Ingredient Spotlight: Cheese

Age doesn’t matter, unless you’re a cheese.

I love cheese.  If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time at all, you already know that.  I’ve even had to apologize for my excessive use of cheese.

But today, we can go all out!  Put some cheese on everything!

Here are some of my favorite cheesy recipes:

Now it’s your turn.   Link up your cheesy recipes.  It doesn’t have to be a recent post, just be sure to link directly to your recipe, not just the main page of your blog.  I only ask that you include a link back to Eat at Home in your post.  You can link directly to this post or use the button in the sidebar.

 


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  1. We love cheese at our house, too! We use it in most of our recipes. When my kids were little, we put cheese on vegetables to get them to eat them. It worked! They can now handle eating veggies without the cheese now, thankfully. Bring on the cheese. We love it!

  2. Cheese rocks! I just wish it wasn’t so high calorie or I would eat a lot more of it! Thanks!

  3. The downside to not including pictures on my recipe site is that you have to see my kids instead of the dish in my link. Then again, they’re pretty cute and that’s not necessarily a downside. :)

    Off to salivate my way through everyone’s links. :)

  4. Cheese is an obsession in our home, lol!

  5. Oh I love cheese. Eat some about every day. Have you ever had this happen at your house? You want pizza! You want it now! You do not want to pay for or live too far away for delivery. With a few ingredients easily kept on hand you can make this great pizza type dish in 50 minutes. The original recipe came from the Fleischmann Yeast’s Bread World site and is here: http://www.breadworld.com/Recipe.aspx?id=689
    We like a thinner crust so I halve the recipe. My version is below. If you are feeding a family, make the whole recipe and divide between two pie plates. I make my own pizza sauce. Recipe is also below. You may add or use other pizza toppings of your choice.
    I don’t care for turkey pepperoni so I degrease my regular pepperoni like Lynn does
    here: http://www.lynnskitchenadventures.com/2008/06/pepperoni.html

    1-Dish Pepperoni Cheese Pizza Bake
    Adapted from Breadworld.com

    3/4 cup plus 2 T. all-purpose flour
    1 envelope Fleischmann’s® RapidRise Yeast
    1 t. sugar
    1/4 t. salt
    1/4 cup plus 2 T. very warm water (120° to 130°F)
    1 T. olive oil

    ** Topping **
    1/2 cup pizza sauce
    2 ounces pepperoni slices (about 20 to 25 slices)
    2 cups (8 ounces) shredded mozzarella cheese

    Spray a 9 1/2-inch deep dish pie plate with cooking spray. Place dry ingredients in pie plate and combine well. Mix water and olive oil. Pour over dry ingredients and mix well. Spread and stretch batter over bottom and up sides of pie plate. Spread pizza sauce evenly over batter. Top batter with pepperoni slices. Firmly push pepperoni into batter. Sprinkle with cheese. Bake by placing in a COLD oven; set temperature to 350°F. Bake for 30 minutes or until done. This is supposed to make 6 servings, but it is more like 4 servings at our house.

    Pizza Sauce
    1 (8 oz.) can tomato sauce
    2 t. Italian seasoning (or 1 t. oregano, 1/2 t. marjoram, 1/2 t. basil)
    1/4 to 1/2 t. garlic powder
    1/2 to 1 t. sugar

    Combine all ingredients and let stand 1 hour. Divide in 1 tablespoon amounts among compartments in ice cube trays. Freeze, pop from trays and store in plastic bag. To thaw place number of sauce cubes wanted in a microwave safe bowl, cover and microwave at 50 percent power 1-2 minutes until thawed. I usually only use 1/4 c. sauce for the above recipe which would be 4 cubes.

    All of the linked recipes above look delish. More new recipes to try.

    • Loy, what an interesting way to do the crust. That would be a bit easier than rolling out dough. Thanks for the recipe!

      • Breadworld.com is a site worth a visit. I think people assume that recipes using yeast are hard and time consuming. Under the 1-Dish category, they have many recipes that are some variation of the dough recipe above, and take less than 1 hour to prepare and bake. Two others that kids should like are the chili cornbread recipe and the taco recipe. The crust above doesn’t taste quite like regular pizza dough, but it is still good; and Yes! no rolling.

  6. Extra sharp cheddar cheese is what makes the world go ’round. Just sayin’.

    Did I mention I love cheese?

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