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If you love Chicken Cacciatore, try making it as a pizza instead. If you’re using a pre-baked pizza crust, slice a garlic clove and rub it all over the crust. Add some dry red wine to your favorite marinara from a jar, and use that as your pizza sauce.
Before you can add pizza toppings to your pizza, you need a base. The best is pizza crust made from fresh dough. You can make your own using flour, yeast, olive oil, and a little water. Or, if you’re lucky, you can buy a ball of refrigerated dough at your grocery store. Many chains — including Wegman’s, Fresh and Easy, and Trader Joe’s — sell it.
Roll the dough out with a rolling pin, or stretch it to the desired thickness. If you feel inspired, you can prepare it the traditional way – by tossing it in the air. The toss-and-turn method takes a little practice, but it results in a thin, even pie.