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Spring Swing Pizza

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Place a baking stone in the oven, and preheat to 500 degrees F or higher for 1 hour.

Fill a wide saucepan with water, and bring to a boil. Cook the asparagus spears in the boiling water for 1–2 minutes (depending on their thickness), until just tender.

Drain off the water, and place the asparagus spears on a plate to cool. Slice the asparagus spears into 1-inch pieces, then set aside.

Stretch the pizza dough to a diameter of 12 inches.

Spread the mozzarella over the dough, leaving a 1-inch border.

Bake the pizza on the baking stone until the crust is golden and the cheese is bubbling. Remove the pizza from the oven, and place it on a plate.

Distribute the asparagus, bacon, and spinach leaves over the pizza.

Shave thin slices of the truffle over the pizza, and serve.


Step 1

Place a rack in upper third of oven preheat to 500°. Place a 12" cast-iron skillet in oven and preheat 10 minutes.

Step 2

Meanwhile, mix garlic and oil in a small bowl. Mix mozzarella and Fontina in a medium bowl.

Step 3

Using lightly floured hands, stretch 1 piece of dough out on a lightly floured surface to an 11" round.

Step 4

Remove skillet from oven and sprinkle pan with cornmeal (enough to cover most of the surface). Carefully set dough snugly in pan it’s okay if some of the dough overlaps. Brush dough with garlic-oil (you won’t need all of it) season with salt and pepper. Top dough with 2 cups cheese mixture, half of spring onions, half of broccoli rabe, and 4 anchovies, if using. Top with another ½ cup cheese mixture season with more pepper.

Step 5

Bake pizza until crust is beginning to turn golden and cheese is melted, 6–8 minutes. Crack 1 egg into center of pizza season with salt. Continue to bake until whites are just set and crust is golden brown, 5–6 minutes.

Step 6

Transfer pizza to a cutting board and brush edges with more garlic-oil (reserve remaining garlic-oil for second pizza). Top pizza with Parmesan and half of oregano. Using a microplane, grate a little bit of lemon zest over top of pie.

Step 7

Sprinkle cast-iron pan with cornmeal and make a second pizza with remaining dough and toppings.

Chicago-Style Deep Dish Pizza

I recently looked at my website’s stats and came to find out that Chicago is my most popular city in the US. I have more Chicago readers than any other place in this country. That’s crazy awesome because I love Chicago. As a little tribute to my #1 city, I’m finishing one blow-out year with a Chicago inspired recipe.

I’ve only had the pleasure of having real, authentic Chicago-style pizza a few times. And those few times have been enough to convince me that Chicago-style pizza is incomparably good. Better than good.

So, what makes Chicago-style pizza so damn amazing? The answer is everything. Every little detail about this pizza is special. First, this pizza clearly doesn’t look like a pizza you are used to. It’s baked in a deep dish cake pan. The cheese goes directly on top of the crust and the sauce is piled on top. An upside-down pizza pie of sorts. Now, I may be completely wrong, but I’ve learned that the proper way to eat Chicago-style pizza is with a fork. Is this right, Chicago readers? I hope so because it’s the only way I can eat it without making an atrocious and very embarrassing mess.

Let’s talk about all the wonderful layers in this pizza.

The deep dish pizza crust. A crunchy-edged, flaky crust is key in Chicago-style pizza. It’s absolutely not a regular pizza crust. No, this crust is unique. And that’s why I steered completely away from my regular pizza crust recipe and dove headfirst into something completely nuts. Adding a little cornmeal. Cornmeal is what makes the crust so crunchy and flavorful. Not to mention, tasting like you’re eating the real deal.

What else is special about this pizza crust? It’s so buttery. The butteriest pizza crust on the planet, or at least the butteriest pizza crust I’ve ever had the pleasure of tasting. To get that ultra buttery flavor, as well as the iconic flaky texture of Chicago-style pizza crust, we’re going to laminate the pizza dough. Umm, what?? Yes. It sounds weird, I know. But laminating dough is exactly what gives croissants its flaky layers. Laminating, or layering, butter into dough is the answer an authentic tasting Chicago pizza crust.

