27 April 2012

tomato and green pepper Little pizzas







If you see my labels you will see  others pizza recipes, but this is the I love to ake by these days I find it in CountryLiving Magazine and is simple and delicious
I made little because was for a special day.
For these little pizzas I used tarta  little tins, and  also I use the same for quiches too!


Ingredients (6  little pizzas)

2 1/2 cups all purpose flour
1/4 cup whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon of sugar
1 teaspoon active dry yeast
2 tablespoon of olive oil
1 1/2 teaspoon of vinegar
warm water

Topping

1 cup of tomato sauce
3 tomatos peel and in slices
salt
oregano
1 1/2 tablespoon of  green pepper chopped
200 grs. mozarella cheese in slices
100 grs. grated parmesan cheese

(you can use others toppings you prefer : pesto, olives, roasted tomatoes,red onions, ricotta, mushroom , other cheeses, etc.)

Method

In a small bowl mix 1/4 cup of warm water, sugar and active dry yeast.
In a glass mix 3/4 warm water, oilve oil and vinegar.

In a large bowl combine 2 1/2 cups of all purpose flour,the whole wheat flour and salt, mix well and add the liquid you mix with water and yeast and the oil with water and vinegar,
Using a wooden spoon stir until a soft, shaggy dough forms.
Add 1 tablespoon of water if is needed.Or flour if is needed.
On a floured surface knead dough, about 10 minutes.
Form dough into a ball and place in a oil bowl cover with a towell and let by  1 hour.
Using a rolling pin make the discs if you like the littles or a big round pizza,
Transfer the dough pizza to a mold sprinkled with cornmeal.

Preheat the oven to 180°c.

Top dough with a thin layer of tomato sauce.
Sprinkle with oregano chopped.
Place the tomatos slices. Powder with a little salt, Add the cheeses first in slices and the top with grated parmesan, in the top add some pieces of green pepper.

Bake at oven until crust is golden, about 10 to 15 minutes.


Print recipe here




EN ESPAÑOL

Pizzas de tomate y pimiento verde






Si ustedes ven el link the pizzas tengo varias recetas pero esta última que les comparto la masa es espectacular .
Está adaptada de una receta de Country living.

Ingredientes

2 y 1/2 tazas de harina sin polvos de hornear
1/4 taza de harina integral
1 cucharadita de sal
1/ 2 cucharadita de azúcar
1 cucharadita de levadura en polvo
2 cucharadas de aceite de oliva
1 1/2 cucharadita de vinagre blanco
agua tibia

Para el toping
1 taza de salsa de tomates
3 tomates medianos sin cáscara
y en rodajas
sal y orégano
1 1/2 cucharadas de pimiento verde picado fino
200 grs. de queso mozarella en lonjas finas
100 grs. de queso parmesano rallado

Método

En un bol pequeño mezclar 1/4 taza de agua tibia, azúcar y levadura.




 

82 comments:

  1. yum! I love green peppers on pizza! And these are so cute in those tart tins!

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    1. Thanks Betsy I love these little tins!

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    2. You beat Pat, ha,ha,!! B ut is n ot mattert for him be first here LOL

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  2. Hey! I was first! Yippee

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    1. Congrats dear! ;)) lol
      the prize is....pizza ha!

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    2. that's a perfect prize! ha. I don't have these little tins...they are so cute! Do you blog with Martha? She's been making cute little pies in hers. I want some! ha.

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    3. I will see Martha blog Betsy:) I love to mske littlr quiched!

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  3. Que delicadas y deliciosas se ven.
    Besos

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  4. What a fun pizzas. I bet my grandkids would love them. How are you dear? I am sending hugs to you. I hope you and your folks are doing fine. Hugs, Lura

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    1. Thanks dear Lura Im SO happy you stopping by, Im ok, thanks hope you and John had a wonderful travel:))

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  5. Qué ricas Gloria, yo las mini pizzas las compro, pero, no se pueden ni comparar con estas delicias. Besos,

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    1. gracias Myriam tambiem squi hay pequeñad pero no cuesta hacerlsd

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  6. oh these look so yummy, I might even put onions with these!

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  7. These look wonderful! My family would really love these!

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  8. i would enjoy this with a green salad !!pierre

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  9. Entran por los ojos y comerlas tiene que ser toda una delicia. Un abrazo, Clara.

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  10. pizza is my fav :) these looks so cute !

