Fridays are pizza night for families everywhere, but with all the no-salt warnings (link )(fast food has tons more sodium than home cooked stuff) and depressing economic news, why not try your hand at making a pie of your own? After all, nothing but good things can come from taking Pizza Hut off of your speed dial.
Whatever your pizza desires, be they New York-style, Chicago deep-dish, flatbread or healthy, check out a cool recipe below.
Brick-Oven Pizza (Brooklyn-style), AllRecipes: What’s not to love about these humongous pies with the smoky flavor? This recipe doesn’t call for any toppings, but feel free to add pepperoni or sausage or whatever else your family loves.
Chorizo and Olive Flatbread, Chow: Flatbread is certainly one of God’s gifts to mankind: flaky, sweet and crunchy. This unique recipe seems like it would be a perfect surprise for the clan tonight.
Chicago-Style Pizza, Food Network: Chicago deep-dish pizzas just have a complex look to them, but this 40-minute recipe doesn’t seem so difficult to master.
Thai Chicken Pizza, Eating Well: If you’re looking to improve the diet of your family, this pizza is a winner because it’s low in salt, saturated fat and cholesterol. Plus, it’s full of fresh veggies like peppers and tomatoes.
— Whitney Teal