This all sounds hard, doesn’t it? Good news, it’s not! Laminating is literally just spreading butter on your pizza dough and folding it up. Then, rolling the pizza dough out again locking that butter inside. Easy.

I’m not sure how and I’m not sure why… but despite being a little crunchy and very flaky, this pizza crust will absolutely melt in your mouth. It’s crunchy, buttery, and tender all at the same time? A miracle crust.

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Let’s talk about the pizza sauce. Slightly sweet, incredibly thick, and wonderfully flavorful. The sauce is always my favorite part about Chicago-style pizza. In fact, I usually order extra sauce on the side. All about the condiments in my world.

This garlic infused pizza sauce is made on the stovetop and, while waiting for the pizza dough to rise, simmers quietly allowing the flavors to develop and the texture to thicken. I like to add some red pepper flakes for a little heat it really gives this sauce something extra. If you don’t like heat, you can leave it out. This sauce is unlike ANY other tomato sauce I’ve ever had. To me, it tastes like the kinds I’ve had in Chicago. You’re going to love it. Unless of course you don’t like tomato sauce.

Along with the miracle crust and this luscious pizza sauce, a whole lotta cheese goes into this deep dish pie. You may use sliced mozzarella or shredded. Whatever it is, slice or shred it yourself from a block of real mozzarella cheese. Pre-shredded mozzarella is just fine, but the taste of sliced or shredded fresh mozzarella is just unbeatable.

My husband loves a good pepperoni pizza and bacon is his favorite food, so I add both to my Chicago-style pizza. These go on top of the cheese and before the sauce. A little grated parmesan to finish things up and we’ve got ourselves one damn tasty copycat Chicago deep dish pizza. How many times can I type Chicago in one post?

I love you Chicago and your pizza too!

This recipe makes 2 deep dish pizzas. They are small 9 inch pizzas. Kevin and I finished one by ourselves. Make them both if you have a family of 4-5 or are having friends over. If your family is smaller, freeze half of the dough per the make-ahead/freezing instructions in the recipe notes. Please use my step-by-step photos below this written out recipe as a guide to making the pizza. For best results and ease of mind (. ), please read through the recipe completely before beginning.

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TUESDAY: Deconstructed Chicken Caesar Salad

If you’re dealing with picky eaters, breaking down a Caesar salad into its elements guarantees a happy dinnertime. And since it’s ready in about 20 minutes, you’ll be happy, too. Tonight you’re doubling the chicken—leave the second batch simply seasoned with olive oil, salt, and pepper—to provide a head-start on Thursday’s meal. Refrigerate it after dinner, along with the rest of the recipe’s lemon, tightly wrapped—you’ll need that for Friday.

Spicy Hawaiian Pizza

Mitch Mandel and Thomas MacDonald

When it comes to funky pies, we've long had a love affair with the Hawaiian, not just for its yin-yang balance of sweetness and smoke, but also because it's one of the best healthy pizza recipes you can eat. It might not be authentic Italian, but it's authentically American.

Get our recipe for Spicy Hawaiian Pizza.

Recipe Summary

  • 2 ounces rice vermicelli
  • 8 rice wrappers (8.5 inch diameter)
  • 8 large cooked shrimp - peeled, deveined and cut in half
  • 1 ⅓ tablespoons chopped fresh Thai basil
  • 3 tablespoons chopped fresh mint leaves
  • 3 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
  • 2 leaves lettuce, chopped
  • 4 teaspoons fish sauce
  • ¼ cup water
  • 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 2 tablespoons white sugar
  • ½ teaspoon garlic chili sauce
  • 3 tablespoons hoisin sauce
  • 1 teaspoon finely chopped peanuts

Bring a medium saucepan of water to boil. Boil rice vermicelli 3 to 5 minutes, or until al dente, and drain.

Fill a large bowl with warm water. Dip one wrapper into the hot water for 1 second to soften. Lay wrapper flat. In a row across the center, place 2 shrimp halves, a handful of vermicelli, basil, mint, cilantro and lettuce, leaving about 2 inches uncovered on each side. Fold uncovered sides inward, then tightly roll the wrapper, beginning at the end with the lettuce. Repeat with remaining ingredients.

