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Potato PizzaSome people call potato pizza carb-on-carb, but we call it ALL delicious! Ricing the potatoes gives them a soft texture, while also allowing them to get crispy in the oven. The prosciutto adds a savory, salt, flavor! Makes: 2 pizzas
Detroit PizzaA classic Detroit pizza is made in a pan. It uses two kinds of cheese: mozzarella and “brick” cheese. Brick cheese is like a cheddar or limburger and is so named because it comes in a brick shape. In this recipe, the cheese goes directly on top of the dough and along the sides, so you get a crispy, cheesy outer pizza crust and a pizza dough that doesn’t get soggy from tomatoes. Pair Recipe with: Romaine Salad with Red Wine Vinaigrette Similar Colavita Recipes: Sausage Skillet Pizza
Deep Dish Chicago Pizza
Sicilian Purple Potato PizzaA Sicilian is a deep dish pie. We use our focaccia recipe for the dough. But even though it's a thick crust, this dough is light, airy and delicious. It’s common to see potatoes on pizza in Sicily. For this recipe, we used purple potatoes for a bit of color, combined with savory Prosciutto and fresh rosemary. It’s perfect alongside a big salad or on its own! Pair Recipe with Spicy Green Olive Pizza on the Grill with: Basil Gelato with Grilled Stone Fruit Similar Colavita Recipes: Sicilian Pizza
Roasted Tomato and Herb Sicilian Pizza
Shaved Brussels Sprouts and Pancetta PizzaThis recipe for Shaved Brussels Sprout and Pancetta Pizza is a sneaky and delicious way to work some more greens onto your pizza! Shaving the sprouts gives them a lighter texture and adding that pancetta really gives this pizza a punch of flavor. We choose to bake this pizza “grandma” style, which means in a pan. It’s easier for serving since this pizza has a lot of toppings! Pair Recipe with: Eggplant Caponata Similar Colavita Recipes: Bruschetta Pizza
Classic Grandma Pizza Pie
Polenta Pizza Bites with Tomato and MozzarellaWho doesn’t love pizza as a snack? This recipe for Polenta Pizza Bites gives you just that — perfect little snack sized bites of pizza, that just happen to be gluten free and good for you. The Polenta Crust comes together easily. Don’t be surprised if you’re fighting with your kids over the last bite! Pair Recipe with Polenta Pizza Bites with Tomato and Mozzarella with: Cauliflower Pizza Bites Similar Colavita Recipes: Grilled Calamari Steak Over Polenta
Broccoli Rabe, Sun-dried Tomato and White Bean Pizza
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