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Fresh tomato sauce and homemade meatballs ¦ Friend That Cooks blog

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Fresh tomato sauce and homemade meatballs ¦ Friend That Cooks blog

Tomato sauce made from fresh, locally grown tomatoes and herbs. Served with steamed spaghetti and homemade meatballs made from Mendolia’s sausage, beef, onion, garlic, basil, bread crumbs, egg, worcestershire and a splash of balsamic vinegar. Eat healthy with Weekly Meal Prep in your home from personal chefs in Kansas City and Wichita. Affordable rates for families with busy schedules, food allergies and dietary restrictions. www.friendthatcooks.com

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Mendolia's sausage stuffed pasta shells pic

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Mendolia's sausage stuffed pasta shells pic

Pasta shells stuffed with Mendolia’s sausage, ricotta cheese, Parmesan cheese, seasoned bread crumbs and fresh basil. It’s served with balsamic glazed green beans and a scratch made fresh Roma tomato sauce. Scratch made cooking from personal chefs at Friend That Cooks in the Kansas City and Wichita metro areas.

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Mendolia's sausage stuffed chicken pic

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Mendolia's sausage stuffed chicken pic

Fresh breast of chicken stuffed with Kansas City favorite Mendolia’s spicy Italian sausage, rolled in bread crumbs, browned in olive oil and roasted. It’s served on scratch made tomato sauce (that’s “scratch made” from raw tomatoes, not a can) with steamed broccoli and rice pilaf.

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Mendolia’s sausage and pepperoni pizza

Here’s a pizza made with Kansas City local Mendolia’s Italian sausage and pepperoni with fresh mozzarella, provolone, parmesan and asiago cheeses.

Pizza dough balls

Great pizza starts with great pizza dough.

Cast iron skillet pizza

A cast iron skillet makes the perfect vessel for a crisp crust pan pizza. Here’s a pepperoni skillet pizza I made.

Finished pizza

Here are the same pizzas previously shown uncooked, now fully cooked at 425° for 25 minutes.

Pizzas waiting for the oven

For our weekly meal prep customers, we can make pizza from scratch like these pizzas getting ready to go into the oven. These were topped with homemade sauce, canadian bacon, pepperoni, ripe tomato slices, sweet red onion, kalamata olives, fresh basil and fresh buffalo mozzarella. I baked these pies for 15 minutes to par-bake the crust. The customer finishes the pizza at 350° for 25 minutes. The pizzas can even be frozen.