Here is Aleasha with a terrific staple: pizza!
Okay, so I admit, before I became friends with Abs and Hannah, I thought food storage was going to be beans, rice and wheat: BORING! Now that I am a little more food storage conscious, I have loved making our everyday recipes FSF (food-storage friendly).
Toppings: Here comes the goodness. 1 can tomato sauce (you could also use stewed/diced tomatoes)and 1 jar Alfredo sauce. I did a half and half pizza. 1/2 pepperoni-black olive, 1/2 Canadian bacon-pineapple.
You can find Canadian bacon and pepperoni in packages that don't need to be refrigerated until opened, if you look hard. If not, leave them out.
This is what it looks like after it has risen. Yum!
Add your sauce. This is plain-jane tomato sauce. You could add all kinds here. You could even do diced/stewed tomatoes because there is plenty of sauce in the cans. You don't want to get too heavy on the sauce because it will make your pizza soggy. And we all know that soggy pizza is a no-go.
Here is where you add the "cheese" (food-storage friendly of course). Thank you Ragu! Also, at this point you can add some of the shredded/powder parm cheese. You could also add some dried spices here.
Here is the pre-baked. After I took the picture I added fresh black pepper.
Can't you just smell that yumminess?
I doubled the recipe so I could make 2 pizzas. My camera died but I did make a BBQ chicken pizza... totally food storage friendly! Good luck!
Pretty Darn Tasty Pizza Dough1 package active dry yeast or 1 TBS rapid rise yeast
1 cup warm water
2 cups flour
2 TBS olive oil
1 tsp. salt
2 tsp. white sugar
Dissolve yeast in warm water until creamy. About 10 minutes. I add the sugar to the yeast as well.
In a large mixing bowl combine the flour, olive oil, salt and yeast mixture. Beat well until a stiff dough has formed. Cover and let rise about 30-45 minutes or until doubled.Flour your counter well and form the dough unto a round ball. Roll out into a pizza crust. Add all of your favorite FSF pizza toppings and back at 350 for about 20 minutes.