin and put garlic, salt and olive oil on it. Mmm. Rachel x

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  6. You had me at pine nuts! Take off the olives and you've made a pretty fabulous pizza! Redcliffe's not that far from Morayfield. I'm comin' over! Preheat the oven. :D

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    1. I love pine nuts. I put them in almost anything, Haha, you are welcome anytime and I'll hold the olives. :)

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  7. YUMMO!! I love homemade pizza. I use flat bread as a base, never made my own dough. Maybe I should try.

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    1. Hi Thea, you should. It's so easy and great for emergencies. Rachel x

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  8. Its always more satisfying when you make your own pizza base. Might add that to dinner one time next week.

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    1. I know, it really is more satisfying. Plus, it's always hot and fresh. R xx

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  9. So much fun. My children love making piza too

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    1. Hi Tamara, kids are funny. Mine think they made pizza even though I did all the work :). Rachel x

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  10. Yum!
    We did these on Friday night...forgot the basil though

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    1. Hello Ally, I would have forgotten the basil too until I walked past in when I was coming in from my car. It's handy to grow. :). Rachel x

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  11. These pizzas look awesome... love love love homemade pizza... Oh and Basil is my have thing!! I bet these tasted great!!

    BTW just discovered your blog and I am in love!!! xx

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    1. Hi Javajane. I love love homemade pizza too. So much better than shop bought. I am so glad you found us and like us. I hope you see you around more. Rachel x

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  12. hmm consdering I just ate steak, and had pizza lastnight.. Im hungry!! yummo Looks good

    We use pita bread as pizza bases.. but if we did make our own (we bought a bbq stand thing to cook them on) we use Lauke Pizza and Foccacia flour.. We're trying to find a ciabatta flour to make matching garlic bread :)

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    1. Haha, do you hate that. I haven't seen any ciabatta flour, but I have to find it now. Thanks, Rachel x

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  13. Ahhh it's the basil that makes it don't you think? Mmmm... now I'm hungry! :)

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    1. The basil takes it to a whole new level. I love it fresh on top instead of cooked into the filling. Thanks for commenting. Rachel x

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