Using the oven makes my apartment waaaaay warmer – so obviously pizza time.
Used my trusty
pizza dough recipe – made two pizzas.
Pepperoni and Sausage:
– spread olive oil over the rolled out crust, rolled super thin, 1/4″-1/2″
– sprinkle with mozzarella
– cook some spicy italian sausage, crumble over top of pizza
– sprinkle with garlic powder, salt, pepper, and basil/rosemary
Sausage, Red Onion, Goat Cheese, and Balsamic
– olive oil over thin crust
– crumble italian sausage, then diced red onion, then goat cheese
– top with black pepper and drizzle with balsamic
Bake both at 500 until cheese bubbles, 7-10 minutes. Enjoy!
Winter. Pretty. Also frigid. Here’s an amazing ramen recipe to warm you up –
I skipped the tomatoes and added a frozen veggie mix with broccoli and carrots and mushrooms and instead of blending it to make a smooth broth I just added the noodles at the end.
I also made some tasty sticky chicken – and since cooking two new recipes can be tricky with timing I cooked the chicken then the ramen and ate the chicken while I made the ramen since it was SO TASTY DELISH.
I also halved both recipes – and fresh ginger and cilantro really made a difference in both recipes. Mmm. Stay warm out there.
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January 31, 2015 2 Comments
Made without black beans or zucchini haha since I thought I had both at home and had neither – still super tasty.
Uh huh. Yup.
Make some quick and easy dough – http://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-homemade-thin-crust-pizza-recipes-from-the-kitchn-45499 – layer on some olive oil, then spinach, then mozzarella, then sliced mushrooms, then drizzle with some olive oil and salt and pepper and then shave some parmesan over the top and bake at 500 degrees until the cheese bubbles.
Ever roasted a red pepper? Soooooo much better than normal red peppers.
Then blend it up with some garlic and olive oil and toss with pasta – I added spinach and italian sausage.
I used this recipe for inspiration – http://livelovepasta.com/2013/02/pasta-with-roasted-red-pepper-sauce-and-sausage/
I’ve been seriously craving Thai. And I still had some noodles from making
I saw this on Pinterest – http://danatreat.com/2011/12/big-curry-noodle-pot/
Mixed it with my other favorite curry sauce recipe – http://pinchofyum.com/red-thai-curry-sauce
So I added the peanut butter, fish sauce, and lime juice to the first recipe, as well as chicken and peppers instead of tofu. Super tasty.
Actually like crazy easy.
Bought some flat asian noodles on sale after seeing this and NOW I MAKE THIS ALL THE TIME.
I halved the noodles but kept everything else – and swapped peanuts for peanut butter. No weird things just have to get rice noodles.