This array of pizza sauce recipes will please most palates. From fresh herbs to parmesan cheese, you will easily find a pizza sauce that will complement your favorite toppings.
The name quattro stagioni means "four seasons." In this version, artichokes, peppers, mushrooms, and olives each represent a different season. Divide the quadrants with dough strips rolled into thin ropes.
Crisp vegetables, cheese, turkey, and creamy Parmesan white pizza sauce top this golden cornmeal crust pizza recipe that's suitable for lunch or dinner.
Start with an easy roasted red pepper sauce, spread on the crust, then top with broccoli and goat cheese for a red and green pizza that's healthy and delicious.
A purchased bread shell topped with peppery chicken, a blend of two cheeses, and a sprinkling of nuts makes a sophisticated pizza.
Trying to encourage kids to eat fish? Try this pizza-flavored, pasta-topped recipe.
Serve this pizza-style quiche recipe for breakfast, substituting Canadian-style bacon for the pepperoni.
Pizza sauce, cheese, and basil top a vegetarian burger to make a fun and quick dinner sandwich.
This classic pizza was invented in 1889 by Naples pizza-maker Raffaele Esposito in honor of Queen Margherita, who was visiting the city. Of course, it won her royal seal of approval.
This classic Pizza Margherita was invented in 1889 by Naples pizza-maker in honor of Queen Margherita. Now it's a favorite recipe in many homes.
An apple juice-vinegar mixture acts as the sauce for this bacon-topped chicken pizza.
Baby spinach, goat cheese and pine nuts top pizza sauce to make this quick meatless dinner. Serve with a side salad for a healthy meal.
The flavorful combination of bacon, mushrooms, and Monterey Jack cheese tops this creamy Parmesan-sauced pizza recipe, named for its pasta cousin. It's assembled, baked, and ready to serve in minutes.
For the family that can never agree on pizza toppings, try this recipe. There's something for everyone--pepperoni and roasted red pepper, mushroom and black olive, artichoke and Fontina, and ham and onion.