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  11. Love your mini pizzas & great idea using mini tart mould! Awesome recipe too! We had pizzas almost every weekend & I'm certainly trying this recipe! Have a lovely weekend , Gloria! :)

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  12. These look beautiful, and yummy! I haven't made pizza lately--I need to again!

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  13. So cute and love that you use mini pan to bake them!

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  14. OMG these are so cute!!!
    Have a nice week end

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  15. I love that we each have our own personal pan pizza !!!

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  16. Se ven muy bonita. Que tengas un lindo fin de semana.

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  17. That looks like very delicious mini pizzas! Great for afternoon treats or parties!

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    1. yes I have made to parties like entree and are so nice and people enjoyed lol! love mini quiches too!

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  18. Do you bake them in muffin cups?

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    1. I didnt try in muffins tins dear Duckie I used these little for tarts or quiches are a little bigger than muffins:)

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  19. These are SO cute! I love the combination of cheese, tomato and peppers. YUMYUM!!! :) ♥♥♥

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    1. Thanks Jeanne are so easy and the dough is really good:))

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  20. my boys are big fans of pizza...we make home made all the time and let them help with the cooking....they have a blast...these sound more my style....i am hungry now too just getting off work...

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    1. brian you can made these little with your boys lol

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    2. my kids love pizza too

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  21. Never eaten pizza before at my sea maybe small ones should be tried first by me.

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  22. Those not only look good to eat, they almost look fun, haha!

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    1. fun? ok thats mean you like Silver?

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  23. I love your tiny pans! How adorable. These would be so cute to serve at a party.

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    1. Thanks Angela! yeas are cute I think! Yes I use to pizza and quiches!

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  24. i've always enjoyed fresh peppers on my pizza, and these miniature versions are delightful!

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  25. nice recipe for kids.....

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  26. Dearest Gloria, Thank you for your visits. Please forgive me..I have been behind in my visits. I am going through a divorce and it is a little difficult. Thank you for understanding. I think of you and my blogging family and I am grateful for your friendship. God bless you. Catherine xo

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    1. Catherine please dont worry,all the best for you, blessings,gloria

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  27. Dear Gloria, I think these pizzas look wonderful for a light meal or appetizers. Beautiful. Blessings, Catherine xoxo

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    1. thanks Catherine, yes i use for entree and is nice!

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  28. These are so cute, Gloria! What a great way to present a personalized bite of pizza...

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  29. These little pizzas look so cute and sound so yummy!

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  30. Aww, these little pizzas are so cute.

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  31. che bonta' viene da svenireeeeee

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  32. Ces petites pizzas sont délicieuses. J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  33. C ute Pizzas Gloria.....yummy....

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  34. Yummy this pizzas and very inventive too!

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  35. con mucho queso, como a mí me gusta! :)

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    1. Sole adoro el queso (blushing):)

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  36. What sweet little pizzas Gloria - love the fresh green of the pepper on top.

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  37. Little quiches sounds so yum and so does your pizza!! :)

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    1. Thanks Jax and are really tasty:)

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  38. Adorable little pizzas, Gloria! They are just the perfect size.

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    1. Thanks dear yes normally I make one per person! LOL bu someones eat more !

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  39. That would make a heck of a lunch!

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  40. These look so wonderful, Gloria! I know my kids would LOVE them!!! Me, too :)

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  41. these look delicious! fun and whimsical too.

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  42. My kids fav. If I do this in mini tarts like you, I'll have to make many of those..a few is def not enough..lol

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  43. Sono deliziose in formato mignon e davvero saporite con quel ricco condimento. Un bacio, buona settimana

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  44. These mini pizzas will make very good appetizers for a party. They look so delicious.

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  45. Que pinta buenísima Gloria! probaré esa masa espectacular, ya te contaré. Besos y feliz semana.

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  46. This has to be the cutest pizza ever!
    Rita

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  47. These look so good and easy. Will gladly give these a try. The dough looks very easy too. I am thinking that I would like to try these on the grill. I saw them do pizza on a grill and it seemed to turn out pretty good. Will have to look for those little dishes.

    God bless.

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    1. Thanks a lot Mrsupole I think in the grill would be awesome!

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  48. I actually just ordered some little tart pans like this and I'm totally going to have to make pizza out of them! So cute!

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  49. Love this idea, Gloria. Never would have thought to use my little tart pans for pizza!

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    1. Are so useful Barbara I use too for little quiches!!

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  50. Unas pizzas muy originales. Me encanta la idea.
    Abrazos.

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