This is my pizza,

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  1. armond

    armond New Member

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    there are many like it, but this one is mine.

    I made this one from some recipe I found, good stuff too, using whole wheat flour.

    Before baking:

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    After Baking:

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    Topped with:

    Mushrooms, Chicken Breast, Mozzarella, sliced tomatos, spinach, red bell peppers, and tomato sauce with garlic.


    Everything on it was not prepackaged stuff, you have to do everything. Makes it that much more enjoyable on your day off. Do not attempt before going to work, you probably won't have time, unless you get up at the butt crack of dawn!
     
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    valvefloat OT Supporter

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    you made the tomato sauce?

    I am trying to make one, because all the packaged ones have sugar on lots of carbs.
     
  3. armond

    armond New Member

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    Shoot, don't have it on me right now, I will get it for you guys tonight/tomorrow morning.

    The sauce is just Hunt's Tomato sauce with fresh garlic(chopped). Nothing real special. Sorry the sauce was canned, but plain, had to add more stuff to make it what you like. So kinda not prepackaged. Also, I suggest getting some tomato paste to mix with the sauce, the sauce was real thin, I like it a little thicker. I will try that in a few days.

    I know the crust is made up of:

    honey
    garlic powder
    onion powder
    vegetable oil(very small amount)
    whole wheat flour
    all purpose flour
    yeast (fast acting)
    lukewarm water

    I cannot remember amounts though!

    I also have the nutritional facts on the crust, I will give that out as well!
     
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    uf20wop OT Supporter

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    damn nigga, looks good
     
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    Tasted good too, and VERY filling! I still have half a pizza left, gonna eat part of it at work today!
     
  6. Zaffir

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    Recipe and nutrition facts? :x:
     
  7. armond

    armond New Member

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    read FTW ;)

    j/k
     
  8. Stugots

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    looks pretty decent. You should get a pizza stone for your oven. I may have to try making pizzas out soon.
     
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    definately need that recipe
     
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    Pizza stones are the best! I love them!

    BTW your pizza looks amazing :drool:
     
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    ProneToEpisodes New Member

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    Trader Joes has pre made crust thats healthy :)
     
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    This is the intarweb, and i'm part of the "now!" generation. I expect IMMEDIATE results :mad:
     
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    I would love the recipe for the crust. I am a huge fan of pizza and used to find myself making frozen pizza A LOT. While it has a good amount of protein and is a decent bulking food it has a lot of fat in it. I would love to prepare maybe 5 pizza's on a day off and wrap them up in the freezer... Then I when I am hungry just pop them in the over for a fast and healthy frozen pizza :bigthumb:
     
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    looks good just not enough cheese son
     
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  16. armond

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    Just so you know, there are 3 layers of cheese. One right after the tomato sauce, then one after the tomatoes, then a light layer after everything else is added! So yes, there is enough cheese!!! :naughty:

    make sure you read the entire post before attempting... :coolugh:

    If you are going to put meat on your pizza, make sure you cooked it before you spread it on as topping. Precut all veggies, so that you do not have your crust done and then have nothing to top it with! Then you will hate yourself! And no I did cut/cooked(the meat) everything before starting on the crust! :bigthumb:

    I suggest seasoning your chicken breast!

    here is the recipe and required ingredients:

    Group 1
    1 teaspoon honey
    1/2 tablespoon vegetable oil
    1 tablespoon quick rising yeast
    1/2 cup lukewarm water

    Group 2
    1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
    1/4 teaspoon onion powder
    3/4 cup whole wheat flour
    3/4 cup all purpose flour

    1. In a bowl, stir together group 1 ingredients, adding the yeast after mixing the other 3 ingredients. After adding the yeast, allow it to stand for 5 minutes.

    2. In a separate bowl (larger bowl, mixing bowl is best) mix together group 2 ingredients.

    3. After allowing yeast to sit for 5 minutes, add the mixture into the larger bowl. Use your hands, make sure you washed them you dirty bastards. :squint: With soap, and not just running water over them! :rofl:

    *After I had mixed the two batches of ingredients, I then took out a piece of aluminum foil and laid it out, with a light layer of flour over it to keep the dough from sticking to it during the upcoming flattening process.:bigthumb:

    4. Make the dough into a ball, using the heel of your hand flatten it. After flattening the dough, fold it in half and turn it over. Repeat this process for 5 minutes.

    5. Now let the dough rise for 5 more minutes.

    6. Shape into an 11-12 inch circle* and add the toppings as desired.

    *put the shaped crust on the pizza pan first, then add toppings!!! If you do not then imagine trying to move the topped uncooked pizza from the counter to the pan! :ugh:

    7. Bake at 475 degrees Fahrenheit for approx 12 minutes. 12-13 for crunchy crust, and 10-11 for softer.

    Nutritional Info Per Serving*:

    179 calories (only 12% are from fat!)
    6 grams protein
    34 grams of carbohydrates
    2.3 grams of fat
    4 grams of fiber

    *1 serving is equal to only a 1/4 of the crust! :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown:

    My Pizza:

    My pizza had the above crust. it was topped with chicken, mozzarella cheese, red bell peppers, tomatoes, tomato sauce with fresh crushed/diced garlic, and spinach. I should have seasoned the chicken, but I wanted to try it without any major additions so I knew what I wanted to add and how the base recipe would taste!:hsd: But it was still good!
     
  17. nosnikliw0

    nosnikliw0 I am the cheese.

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    odi owns you and your pizza

    :noes:
     
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    damn that looks good :yum:
     
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    HAHAHAAHAHAHAHA

    :bowrofl: :bowrofl: :bowrofl:
     
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    god damn that shit looks good. i'm gonna have to have some pizza tomorrow.
     
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    Do you have nutritional content once the sauce, vege's, cheese and chicken are added?

    Primarily just fat, saturated fat, calories, and protein.

    Thanks.
     
  22. armond

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    No sorry, I do not. Just look at the back of the package of ingredients you will add to your pizza, and just tack it on. I will be doing this later tonight, seeing as I will be making another pizza. I want to try to season the chicken or add jalapenos! :drool:

    Odi, my pizza pwns you :coolugh:
     
  23. Mike4831

    Mike4831 “Dream as if you’ll live forever, live as if you’l

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    I'm hungry now.
     
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    looks delicious.
     
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