Sunday, October 17, 2010
But, given the cost of yeast in my area, their dough comes out cheaper than a 4 pack of yeast. Crazy, I know, but truthful. And, I'd rather use yeast to make bread and things. Anyway, John made a Hot Sausage Two-Cheese Pizza. He was really proud of it so I photographed it, and while we were eating, he asked if it would make the blog. Blog born.
My favorite thing about pizza is that we could literally have pizza once a week but its always different! Rather than paying an extra $2 for chicken, or sausage, or bacon, or extra cheese, we're free to use leftovers, vegetables, etc. It makes a great end of week fridge cleaning activity! Best of all, kids can so easily do this! We're pretty professional since my roommate, A, has her own pizza stone, and I have a great pizza cutter, but just separate the dough, roll it out and let each kid decorate their own! Dinner, done!
1 Trader Joe's Garlic and Herb dough (or similar 16 ounces of dough)
4 hot italian sausages
1 cup of marinara sauce
1 1/2 cups of mozzarella cheese
1 cup of asiago cheese
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Remove sausage casings. In a small skillet, brown italian sausage. Set aside. Roll out the Trader Joe's dough. Be careful not to flour the dough too much when rolling as it gets tough. Put the dough on a greased cookie sheet (or pizza stone). Spoon on the marinara sauce until it evenly coats the dough. Top with asiago and mozzarella cheeses. Then, top with italian sausage. Cook for about twelve minutes; cheese should be melted and bottom of dough should be crispy. Cut into slices and serve.
A nice easy dinner to end a long week!!
Until the next time the oven is on...
Welcome! I'm Dani (aka the Growing Foodie), just a girl balancing her career and passion for all things edible in NYC. I hope you'll join me in my adventures in life, through food. (Click for More)
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