Great Answer Samantha! If I may expand a bit... Pizza is incredibly easy to make, and relatively inexpensive also (you get what you pay for). I have experimented with ready-made meatless spaghetti sauce and I learned to add one of the small cans of tomato paste to about a third of a jar of sauce; mix them together in a bowl. This makes the sauce less runny. Ingredients are up to you entirely, although the more toppings you have the longer it will take to cook. I dribbled a little bit of sweet barbecue sauce on the Hawaiian I made and it was excellent. Bake it on an appropriately sized sheet of cardboard for 35-40 minutes at 275 degrees(F). Slower cooking ensures even cooking. You don't want burnt toppings and crust with watery, half cooked inner layers.
Pizza is the easiest "do it yourself" meal and is more healthier then buying it from the shops. You can either get a ready made pizza base or Lebanese large thick wraps at the shops and use it as your base. If you are pretty good at cooking you could make your own pizza base by using, flour, salt water etc. Once you have selected the base to use, just spread a nice tomato paste over the base, add pineapple (nicely diced), add ham and bacon (if you are vegetarian you can add more veggies to it), add grated cheese over the toppling, place in the oven and after 25 minutes, you have a delicious Hawaiian pizza.
I just love pizza! I can't live without her. Recently I have been cooking it with grilled vegetables and this is one of the best taste decisions I have made in my life. Dough and sauce are perfectly combined with juicy vegetables, it is just incredibly tasty. And if you like to experiment, you can try to grill more meat. For this, I use my grill which I purchased on this site. But if you already have one at home, feel free to use it!
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