Store Cupboard Supper

This homemade pizza is one of our favorite dinners, and yet it is one of the simplest and the one we always can go to when the cupboards are starting to look a little bare. My favourite is on a lazy Sunday spend ten minutes knocking up the bread base and leave it for an hour or two to prove. Making bread doesn’t need to be a real hassle, make it and leave it while you watch a movie or do some knitting (or both! that sounds like a good Sunday). Use this recipe for the base, or you can cheat and use a pizza base mix or a ready rolled sheet of puff pastry.

Once you have your base ready, spread some passata or a tomato based pasta sauce on your base and top with whatever you have in your fridge – we always keep cheese, onions and chorizo in the house and those alone can made a wicked pizza. One tip those if you are using harder veg – like onion or peppers just lightly cook in a little oil to soften them. One the pizza above we have red onion, peppers, mushrooms, chorizo, left over sausage, mozzerella, and chedder. Pop your pizza in the oven (around 180/200 degrees C) for about 20 minutes (or until golden), then finally just before you tuck in, tear some basil and sprinkle it over the top. Bliss!

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