Yep. Slow cooker pizza.
It’s actually a thing. Let that sink in for a minute. 🙂
its easy, fuss-free and delicious. What’s not to like.
You’re going to need:
1 pk ready made pizza dough (440g)
enough chopped tomatoes (I used tinned) to cover the bottom.
1 ball of mozzarella, sliced.
Grated cheddar cheese and whatever pizza toppings you like onion, sweet corn, ham, pepperoni, olives……anything goes!
except for pineapple. I draw the line at pineapple. 😉
- Spray the inside of the slow cooker (mine is quite a large one- 5.6 litre) with oil, lightly.
- Spread both balls of dough over the base, using your fingers, go right to the edge.
- Top with whatever toppings your heart desires and cook on high for 2- 2.5 hours, or until the sides look like they are browning and the cheeses have melted.
4. Enjoy. Enjoy. Enjoy.
Another post updated folks!
Now includes recipes for both melomacarona and kourabiedhes, definitely the best known Traditional Cypriot cookies.
Check out the post here!
Please note dear reader, and be just as excited as I am, please, that I now have a new page:
Greek/Cypriot A-Z, where you can find all my traditional family recipes grouped in one place, just click on the link and be taken to each recipe.
You can find it near the top of the page, next to the ‘About me’ and ‘About my blog’ pages.
Do take a look, these recipes mean a lot to me and my family…and if you try one let me know!
Sometimes writing a blog is a bit like being in a darkened room with no-one else there. We talk to you the reader, or at least we hope we do.
But how can we be sure our voices are heard?
This is why your comments are so precious to us. We need to be validated, to be heard! They are our contact with the outside world, outside of that room. I know family members too, read my blog and that they enjoy it, but I especially value their comments good, bad or indifferent. Tell me if you don’t agree with my version of a recipe, tell me what is traditional to you and your family, for how can I broaden my culinary horizons otherwise?
And bottom line? It makes me feel good to know that you’ve taken a minute out of your busy day to read my blog.
It gladdens my heart and makes me swell with pride.
This is why I was over the moon when Javelin Warrior tried my keftedhes.
I mean, I know they’re good…..you, even, may know they’re good……
But what about Joe Bloggs? Would he like them? Would he have success with my recipe?
(Sorry JW, for referring to you as ‘Joe Bloggs’, I hope you know what I’m getting at..)
Javelin Warrior enjoys spreading foodie love! His is, I think, the most unselfish blog I’ve ever seen, always recommending the works of others, he is a gem!
Check out Javelin Warrior’s blog here.
And do have a look at his post when he made my keftedhes (Greek meatballs) It’s a great post!
My family’s traditonal recipe for Koliva will be my next post…..I just need to corner my mother for some help with this one…..
I’ll be back very soon 😀
Bear with me dear readers, I’ve not dropped off the face of the planet you’ll be pleased to know.
….to Caroline Smith AKA CARRIE from The Patterned Plate for making my title header look so beautiful! It is something I could never have done without you!