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Cook Yourself Thin Recipes

Cook Yourself Thin Recipes

Great new Cook Yourself Thin recipe for Pizza!

In the time it takes to ring your order through to the local pizza takeaway and for it to be delivered, you could have cooked the pizza, eaten it and tidied up. You’d probably save half the calories and half the money as well.

Serves 4
Ready in 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 4 white pitta breads
  • 400g tin chopped tomatoes with herbs
  • 2 pinches of caster sugar
  • 2 pinches of hot chilli powder
  • 2 sundried tomatoes, thinly sliced
  • 4 thin slices of pepperoni, shredded into strips
  • 1/4 small red onion, thinly sliced
  • 1/2 small yellow pepper, thinly sliced
  • 8 green olives, pitted and halved
  • 5g freshly grated parmesan
  • 30g ricotta cheese
  • A small handful of shredded basil leaves
  • A handful of wild rocket leaves
  • Balsamic vinegar

Cook Yourself Thin Pizza Nutritional Information

Per serving:
287 calories

How to Cook Pepperoni and Parmesan Pitta Pizzas

1. Preheat a conventional oven to 220ºC or a fan-assisted one to 200ºC. Run a sharp knife 1cm in from the edge of each pitta bread and follow the outline to remove the top layer of bread and create a border for the pizzas.

2. Place the pittas directly onto the top shelf of the oven and cook for two minutes to crisp up.

3. Meanwhile, place the chopped tomatoes in a sieve to remove all the excess juice. Divide the tomatoes among the pittas and spread out evenly.

4. Sprinkle each with the sugar and chilli powder. Top with the sundried tomatoes, pepperoni, red onion, pepper and olives. Sprinkle over the parmesan and dot the ricotta on top.

5. Bake the pittas directly on the oven shelf for eight minutes or until cooked. Serve immediately, scattered with the basil and rocket leaves and drizzled with balsamic vinegar.

Sal’s Tips For Cook Yourself Thin Pizza

1. Alternative toppings could include canned tuna, sweetcorn, courgette, parma ham or spring onions.

2. You could also use olive oil instead of balsamic vinegar to season the pizzas once cooked, and wholemeal instead of white pitta breads.

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Cook Yourself Thin Book – Harry Eastwood .

Cook Yourself Thin Recipe Author Harry Eastwood

Cook Yourself Thin Recipe Author Harry Eastwood

Harry is a fun and happy girl. She adores cooking and getting her hands dirty.

She loves understanding her ingredients which is why she is passionate about butchery, and tracing food back to its roots. But don’t be fooled, as well as helping out on farms and with butchers, she’s also really girly, loves bright colours (especially pink) and big pearl necklaces.

Harry lives for food- her great love of chocolate means that hardly a day passes where she doesn’t have some; she even keeps a stash in her car for emergencies… She believes that food should make you happy, and specialises in cooking with ingredients that are natural, full of colour and free range.

Guilty Secret:

Nutella

Desert Island Vegetable:

Rainbow chard… the colours are spectacular.

Meal When You’ve Been Dumped:

Only time I really can’t eat!

Cook Yourself Thin Cookbook Author Harry Eastwood

Cook Yourself Thin Cookbook Author Harry Eastwood

Worst Cooking Disaster:

Every so often, egg based recipes give me a hard time… eggs aren’t always obedient!

Last Supper:

“6 snails with real baguette, then sirloin steak and proper french fries with bearnaise sauce (free range cow that I’ve butchered myself), followed by Vacherin cheese and single truffle. Washed down with some seriously wowee wines… what a great way to go!”

Harry’s Recipes

You’ll find Harry’s recipes from the show in the Cook Yourself Thin Recipe Database

Check Out The Cook Yourself Thin Book

The Cook Yourself Thin book is a cookbook filled with fun, facts and delicious cook yourself thin recipes. Join the three co-authors, Harry Eastwood, Allison Fishman and Candice Kumai on a culinary journey designed to help you discover healthful cooking at its best.

Food Swaps Rule!

