A goal of mine is to eat in more often, mostly because I want to eat better but it will also save me money! A popular spot for the BF and I is Fellini's - the pizza and salad are great and they have a wonderful patio! We typically spend about $20 for dinner, this homemade version cost me $26 but provided us with 3 meals and leftover salad for lunch during the week.
I bought all the ingredients from my neighborhood Trader Joe's.
Traditional Marinara sauce
The dough is very elastic, so just spread it to your desired size. I made ours the size of a cookie sheet.
Spread on a thin layer of marinara sauce.
Sprinkle on your diced up pinneapple and ham.
Cover with a layer of cheese.
Cook the pizza for 20 - 25 minutes at 350 degrees.
While the pizza is cooking, prepare a side salad.
Peppers - red, orange, and yellow
Italian or Caesar Dressing
Red Pepper Flakes
Enjoy your salad with a slice or two of pizza!
This past weekend in Atlanta it felt like summertime. The weather was perfect ~ 80 degrees and the sun was out. The BF and I enjoyed time at the pool and park. Of course this meant a game! I let him win ;-)
What are your favorite homemade versions of restaurant food?