Pizza (or pizza) is a type of flatbread, which is baked in the oven and is usually kneaded with tomato sauce and cheese with additional ingredients to choose from. The cheese used is usually mozzarella or “pizza cheese“.
Another type of material can also be placed on top of the pizza, usually meat and sauces, such as salami and pepperoni, ham, bacon, fruits such as pineapples and olives, vegetables such as chilies and peppers, as well as onions, mushrooms, and others.
The usual bagel made as regular bread but is given an extra flavor with butter, garlic, herbs, or sesame. Pizza is normally eaten while hot (usually for lunch and dinner), but some are served cold, it is usually eaten for breakfast or picnic.
Pizza is normally eaten in the restaurant, purchased in the wholesale market or supermarket, and can also be ordered by phone or via the web to transfer out, hot and ready to be eaten at home.
PITA Pizza you can make at home with the family can be packed for lunch or snacks. Ingredients for making pita pizzas quite easy in may, here is a recipe to make PITA pizza:
10 minutes (15 minutes with homemade sauce)
(23 minutes with homemade sauce)
1 pita pizza
- 1 C Super Quick Chunky Tomato Sauce (see recipe on page 54)
- 1 C grilled boneless, skinless chicken breast, diced (about 2 small breasts)
- 1 C broccoli, rinsed, chopped, and cooked
- 2 Tbsp grated parmesan cheese
- 1 Tbsp fresh basil, rinsed, dried, and chopped (or 1 tsp dried)
- 4 (6½-inch) whole-wheat pitas
Preheat oven or toaster oven to 450 ºF.
For each pizza, spread ¼ cup tomato sauce on a pita and top with ¼ cup chicken, ¼ cup broccoli, ½ tablespoon parmesan cheese, and the ¼ tablespoon chopped basil.
Place pitas on a nonstick baking sheet and bake for about 5–8 minutes until golden brown and chicken is heated through. Serve immediately.