Our make-ahead work schedule, wine pairings and sumptuous pizza recipes will make this an effortless night to remember.
Drain, seed and chop tomatoes, reserving juice; set aside.
In saucepan, heat oil over medium heat; fry onion, garlic and oregano, stirring occasional...
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The dough for this crisp, airy crust is a dream to work, especially after 24 hours, because the gluten is relaxed and easy to roll.
This makes a crisp crust with the complex flavours of whole grains and seeds.
Here's a pizza to please the meat-and-potato lovers. Calabrese sausage is an Italian salami with a bit of heat, but any sliced salami will do.
Spinach adds a flavour twist to this classic cheese combo. Instead of fresh spinach, you can also use one package (300 g) frozen, thawed and drained. For a milder flavour, substitute smoked provolone or Cheddar cheese for the blue.
The woodsy flavour of this topping works beautifully with the multigrain dough. For a stylish finish, drizzle with truffle or porcini oil before serving.
Look for fresh mozzarella and bocconcini cheeses in sealed bags or tubs of water at deli counters. For a delicious splurge, use buffalo mozzarella, a flavourful fresh mozzarella made from water-buffalo milk.
Roasting the garlic makes this dressing creamy without the addition of cream. To keep the salad crisp and fresh, dress it just before serving.
Milk chocolate lightens the flavour of this silky dark sauce to make a rich and satisfying treat. For a booze-free sauce, use milk and 2 tsp (10 mL) vanilla instead of brandy.
Just a little bit tart, this robust topping comes alive on ice cream, especially alongside the fudge sauce.
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