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Perfect Pizza

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Gus Tringale

on 1 February 2015

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Transcript of Perfect Pizza

Chemical Reactions in Perfect Pizza
Ingredients for chemical reaction
4 cups All Purposed Flour
1/2 oz. Yeast
2 tps Salt
2 tbs Sugar
1 1/2 cups Water
1/4 cup Olive Oil

Tomato Sauce-
1 lb. Crushed Tomatoes
2 tsp Oil
1 tsp Salt
1 tsp Sugar
2 tsp ground Garlic
2 tsp Italian Seasoning
1 tsp pepper

Barbecue Sauce-
1 1/2 cups Ketchup
3/4 cups Vinegar
1/4 cups Worcestershire Sauce
1/4 cups Soy Sauce
1 packed cup Brown Sugar
2 Tbs Mustard
1/8 cups Chili Powder
1 tsp Ground Ginger
2 Garlic Cloves
2 tbs Vegetable Oil
1 tbs Paprika
How to make the Perfect Pizza Dough
1.Mix yeast and Warm water and let it sit for at least five minutes until foamy and dissolved.
2.Mix all other ingredients (Flour, salt, sugar, and oil) and knead for 7 minutes by hand or with dough hook.
3.Make into a ball and coat lightly with olive oil, wrap and put into warm environment to let rise for 30 minutes.
By: Gus Tringale and Tristen Howard
Red Group
4. Punch the dough to release the air.
5.Divide into 3 use on or both and make into discs and put sauce, cheese, and toppings on it.
6.Bake at 475 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes.
Tomato Sauce
Chemical Reactions
The dough rising is the process of fermentation.
Cooking/heating the sauce and the dough together.
Fermentation is an exothermic reaction. We know this because it gives of energy for the yeast.
Cooking the sauce and the dough is an endothermic reaction. We know this because heat was absorbed.
In the process of fermentation yeast is a catalyst. It speeds up the process of fermentation.
1.Pour crushed tomatoes into bowl.
2.Add italian seasonings, oil, salt, sugar, garlic, and pepper.
3. Mix until evenly distributed.
You can tell that a chemical reaction has taken place because the dough was burning in the oven. Yeast is a living organism and it feeds off of the sugar gaining energy to rise.
Word Equations
All Purposed Flour+Yeast+Salt+Water+Sugar+Oil-->Pizza Dough
Pizza Dough+Tomato Sauce +Cheese+Pepperoni-->Pepperoni Pizza
How We Know That a Chemical Reaction Has Taken Place
Tomato+Oil+Salts+Sugar+Garlic+Italian Seasoning+Pepper-->Tomato Sauce
Ketchup+Vinegar+Worcestershire+Soy Sauce+Brown Sugar+Mustard+Chili Powder+Ground Ginger+Garlic+Vegetable Oil+Paprika--> Barbecue Sauce
Throughout this experience we learned about chemical reactions in making pizza. We learned about exothermic and endothermic reactions. We also learned that pizza seems very simple, but through the process we learned pizza is complicated in many ways. The pizza came out quite delectable and looked like it was made in a fancy, Italian restaurant. This demonstrated exothermic and endothermic reactions by food being changed from one substance to another chemically. It reinforced our knowledge of these subjects.
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1.Put all ingredients in a medium sized pot
2. Simmer on low for 10 to 15 minutes
3. Turn off and let sit about10 minutes
BBQ Sauce
Flippin' Dough
That smile is a little cheesy.
Too easy.
Pizza Dough+Tomato Sauce+Cheese+Ham+Pineapple--> Hawaiian Pizza
Pizza Dough+Cheese+Barbeque Sauce+Chicken--> Barbecue Sauce, Chicken Pizza
I know it sounds complicated, but it was DELICIOUS!
Total Pizza
Word Equations
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