Amazon.) These pans make the best pizza crust, and we've made a variety of kinds too. Some times it's clean out the fridge and use whatever toppings we have, and then sometimes we get fancy.
Last week was a fancy pizza of sorts, but another Cooking Light inspired recipe. I found this recipe for margherita pizza and Brian agreed it sounded good. Our favorite pizza to go out and get is BJ's, half BBQ chicken, half sweet pig. On both of those pizzas they put stewed tomatoes, so good. So for our margherita pizza I substituted the plum tomatoes for Italian stewed tomatoes. I also put some of the tomato juice on the crust along with the olive oil and garlic.
For the crust, the recipe calls for any old refrigerator pizza dough, might I suggest Trader Joe's pizza dough. It's super cheap and really good. (I have a recipe for home made dough, but that can be another post.) I even store the dough in the freezer and just let it thaw out the day I'm going to use it. Works like a charm. These pizzas were really good. I liked them more than I thought I would since they don't call for any sauce. Pretty healthy too!
Cooking Light-Margherita Pizza