One of the most helpful features of the Cook Yourself Slim book is the explanation of food swaps that can transform otherwise unhealthful meals that are tasty but full of fat and ultimately damaging to your waste into downright healthy meals that you can eat without the guilt you may have suffered from in the past.

It’s simply amazing how a few little changes to your diet, and swaps in your foods, can completely change your body and your life.

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Cook Yourself Thin Book author Candice Kumai is a very special woman. She is currently featured on the Lifetime TV Cook Yourself Thin show.

Cook Yourself Thin Candice Kumai

Cook Yourself Thin Candice Kumai

She spent her childhood surfing and enjoying the beaches and perfect climate in San Diego. When she was 15 she became a fashion model. She spent 10 years traveling the world on modeling assignments.

But Candice always felt she was meant for something more special and rewarding, and she wanted it to revolve around two of her favorite things: cooking and bringing others together through the social aspects of food.

Part Japanese and part Polish, Candice learned the essentials of her family’s food traditions from her mom and grandmothers. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Interpersonal Communications at California State University Long Beach.

When Candice decided to pursue food professionally, she decided to attend the prestigious Cordon Bleu program at the California School of Culinary Arts, where she achieved honors as “Top of the Class”, and was on the President’s and Dean’s Lists.

She was chosen as a cast member for the first season of Bravo’s “Top Chef”, and her charm and cooking won her many fans and her talents have now brought her around the world as a television chef and food TV host.

With an extensive background in Japanese/Hawaiian fusion, classic French cuisine and contemporary Californian cuisine, she’s built up a very impressive repertoire & an amazing reputation at a very young age. She is currently a host on Lifetime’s new hit series “Cook Yourself Thin“.

Candice has extensive experience cooking at high profile organizations and events like the The Culinary Vegetable Institute, The Ocean Institute in Orange County and the LA Tofu festival.

Candice Kumai Cook Yourselfl Thin

Candice Kumai Cook Yourselfl Thin

She is also Sake and Food Pairing Spokesperson for the Little Tokyo Service Center in Los Angeles and cooks for VIP events at the Ritz Carlton Laguna Beach. She has cooked food demos side by-side with Wolfgang Puck and privately catered for some fabulous celebrities in the Hollywood Hills, the Hamptons and the coast of Malibu.

Her dream is to follow in the footsteps of her idols Julia Child and Martha Stewart and become the food & lifestyle guru of her generation. She brings as much passion and flair to cooking as she does to everything in life – her ideal is to bring together all of the things she loves: fashion, friends and great food.

Credits include: Lifetime’s “Cook Yourself Thin”, Bravo’s “Top Chef”, TV Guide’s “Reality Chat”, Morningstar’s “Cooking for Dummies”. A food host on NBC’s “Your LA”, “Team Green” as well as cooking demos on “EXTRA” ,”Good Day LA”,  “KTLA Morning Show”, HSN for Wolfgang Puck cookware, “OK!” Magazine, “Dish Network Magazine”, “NY Times”, webisodes on “MyLifetimeTV.com”.

“The next Martha Stewart!” – Executive Producer- Tony Harding, Kandokid Films

“Miss Kumai carries what so few can offer, immediate charisma, lure and overall drive for success.” – Executive Producer- Eddie Barbini, Pilgrim Films and Entertainment

“Candice is a stand-out and media savvy talent who will go far in this industry” -Tiffany Reyes, Casting Coordinator E! Network

“Candice is sweet, knowlegable, approachable and the kind of person we all want to be around.” – Randy Bernstein, Casting Director- NBC/BRAVO

“Upon meeting Candice I was immediately struck by her personable, bubbly, self deprecating manner. She is quite delightful to work with, being fun loving, flexible, willing to take direction, and a quick learner. She is also has the wonderfully addictive quality of being an instant friend, in the nicest possible way, drawing you gently but firmly into her emotional world. Candice clearly has a passion and a gift for this vocation and a real drive to pursue it.”
- Deborah Climie , Food Producer, Food Network/ High Noon Entertainment

“Candice has got a great energy!” – Gail Simmons, Food and Wine Magazin

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