Pizza may top the list of all time greatest foods on Earth and I love making traditional pizzas at home. Here I show you how to make a Tomato & Basil Flatbread pizza that is so easy to make you won’t believe it, and everyone else will think you’re a professional chef. I make flatbread pizzas with pita bread, or sometimes naan, which is a ton easier than raw pizza dough.
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I love making pizzas at home. With a few simple tricks, they are easy to make, and the choice of toppings are nearly endless, making it easy to catere to everyone’s tastes, and even the changing seasons. Here, I show you how to make a sun dried tomato and goat cheese pizza.
Tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches bring back some great childhood memories. Those days it was tomato soup from a can, rather than this homemade fresh version, which has become the new staple in my house. I use a roasted chile pepper, as well as some fire roasted tomatoes, to add to the complexity of the flavors in this tomato soup, and I’m sure that you are g
Over the years, I’ve learned that Spaghetti is not Spaghetti, is not Spaghetti. The rich, and wonderful tomato sauce that my mom made us growing up, is closest to a Bolognese sauce. On the much lighter, faster, and easier to cook end of the spectrum is a Pomodoro sauce. Pomodoro is meant to be a fast and easy tomato sauce with a relatively few, fresh ingredients.
Simple dishes like this Spaghetti with Artichokes and Tomato, are among my favorite thing to make. The sauce takes just about the same amount of time, as cooking the spaghetti it self. So it’s super fast to make. And treated right, the ingredients come together in perfect harmony, giving a ton of flavor and the impression, that it’s a recipe you’ve been working on for hours.
While vegetables can be great very simply prepared - especially when fresh and in season. However, I also love through a few vegetables together to combine flavors and textures that really make something special. This recipe for Zucchini and Sun Dried Tomato is simple to prepare, and makes a great side dish for chicken, pork and fish. Give it a try, and hope you enjoy it!
Homemade pizza’s have become a favorite of mine. They are easy to make and the diversiy of ingredients you can use, means that you can please just about anyone’s tastes. For this recipe, I show you how to make what I’m calling my “Chunky Tomato Pizza”. It’s a take on a standard margarita pizza, but instead of a smooth tomato sauce, I keep large chunks of diced tomato in the sauce.
Vegetable soup is one of those recipes, like chili, where isn’t really a recipe. There are so many different versions and styles, you can try a 1,000 versions without any repeats. In fact, frequently “clean out the fridge” day at my house frequently results in a pot of vegetable soup on the stove, because I’ll make it with just about anything I find. In this recipe, I show you a pretty basic
The hardest thing about publishing a recipe for Chili Con Carne, is that there is no ONE recipe for chili con carne! It’s one of those recipes, that is so customizable, it’s almost more a collection of loose techniques, or even a style of cooking, rather than a specific recipe. I even change my recipe just about every time I cook it.
As a kid, my mother cooked spaghetti sauce. And it was great, but there was one recipe and one recipe only. Over the years, I’ve come to discover the wide variety of different pasta sauce recipes, and one of my favorites is Arrabiata Sauce. Arrabiata sauce in preparation is not much different than a marinara sauce, but what makes it distinct is the addition of hot c