Note: I did not have all the ingredients I wanted to use. I would have liked to make Joan Nathan’s Matzo Balls recipe from the New York Times. Plus I had already bought the Lipton Mix which turned out to be just fine! 👍🏻
Fact: My first time making Matzo Ball Soup. Both Eric and I loved it! 😋 What was Sebastian Maniscalco taking about when he said the Jewish people have no cuisine? 😆 He’s my favorite comedian! I lived in Arlington Heights, IL at one time where he is from.
We used the second crust from Take a Bite Out of This! 🤪 Pizza Pizza! to make this stuffed pizza. We coated the pan and crust, layered half the pizza crust and folded it over and under. Enjoyed it with Parmesan Cheese and red pepper flakes!
Note: Super delish! 😋
Fact: My first time accomplishing a stuffed pizza. Tried it one other time. 👍🏻
Kitchen Aid Mixer and dough hook-never turn speed past 2
Small silicone spatula to push flour down the sides of mixer bowl
Parchment paper to knead dough on
1 cup warm water
Dry yeast packet 1/4 oz
1 t honey
1/2 t sea salt
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
1 T olive oil
1 T butter melted
2 T Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter melted
About 3 cups of flour–dough should be a little sticky
extra flour to dust on parchment paper when kneading dough
Big bowl to chill dough in
Wet paper towel to cover dough
Place parchment paper down on your counter tucked under your kitchen aid stand.
Pour water and dry yeast in mixer bowl and whisk well. You should see bubbles.
Add honey, salt, 1/4 cup olive oil, butter and 1 cup of flour. Mix on low setting for 10 minutes.
Add remaining flour 1/4 cup at a time until dough is only a little sticky.
Sprinkle extra flour on your parchment paper to knead the dough on.
Cut your dough in 2 and knead each ball of dough, Be sure the dough is a little sticky.
Coat your big bowl with your 1 T of olive oil and place dough balls in bowl. Cover bowl with wet paper towel and place in refrigerator until ready to use. Once sauce is made and toppings are chopped and cooked.
Mix 1 T olive oil and 1 T melted butter. Coat pizza pan. Save the rest to coat crust while and after baking pizza.
12 oz of marinara sauce-chose your favorite
6 oz can of Italian Tomato Paste
Fresh Italian parsley-we freeze ours
Heat marinara and tomato paste and Italian parsley on med low heat til heated.
You will need: What ever toppings you like! 👍🏻
Mild Italian Sausage browned
2 cloves of garlic chopped
Chopped green pepper
Chopped red onion
Chopped green onion
Shredded mozzarella low-fat
Note: Save leftover ingredients for a second pizza or stuffed pizza!