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Easy No-Knead Pizza Dough

No-knead pizza dough! So EASY. Make it ahead so it& 39;s ready when you want it. Use with any pizza recipe. It seems that every time I decide to make pizza at home (usually on a Friday night) my well-laid plans are disrupted by a last-minute impulse to go to the movies or to meet with friends.
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Grilled Pizza with Red Peppers, Broccoli, and Onions

1 Divide and rest the dough: Divide the dough in half and gently shape into two balls. Gently coat each with olive oil and allow the dough to come to room temperature for about an hour, either in a large bowl or on the counter covered with a dishtowel.2 Prep the toppings: Heat 1 tablespoon olive oil in a large skillet with a lid over medium heat.
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Easy Chicken Skillet Enchiladas

Featured in 12 Meals to Make with Rotisserie ChickenWho doesn’t love a good enchilada? Make those enchiladas a skillet recipe that uses up leftover chicken, only dirties a single pan, and is ready in about 30 minutes, and you have a weeknight meal with Friday night appeal!START WITH LEFTOVER CHICKENI roast a whole chicken almost every week.
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Cucumber Salad with Tahini Dressing

Quick and EASY Cucumber Salad with tahini dressing, lemon, garlic, and herbs!Photography Credit:Elise BauerThe Persian cucumber plant profiled in our cucumber salad with grapes and almonds recipe continues to thrive, and daily threatens to grow over, inside, and around every other plant in the garden bed.
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Homemade Pizza

Making the Pizza Dough1 Proof the yeast: Place the warm water in the large bowl of a heavy duty stand mixer. Sprinkle the yeast over the warm water and let it sit for 5 minutes until the yeast is dissolved. After 5 minutes stir if the yeast hasn& 39;t dissolved completely. The yeast should begin to foam or bloom, indicating that the yeast is still active and alive.
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Hungarian Recipes

Hearty and filling! That’s a good way to describe Hungarian food, along with a dash of paprika, a dollop of sour cream, and ingredients such as cabbage, pork, and potatoes. Dig in!All Hungarian RecipesStuffed Cabbage RollsHungarian stuffed cabbage rolls are hearty comfort food at its best! Cabbage leaves are stuffed with ground pork, onions, garlic, egg, rice, and spices, and braised in a tomato sauce.
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