I split this batch of dough between pizza and a french loaf. Jeffreyw’s pizzas always look better, but my technique is improving.
This was made with the AllRecipes quick crust recipe. I let the dough rise a little before shaping it into the pan and then let it rise a bit more because the oven wasn’t yet at temp. That’s why the outer edge is so puffed up. There was plenty of dough for a cheese crust … Continue reading Homemade Pizza
A frozen pizza can’t be pizza pr0n but some of them come close. This was a pepperoni pizza that has added pepperoni, plus smoked pork, ham, and cheeses. Also garlic, oregano, and various other savory powders and peppers. And a splash of olive oil for that authentic greasiness.
I’ve been trying my hand at pizzas. I’ve been using this dough recipe (here), I split it into four equal pieces, each makes a nice hand-tossed crust enough for two. I make a simple tomato sauce – adding basil, oregano and garlic to a can of tomato sauce. Top with fresh mozzarella (never use shredded … Continue reading Trying My Hand At Pizza
Kroger is selling these 14″ pies for $5. This one started out as a plain cheese. I added ham, bacon, corned beef, pickled peppers, and more cheese, plus a good sprinkling of oregano and garlic powder. They sell pizzas with other toppings – they have a pepperoni, an “ultimeat” with three or four different meats, … Continue reading Pizza!
I used Alton Brown’s recipe for the crust and had it in the stand mixer with the dough hook kneading away when I realized I had not put in any yeast. I added twice the amount and hand kneaded it in before going back with the big mixer for several more minutes. It wasn’t the … Continue reading Pizza Pizza
These onion naan loaves make great pizzas. Sausage and onion, those candied jalapeno slices, mozz and parm top both of these – one with a trad tomato sauce and the other is brushed with garlic butter. They are quick to make and quick to bake. These spent less than 10 minutes in a 450° convection … Continue reading Pizza Pr0n