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Posted By navywife86 on 01-23-2012 7:32 AM
How do I reduce the file size on a mac? Thaiguy, you a mac wizard! I must admit, I love my mac to death, but I'm afraid I don't know how to do much on it!
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Posted By ThaiGuy on 01-20-2012 7:42 PM
This one is for Frank (and anyone else) with kids to cook for, if you're looking for easy, tasty & reasonably healthy foods. My wife & I are becoming Boboli cuisinaires. The above pizza was AWESOME. I've started creating my own recipes by plagiarizing bits & pieces I pick up elsewhere.This one is ThaiGuy's Buffalo Chicken & Veggie Pizza. To make the sauce: Combine 8 oz can of tomato sauce
& 1/2 can of tomato paste in a saucepan. Stir over low heat. Add in
a little minced garlic, a splash of wine (or beer or sake), a generous dose of Italian spices, oregano and whole fennel seeds. Simmer a while
& let cool.To make the buffalo chicken:Cut skinless chicken breast
into bite-sized pieces. Either shake it in buffalo chicken mix,
or make your own mix with a little flour, chili powder, garlic powder,
salt & a pinch of sugar. Shake off excess. Stir fry it all in
olive oil until fully cooked. Add a few shakes of Tabasco for good
measure as it cooks.To assemble the pizza:Take a large Boboli crust.
Spoon on the cooled sauce, but you'll only use 1/2 or 2/3 of the sauce (save the rest for dipping!) Leave 1" sauce-free around the edges. Lay on THICK
slices of fresh tomato and big handfuls of baby spinach.
Sprinkle on a little shredded mozzarella. Now add buffalo chicken, thick sliced zucchini, olives & whatever, top with a bunch
more shredded mozzarella. Sprinkle parmesan & oregano on top, bake at 450 for 10-12
minutes. Let cool for a couple of minutes.The mound of spinach will shrink as it cooks, so it won't come out as the huge mountain the way it went in. With the sauce I described above and a little cheese, you can make an infinite variety of delicious Boboli pizzas. We did a seafood pizza with scallops, shrimps, and canned tuna. Way good!