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Member Name: star3683
Advantages: tassty, homemade pizza
My fiancÚ loves pizza and I must say I am quite a fan too, even though it is not the healthiest option it tastes very good and is to me somewhat of a comfort food. When I lived at home my parents hardly ever brought readymade pizza's, my mum either made a fresh dough base or my dad made pizzas from using a French stick as a base. But a few weeks ago I decided to give my own quick pizzas a go and they turned out to be a great success.
On a trip to Tesco's I spotted a new product in the bakery isle in the form of Warburton's sandwich thins. They are basically like a flat Panini but sliced through the middle making an instant sandwich case. When I brought them I did intend to use them either to make normal sandwiches or toasted sandwiches, but then I thought that maybe split into two they would make little pizza bases.
So I decided to give the pizzas a go, I began by lightly toasting the sandwich thins in the toaster as I didn't want them to have a soggy base once the toppings went on. I then mixed a tin of chopped tomatoes with some tomato puree and a few mixed herbs to add a little bit of extra flavour and placed a good spoonful on each base. After this I topped them with grated cheese, ham and thinly sliced mushrooms.
To warm the pizzas through and to cook the topping I placed them under the grill for a few mins until the cheese was bubbling and beginning to brown. My partner absolutely loved my mini pizza creations and we had them again the next evening with the leftover ingredients. The sandwich thin bases were as good as a proper pizza base if not better, as with them being so thin and crispy they allowed the taste of the toppings to be more prominent.
I would definitely recommend trying this recipe, you can add whatever toppings you like to make great little pizzas. They would also be good to make with children allowing them to make their own pizzas that are quick, easy and versatile.
Summary: quick easy dinner
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