Making your own homemade pizza is one of the easiest ways to be creative in the kitchen. You can either make your own pizza dough or buy packaged, ready-to-bake dough. The sky's pretty much the limit when it comes down to choosing the sauce and toppings. For this pizza, we wanted to bring some of the taste and spice from Indian food and make an Indian-inspired pizza. When you make this, feel free to experiment and vary the ingredients as you like. You can't really go too wrong when making your own pizza.
Chicken and Herbed Dumplings
When the days become shorter and the weather cooler, we start getting these urges for food that make us feel warm and cozy inside and out. This recipe will surely ease those urges. So dust off the slow cooker and prepare to make yourself and/or your family a dinner that is very tasty and satisfying. The combination of chicken with velvety textures and buttery herbed dumplings are sure to warm the soul on these cool gray days.
The cooler the temperatures get, the more and more we gravitate towards comfort food. This recipe is a variation on the traditional chicken cacciatore (or hunters stew). It omits the bell peppers, but instead include mushrooms. This meal is great accompanied with a good rustic bread, pasta or polenta, but the dish is definitely a big enough meal on its own if you prefer to skip the sides. We used dry white wine in the recipe, but you can substitute chicken stock, red wine or sweet red vermouth.
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