Category:Dominos Recipes

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Domino's Pizza serves a variety of pizzas, including cheese, vegetarian, and meaty recipes. Along with its line of pizzas, Domino's recipes include appetizers, sandwiches, and desserts.[1] The pizza recipes are simple to learn, and once you master one, you'll be able to create several, as the pizzas are all based on one of several crusts, and most are stopped with the same tomato sauce. The differences come from the cheeses and toppings that are added.


Flickr: Bruno Girin
Offered by Domino's Pizza
Company owned by Domino's IP Holder, LLC[2]
Company headquarters Ann Arbor, Michigan[3]
Types of recipes Pizza, appetizers
Special diets Meatless, gluten-free, and low calorie options available
Author Selena Robinson

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Domino's Breadsticks: Simplified

Making bread sticks at home can be tedious if each bread stick is rolled out individually. At Domino's, chefs shape their dough into a free form loaf for baking and then cut it into strips. Home cooks can use the same process to simplify preparation, by patting the dough into a flat circle, and using a pizza cutter to make the strips before baking. After the bread sticks are baked, the pizza cutter can be used to separate the strips.

Making a Healthy Domino's Pizza

Dominos recipes are high in fat, and low in fiber. Home cooks can adapt Domino's pizza recipes be more nutritious.

When making your pizza dough, use whole wheat flour. This will add more fiber to your meal. Whole wheat flour does make a more dense dough and may take a little experimentation to get the quantity right.[4] Start by substituting half of the quantity of all-purpose flour in your recipe with whole wheat flour. Also, whole wheat flour is more "thirsty" than white flour so be prepared to add a little more water to your dough if necessary.

One way to eliminate fat on your pizza is to select only lean types of meat for toppings. Instead of pepperoni and sausage, try using grilled chicken or baked ham. Another key is to remember is that quantity counts, even with healthier options. Adding no more than 1/2 cup of your protein, and no more than 3/4 cup each of two veggies, will ensure that your pizza remains lower in fat. For practical purposes, a pizza that is light in toppings will have a crust with a better rise and crunch than one that is overloaded with extras. Finally, substituting low-fat mozzarella for the regular cheese lowers saturated fat and cholesterol.[5]

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