Homemade Pizza with Curt's Pizza Sauce Recipe

I had been using just plain no name brands of whole tomatoes for years now.
 Curt from Curt's Delectable Creations Blog introduced me to San Marzano whole tomatoes. I had always been intrigued to try them but they were always so pricey, I couldn't believe they would be that different to spend the extra money on them. I was wrong,  they are fresh tasting and made one of the best sauces I ever tasted. Curt made this great pizza sauce with them and after that I was hooked on the sauce and using these tomatoes. I now make his recipe for pizza sauce and actually I have to say not only was the sauce good this pizza disappeared in 5 minutes. As a matter of fact they didn't wait for it to cool and burned the roof of our mouths on the cheese! 
 Ever done that before?

Here is the link to his pizza sauce and our family dough recipe below:

San Marzano Pizza Sauce  from +Curt Iffert 

Homemade Pizza Dough from this blog recipe

There's nothing like homemade pizza sauce and homemade dough to make your family dinner a big hit. Of course you can add your favorite toppings here are some suggestions that go great on pizza:

Cooked meats such as sausage, meatballs, boneless chicken, slices of steak
Sliced vegetables such as eggplant, mushrooms, peppers, spinach, zucchini, onion, garlic
Fresh herbs such as basil, oregano, rosemary, parsley
Seafood such as scallops, shrimp, pieces of crab or lobster
Assorted cheeses, mozzarella, ricotta, Parmesan, provolone
Combinations of ham and pineapple
Other sauces to try with certain combinations: Mushroom Alfredo, Bolognese

Have fun creating your pizza! Thank you +Curt Iffert for sharing your recipe I will always use those tomatoes now!
+claudia lamascolo

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