In a small bowl, mix the fish sauce, water, lime juice, garlic, sugar and chili sauce.

In another small bowl, mix the hoisin sauce and peanuts.

Serve rolled spring rolls with the fish sauce and hoisin sauce mixtures.

Sugar cookie crust. To get started, lightly grease a round pizza pan with non-stick spray. Press the dough into the pan. You’ll want the crust about 1/8 inch thick. Pierce the dough a couple times with a fork. Bake at 350°F for 8-10 minutes, until edges are lightly golden. Then let cool completely.

Cream cheese frosting. While the crust is baking, make the cream cheese frosting. In a large bowl, whip together the cream cheese, sugar and vanilla. Then fold in the cool whip. Once the cookie crust has cooled, spread the frosting evenly on top using a spatula.

Fruit topping. Now it’s time to top with your favorite fruit! We love to use raspberries, strawberries, mandarin oranges, kiwi, bananas, cherry pie filling, peach pie filling, etc. If using canned fruit, make sure to drain any excess liquid so the crust doesn’t get soggy. It’s so fun to create unique designs and make it super pretty. :)

Not just a clever name, this savory tart combines three alliums (scallions, garlic, and onion) for maximum flavor and crispy-jammy texture. The key to the flaky crust is to move fast! Rolling and folding the dough while the butter is still cold creates distinct layers of butter and flour that will steam apart during baking, making the crust light and flaky.

You’ll find all the flavors of Middle Eastern shish barak (tiny lamb and pine nut) dumplings here, but made simpler and brighter with help from dried pasta and plenty of fresh dill.

Best ever pizza recipes

Pizza night tonight? Try our homemade pizza recipes for Friday night in. Ditch the takeaway and make one of our simple pizza recipes instead, they’re healthier and quick and easy to make. Want to start by making your own pizza base from scratch? Go all out and give our pizza dough recipe a go.

Our pizza toppings range from classic cheese and charcuterie, to more exotic ideas such as smoked salmon and spring onions, and sausage, broccoli and fennel. We also have ideas for twists on pizza recipes, including trendy cauliflower pizza, Nice’s socca and even Turkish pide.

Try one of our fun pizza ideas here (breakfast pizza, anyone?!)…


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Pepperoni pizza

Follow our simple steps and expert tips for the perfect pepperoni pizzas that put any takeaway to shame. With a light, crispy crust and rich homemade tomato sauce, they are sure to become a family favourite.

Vegan pizza

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Cauliflower crust pizza

Follow this pizza crust recipe for a low-calorie meal. Cauliflower works as an alternative to flour in this on-trend, super light pizza base. The parmesan gives the cauliflower crust a deep flavour which you can then personalise with your own toppings.

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Looking for a filling pizza recipe? Our deep-dish pepperoni pizza turns the laws of pizza on its head by layering the ingredients in the opposite way to Italian pizzas. This recipe uses cheese first, followed by toppings then sauce. Break the mould, and have this pizza ready in only an hour.

Sicilian pizza with aubergine

This easy pizza recipe is a great twist on a family favourite. They use crème fraîche instead of a tomato base, charred aubergines, sultanas and pesto, with rocket and pine nuts for a bit of extra crunch.

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Who said pizza had to be boring? These tear-and-share pizza rolls are easy and fun to make for the family. To follow our homemade pizza recipe, make the ciabatta dough, then cover with tomato sauce, cheese and basil before moulding the dough into a swiss roll shape. This modern take on a pizza is sure to be a crowdpleaser.

Tortilla pizzas

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Turkish pide

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White pizza

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Flatbread pizzas

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Healthy pizza

On a diet but craving pizza? This skinny version has a thin and crisp base, a rich but light tomato sauce and is topped with creamy mozzarella, rocket and a little parmesan. The best thing about this homemade pizza? It's only 360 calories for half a pizza!

