|Audubon Plantation Country Cookbook|
|by Anne Butler Hamilton|
The art of cuisine is central in the picturesque Audubon plantation country that ranges along the Mississippi River from New Orleans to Natchez.
51 - 60 of 99 for homemade pizza
Mix flour, salt, ... minutes. Put on pizza pan. With fingers, ... your favorite filling (a pizza topping with cheese and chopped pepperoni is my favorite!).
Dissolve yeast in ... on a greased pizza pan, leave edges ... to brown, remove and add the sauce and toppings and cheese. Bake again until cheese browns.
Preheat oven to ... crust in a pizza pan after spraying ... Top dough with sauce, meats and cheese. Bake until cheese is melted and crust begins to brown.
With the first 3 ingredients, make dough following directions on "hot roll" box. Make sauce using the next 5 ingredients. Let sauce simmer. Roll ...
Stir yeast into ... Brush a 14" pizza pan with oil. ... ingredients; simmer slowly uncovered about 1 hour or until thick. Remove bay leaf. Makes 2 cups of sauce.
Dissolve yeast in warm water. Stir in remaining ingredients. Let stand 5 minutes. Spread in buttered pans. Put on toppings. Bake at 400°F for 10 to ...
Use 2 packages Robin Hood Pizza Crust Mix (or ... in the house - grate into a bowl first, then place on top of pizza. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes.
Push the biscuits together then roll out in pan until biscuits form a crust. Add the spaghetti sauce; then add sausage and pepperoni. Then add grated ...
Dissolve yeast in ... parts; spread on pizza pans (for crispy ... meats, vegetables, and cheeses. Bake at 500 degrees on lowest rack for 10 more minutes.
Dissolve yeast and ... Put on greased pizza pan. Let sit ... together and put on crust. Add toppings as desired. Bake at 425 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.
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