If you like dominoes pizzas such as Firebreather or godfather you will love these homemade pizzas. Cooked in preheated oven 180*c for 20 minutes and cheesy garlic bread cook for 10minutes. Each qty serves 1 individual pizza. Spread base with tomato paste/kewpie with garlic. Chop ingredients to even size pieces and top on pizza sauce. Bake for 20min. Garlic bread spread w margarine and sprinkle over garlic powder, parsley and Parmesan cheese. Bake 10min.
Pizza #1: jalapeño pizza
20g Pork mince with 1tsp fennel, 1/2 Cleavers grass fed beef sausage, 1tsp chorizo, 2 slices jalapeños, 2 organic cherry tomato, 1Tb red onion topped with 1tsp chilli flakes with 1Tb salt reduced tomato paste on 1 small pizza base
Pizza #2: godmother pizza :
1tsp Chorizo, 2 organic cherry tomato, 1/8 red capsicum, 1/2 Gluten free sausage,1Tb sliced black olives, 1/2 tsp oregano & 1 garlic clove diced with 1Tb kewpie mayo on 1 small pizza base
Cheesy garlic sourdough:
2 slices sourdough French baguette with 1tsp logical, 1/4tsp garlic powder, 1/4tsp dried parsley flakes, 1tsp Parmesan cheese dried
A cold day and this dish took me straight back to my home from 40 yrs ago. I am pretty sure mum use to make this as she cooked Indonesian dishes over the years.
As the lovely spices were added to the pot it brought comfort food to a new level, the aromas, the taste just divine. I found the spice paste in a Asian supermarket and all you add is chicken, coconut milk and water. So easy as it’s just boiled chicken then low simmer with spice paste and coconut milk. I served mine w basmati rice but it truely didn’t need it. I used a powdered coconut milk sachet which didn’t mix properly but it was still a great dish.
2nd time I made this no lumps as I used raw c coconut milk
I am currently working my way through First Place For Health live it food plan recipes so this is why I haven’t posted my own recipes unless I adapt them eg new recipes post. I can’t give recipes from the program as they are copyright but I can show my photos of the meals I made using their recipes. Continue reading →