|Black-Eyed Susan Country|
|by Saint Agnes Hospital Auxiliary|
Maryland is proud of its state flower, the black-eyed Susan: hardy and versatile, yet delicate and pleasing, with an undefinable zest.
Results 1 - 10 of 208 for veggie pizza
Spread pizza dough on a ... high heat. Steam veggies, except green ... into 8 wedges. Very yummy. Calorie; 176 per slice. fat; 4 g. Saturated fat; 2 g.
Combine rolls together. On a floured pizza peel or cutting ... Close lid and grill an additional 3-5 minutes until cheese is melted and dough is cooked.
Grilled Chicken Breast ... chop chicken and veggies, put a ... vegetables, top with more mozzarella cheese, drizzle olive oil on top and bake for 15-20 minutes.
In large bowl ... half into 12-inch pizza pan (that has ... 400 degrees for 20-30 minutes or until crust is deep golden brown. Yield: two 12-inch pizzas.
Press crescent rolls ... cheese, mayonnaise and Hidden Valley dressing. Spread on top of cooled pastry. Place cut vegetables on top. Put cheese on veggies.
Roll out dough and put on cookie sheet. Bake according to package except bake only 8 minutes and cool. Mix cream cheese, mayonnaise and dressing mix. ...
1. Put crescent ... 4. Spread chopped veggies (carrots, lettuce, onions, ... down a bit. Refrigerate for 1 hour. 6. Cut into squares. Makes 24 to 36 pieces.
Pat out crescent ... this, put any mixture of the veggies listed, or add some of your favorites. Delete any that you don't care for - experiment! Serves 12.
Press the dinner roll dough on pizza or cookie sheet. ... ingredients. Press down with wax paper. Chill. NOTE: Other favorite toppings may be added or substituted.
Spread crescent roll dough on pizza pan and pinch ... tomato and cucumber pieces are drained. Refrigerate before serving. Can be made one day ahead of time.
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