Homemade Fresh Tomato Pizza

There ’ south nothing like Homemade Pizza, specially when it is made with fresh tomatoes, leave it elementary or add a copulate of your darling toppings, of course preceptor ’ metric ton forget some chopped mozzarella cheese ! This delectable pizza can be made with homemade pizza dough or tied store buy .
tomato pizza on a wooden board
The best pizza I ever had was visiting my mother-in-law ’ s family in Frosinone. Whenever we go there, we normally stop by at one uncle ’ sulfur sign of the zodiac for lunch and then the other uncle for dinner. Those days constantly end up being the best ones for us !
We spend it with great people, sipping wine, indulging in delicious tasty food alla “ casareccia ” ( which in italian means “ homemade ” ) and by the time we finish eating we realize how deep it is and have to get back into the cable car and force home.

so this one Sunday, when we arrived at Uncle # 2 for dinner, the wood-fired stove was going and that could mean only one thing, that something perplex was being prepared .
If using store bought boodle, then knead the dough second into a ball, cover the boodle with a towel ( cotton ) and let it rest for 30 minutes. If using homemade boodle, then follow the directions in your desire recipe .
In a metier bowl add the halve grape or cerise or cut up rome tomatoes add the vegetable oil, marjoram, salt and chopped fresh basil, gently mix together .
If you ’ ve never eaten a Homemade Pizza made in a wood-fired oven, trust me, buy one, find one, go to Italy, anything ! But at the peak of your Bucket tilt has to be – eat a pizza made in a wood-fired oven !
I ’ megabyte good-for-nothing to say, my Homemade Pizza Recipe was not made in a wood burning oven, but it turned out pretty darn dependable anyhow .

How to make it

sliced tomatoes and spices in a blue bowl
Top the pizza boodle with the tomato mix, add some extras if desired ( I added chop italian sausages ( casing removed ) .
sliced tomatoes on top of the pizza crust
Bake for approximately 10-12 minutes or when crust is cooked, fortunate brown, remove from the oven and top shredded mozzarella .
adding the shredded mozzarella
return to oven and continue to bake until the tall mallow has melted. Slice and enjoy .
a slice of pizza cut from the whole pizza on a wooden board

Tips for making the best pizza

first thing choose your dough, you can make your own which is the best if you have clock, and this Best Pizza Dough is our favorite or this Easy Pizza Dough comes in a very stopping point irregular .
But if time is short and you want pizza, store bought or evening your front-runner bakery or pizzeria may have their own dough that they sell .
The best way to make it Homemade with store bought dough I found is to knead it back into a ball, cover it with a towel and let it rest for 30 minutes, then form into your pans .
For the bracing tomato topping I like to use either Roma or grape tomatoes, if you use Roma tomatoes then I normally remove the seeds and chop them up, if I use grapeshot or red tomatoes I merely cut them in half and they are ready to use .
Use as many bracing ingredients as possible, fresh basil, olive anoint, a little oregano and salt .
Bake the pizza with the tomato lead and when the boodle is baked add the shred mozzarella and bake for a few minutes or until the cheese has melted. If you want to add pieces of sausage or other veggies add them with the tomato top. Olives on the other hand should be added with the cheese at the end .
a slice of pizza cut from the whole pizza

Can pizza dough be made a day before?

You decidedly can, the best pizza boodle can rise over night in the electric refrigerator, and the Easy Pizza Dough needs a first ascend at board temperature and the second rise can be done in the electric refrigerator. They both require a 2 hour rising clock time so you can decide which is easier for you .
Best pizza boodle will well make 2-3 pizza, and the comfortable boodle will make a big thick crust pizza .

More Pizza Recipes you may enjoy !

Easy Cast Iron Skillet Pizza
Italian Pizza Bianca / White 
Italian Sausage Artichoke Cheese Pizza
Homemade Fresh Veggie Calzone
I believe a set has to do with all the fresh ingredients you use. I sometimes use sauce or tomatoes from a can or bottle, ( which in the winter has to suffice ), but if you have garden bracing or farm newly tomatoes to use decidedly try out this pizza, I am sure you will love it !
therefore why not make tonight Pizza Night open a bottle of wine, and enjoy your Homemade Fresh Tomato Pizza. Buon Appetito !
a slice of fresh tomato pizza on a wooden board
a slice of pizza cut on a wooden board

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Homemade Fresh Tomato Pizza

There’s nothing like Homemade Pizza, especially when it is made with fresh tomatoes, leave it simple or add a couple of your favourite toppings.

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Prep Time

15

minutes

Cook Time

15

minutes

Total Time

30

minutes

Servings

4

servings

Calories

387

kcal

authorRosemary Molloy

Ingredients

  • 1 ready made pizza dough or homemade

  • 18 grape or cherry tomatoes halved ( 8-10 Roma tomatoes depending on size )

  • 1 1/2 teaspoons marjoram

  • 4-5 leaves bracing basil chopped

  • 1/2 teaspoon strategic arms limitation talks

  • 2 1/2 tablespoons olive oil

  • 1/2-3/4 cup firm mozzarella shredded

EXTRA TOPPINGS (just a few suggestions)

  • 2 italian sausages ( casing removed )

  • 1 medium bell pepper sliced

  • 1 medium onion sliced

  • 8-10 mushroom sliced

  • 8-10 black olives sliced

Instructions

  • Pre-heat oven to 425F (250C), drizzle a 14×9.5 inch (37×24 cm) cookie sheet or pizza pan.

  • If using store bought dough, then knead the boodle back into a testis, cover the boodle with a towel ( cotton ) and let it rest for 30 minutes. If using homemade dough, such as this Best Pizza or this Easy Pizza Recipe then follow the directions .
  • In a medium bowl add the halved cherry tomatoes, 2 tablespoons of oil, oregano, salt and chopped fresh basil, gently mix together.

  • Top the pizza dough with the tomato mixture (and any extras you wish to add except the olives), bake in for approximately 10-12 minutes (or until the dough is cooked), remove from the oven and top with the shredded mozzarella (and olives if adding), return to the oven and continue to bake for another 3 or 4 minutes or until the cheese has melted. Remove from oven, slice and serve. Enjoy!

Nutrition

Calories:

387

kcal

|

Carbohydrates:

53

g

|

Protein:

12

g

|

Fat:

15

g

|

Saturated Fat:

4

g

|

Cholesterol:

11

mg

|

Sodium:

1095

mg

|

Potassium:

227

mg

|

Fiber:

3

g

|

Sugar:

9

g

|

Vitamin A:

508

IU

|

Vitamin C:

19

mg

|

Calcium:

97

mg

|

Iron:

4

mg

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Updated from February 16, 2018 .