Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Mushroom, Canadian bacon and tomato pizza


pizza dough



canadian bacon

fresh mozzarella cheese

shredded cheese mix

Grease the pizza pan with margarine. Stretch the dough onto the pizza pan making the edges slightly thicker. Then grease the top of the pizza dough with margarine again so that the tomato sauce doesn't make it soggy. Make sure you cover the edges well, this will keep them moist during baking.

Cut up one or two medium tomatoes in a bowl and and then crush them with a fork. Add one can of tomato paste to this and mix. Cover the pizza dough with this sauce.

Slice the mushrooms and arrange over pizza.

Then cut up canadian bacon in small pieces and spread them on top.

Slice the tomatoes thin and arrange on top. Finally, place slices of fresh mozzarella cheese to cover all the toppings.

Garnish with shredded cheese and oregano. Remember- there is no such thing as too much cheese on a pizza!

Bake on 425F for 15-20 minutes. When the edges start to get golden brow
n, your pizza is done.

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