Vegetarian pizza

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Sausage calzone

It's easier to make this family favourite than you think with our recipe for spicy sausage calzones, plus they're freezer-friendly. If your little ones are a fan of spice, then just swap in a milder sausage, or ham would also work well.

Breakfast pizza

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Low-calorie sweet potato ‘pizza’

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Fiorentina pizzas with kale

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Cheeseburger pizza

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Square pizza with meat and veg

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Pepper and halloumi pide

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New potato pizzas

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Artichoke and spinach pizza

Take a look at our homemade pizza recipe for a tasty dish that can be on your table in under an hour. The artichokes complement the spinach cream perfectly, and make this pizza come to less than 400 calories. A low-cal pizza packed with flavour - what's not to love?

Courgette pizzas with chilli and mint

Whip up this really quick and easy pizza with readymade flatbreads. Top with mozzarella and ribbons of courgette for the best quickly assembled midweek meal.

Spiced sausage pizza with broccoli

Our white pizza uses broccoli, spiced sausage, fennel, chilli and taleggio – it's delicious and feels like a real treat. Our recipe takes just an under an hour, making it the ideal indulgent midweek meal.

Pizza bread

This pull-apart pizza swirl bread is a great dish to serve with your dinner. It's fluffy, packed full of creamy mozzarella and seriously moreish, this bread is fun for all the family

Bolognese pizza

Make the most of ragu from the night before with this clever pizza, perfect for a Friday night in. You'll need plenty of grated mozzarella, plus parmesan and fresh basil

Pizza rustica

This pizza pie is served just warm so is a great recipe to make ahead for when you’re feeding a crowd. Perfect for an al fresco buffet or festive canapé.

Salami pizza

Everybody loves pizza and this one with salami, garlic greens and taleggio is bound to be a hit. This pizza recipe can be ready in under an hour, it's more satisfying than a takeaway. Try our takeaway alternatives here.

Halloumi pizza

Looking for an easy vegetarian pizza recipe? Give these Syrian red pepper muhummara and halloumi pizzas a go. Our recipe is super quick, easy and perfect for a meat-free meal. We're big fans of this squeaky cheese, try out our top halloumi recipes.

Pizza bianca with smoked salmon

We have taken inspiration for this delicious pizza bianca (without tomato) from The Priory Inn in the Cotswolds. Creamed horseradish, spring onions and smoked salmon, this home pizza is piled high with fresh and delicious produce.

Vegetarian calzone

Try our calzone packed with punchy chilli, kale and creamy ricotta. This simple veggie recipe is easy to make and ready in under an hour.

No-knead pizza dough

This recipe for no-knead pizza with fennel, Italian sausage and burrata is a bit of a leap of faith, but once you get used to the dough, it’s a great method to have up your sleeve. Our pizza recipe takes less than an hour and you get to practice making your very own pizza dough.

Cacio e pepe pizza

Check out this easy homemade pizza recipe topped with a classic creamy Italian sauce Cacio e pepe (cheese and pepper). Make this veggie pizza when you're short on time but still want to indulge.

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Parma ham and artichoke pizza

Bread mixes make our kind of pizza. Quick enough to make after work, you can ditch the takeaway menu. Follow our pizza dough recipe first before topping the base with Parma ham and artichokes. If you're especially hungry, serve with a side salad.

Aubergine and chilli pide

Pide is a Turkish flatbread which can be topped like pizza for a quick, easy meal. Make your dough using our pizza dough recipe, then top with aubergine, chilli and spices for a vegetarian lunch or supper. We have plenty more aubergine recipes to inspire you.

Overnight pizza

Our recipe for overnight pizza takes a little bit of time and leap of faith, but once you've tried it you won't look back. There's no kneading required, so its super-easy. We’ve topped our homemade pizza with prosciutto and rocket, but try this base with your favourite toppings.

Goat's cheese pizza

Looking for an exciting new pizza topping? Try our tangy goat's cheese pizza with potatoes, garlic and rosemary. Young, fresh goat’s cheese is the best to use for this, and it begins to arrive at cheesemongers and farmers’ markets in April. This is a hearty pizza, the double carb hit of dough and potato works really well.

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