Monday, June 29, 2009

Grilled Pizza (or oven directions)

This was something I have wanted to do for some time now - Grill a pizza!

So after a friday night of Junk food - and I mean junk! Lets have white castle frozen burgers, burbon glazed chicken tenders and some sort of steak and cheese mexican food product all from a box, oh the heartburn!

I have only self to blame since I called the hubby at 4:30 and asked him to pick up some junk food for dinner because I did not want to make pizza!
It was just too darned hot to cook inside!

Come saturday night! Pizza must be made!
Once a week it is almost demaded.

My regular crust was made! This I know by heart!
2.5 cups of Flour
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp garlic powder
2.5 tsp of quick yeast (or one packet)
2 tblsp olive oil
1 cup HOT water

additional 1/4 cup flour to roll dough in

This is how I make the dough

Mix flour and yeast together in large mixing bowl or larger mixer let it stand for 10 minutes (to warm up to room temp)

add salt, garlic and continue to mix

slowly add oil then the warm water, and increase the speed of the mixer and continue to mix for 6 minutes at a med high speed.

If the mixture seems very sticky feel free to add a bit of flour but no more then an additional 1/4 cup.

Once the dough is good and doughY - (LOL) pull out of
the bowl and continue to kneed it on the counter with
a bed of flour below to stop the sticking.

Kneed the dough for about 15 times.

Then cut in half
Flour both halves and flatten like photo

cover both with clean dish towel for 10 -15 minutes.
(preheat Grill to medium heat)
(preeat Oven to 400degrees)
Once the two parts have doubled in size take one of the doughs and strech into the shape and thickness you desire


** I recommend that for outside grilling you get it nice and thin. this allows it to cook faster and evenly.

if you are cooking it inside feel free to make what ever thickness you like your crust  - place on pizza stone (if metal pan Lower heat)
*inside oven stretch on pan and place all toppings on pizza


 
So stretch out the dough and run oil on the side down on the grill.

Wait 8-/+ minutes and make sure the lower side is crispy before flipping over.

Rub oil on the top part before flipping over.

Once flipped , place all toppings on and continue to cook - .

Friday, June 26, 2009

Shallow Pan Meatloaf


Meatloaf -

1 lb ground beef
1 egg
3 peices of white bread toasted and crumbled
2 tablespoons of minced onion (or fresh)
1/2 cup ketsup
1/2 BBQ sauce
salt and pepper to taste

mix together in bowl all but one 1/4 cup of bbq sauce

then press into shallow 9X9 baking pan (this helps speed up the baking process)
spead the last 1/4 cup of bbq sauce on the top of the loaf
cook on 350degrees for 20 minutes.

serve with corn bread muffins and potatoes


FB replies

Kelly Young at 9:19pm June 23
well hello ms. betty crocker - yum!
Jenny MacLeod Robert Roberts at 9:22pm June 23
Last nights dinner Jenny MacLeod Robert Roberts at 7:33pm June 24
shallow pan Meatloaf,corn muffins and baked potatoes with green beans

Robert Dziedzic at 12:20pm June 26
why are the green bean not with the rest is the meat corn muffin and potato do the not like each other?

Jenny MacLeod Robert Roberts at 12:47pm June 26
Cause veggies can not touch the rest of the food due to being watery

Robert Dziedzic at 1:35pm June 26
oh i see.

This Weeks Specials are . . .

Jenny MacLeod Robert Roberts at 7:30pm June 24

Pork (or chicken) ala Ranch
Ingredients:1 tablespoon vegetable oil 4 boneless pork chops (about 1 pound)

3/4-inch thick

1 can (10 3/4 ounces) Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup (Regular, 98% Fat Free or 25% Less Sodium) IUSED Cream of Chicken cause we do not like mushrooms

3/4 cup milk

1 package (1 ounce) ranch salad dressing mix

Paprika

Ranch-Style Rice


Directions:Heat the oil in a 10-inch skillet over medium-high heat.

Add the pork and cook until it's well browned on both sides.

Stir the soup, milk and 1/2 package salad dressing mix in the skillet and heat to a boil.

Reduce the heat to low.

Cover and cook for 10 minutes or until the pork is cooked through.

Sprinkle with the paprika.


Serve with the Ranch-Style Rice.

Ranch-Style Rice:

Heat 3 cups water and the remaining salad dressing mix in a 3-quart saucepan over medium-high heat to a boil.

Stir in 1 1/2 cups uncooked regular long-grain white rice and cook according to the package directions.

You and Ben Dubow like this.

Jennifer Nauss Norris at 7:33pm June 24
nice...and simple..Just how I like it...Im going to have to start taken pics of what we have for dinner..They we can swap recipes :O)
Carey Purtill at 8:25pm June 24
We need to have a recipe exchange. Seriously!!! It's awseome to get recipes from other people.. Tomorrow night, I am making an African chicken peanut stew, that is too die for...
Jenny MacLeod Robert Roberts at 8:27pm June 24
Al right that one you have to post PLease! Sounds yummy
Jennifer Nauss Norris at 8:29pm June 24
It does sound yummy
Robert Dziedzic at 8:34pm June 24
That is it that looks pretty small for dinner
Jenny MacLeod Robert Roberts at 8:37pm June 24
Salad too! Have you noticed I am not a big gal! That was my portion!
Robert Dziedzic at 8:38pm June 24
I am not a big guy but that plate would be full unless in training
Keith Galek at 8:51pm June 24
POOR HUSBAND !! I have seen T.V. dinners bigger then that.......LOL
Robert Dziedzic at 8:52pm June 24
even the big man ones lol.. my 6 year old eats more
Jenny MacLeod Robert Roberts at 8:53pm June 24
No he ate three times that. THAT. Was mine
Keith Galek at 8:55pm June 24
Thank Goodness !!
Kelly Young at 9:00pm June 24
i think the recipe exchange is a great idea and then to do pics to post
Kelly Young at 9:01pm June 24
ive made this before its delic

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