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Christmas Pizza From Quattro

It’s wintertime, and you know what that means. Regardless of age, people worldwide await the occasion to spend some quality time with friends and family and make the most out of their gatherings.

Unfortunately, due to the pandemic this year, most of us will have to stay home in quarantine and celebrate indoors. You must keep up with state laws and precautionary measures to keep you and your family safe. However, that does not mean you can’t have fun. From indoor family games and reconnecting with friends, to virtually dressing up and creating delicious unique and traditional recipes, there’s plenty you can do while staying home.

Speaking of recipes, we bet you’ve prepared several recipes for you and your family to try for the holidays. From traditional ones to creating unique ones, most of us like to plan ahead of time to ensure everything turns out to be perfect.

If you’re looking for a new recipe to try, we’ve got you covered. Recreate this delicious pizza recipe and customize it according to your preference. We assure you that you won’t be disappointed.

Making the pizza at home

Food brings everyone together, where we put aside everything else and sit to enjoy ourselves in the moment. One of our favorites it’s creating a themed pizza as per the occasion. Amaze your friends and family with this Christmas pizza recipe.

Creating the pizza isn’t complicated. All you need is time. Use any standard pizza dough recipe have and follow along the recipe.

Shaping the pizza

The neat part about this pizza is you roll out the pizza dough into a triangular shape and then attach a small rectangle to the wider end of the pizza slice. Ensure you flour the surface of your pan or, better yet, use a conveyor or standard peel to slide the pizza in and out of the oven to prevent sticking and burning.

Toppings

After having the pizza in shape, decorating time! You can customize it according to your likes. Instead of traditional tomato sauce, you can consider using some pesto for your pizza base and represents the green tree. Top it with red bell peppers, corn, mushrooms, sliced olives, sliced onions, pineapple, which act as the lights and ornaments.

Get in touch with us today and make reservations for you and your family, and we’ll provide you with some delicious pizza options like this and more.

 

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