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My Favorite Pizza

My Favorite Pizza.....Taylor !

Taylor Broden

on 9 February 2011

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Making My Favorite Pizza Step 1 Wash Your Hands And Prepare Cooking Area ! Step 2 Preparing your tomato pizza sauce Step 3 *Melt the butter with the olive oil slowly but completely saute the garlic and onion in a skillet *Add the tometoes, salt, pepper, oregano, basil, and puree. *Let them boil then simmer covered for 2 hours. Stir occassionally ,crushing the tomatoes with a potato masher. *continue to mash, stir, and simmer partially covered until the sauce reaches the consistency of a rich soup. Making Pizza Dough (dough 10-12 inch pizzas) Step 4 making your own pizza dough by hand is both challenging and satisfying. Home made pizza dough, "from scratch", is without a doubt the single most defining factor that differences a great pizza from any other pizza that you will ever have. Ingredients 1 1/2 cups of warm water (105 F-115F. 1 package (2 1/4 teaspoons) of active dry yeast (check the expiration date on the package) 3 1/2 cups of bread flour (can use all-purpose but bread flour will give you a crisper crust)
2 tbsp olive oil 2 teaspoons salt 1 Teaspoons sugar Panning the prepared pizza dough. *Panning the dough is the step where you use a rolling pin or machines to create the pizza base with your dough.lThere are machines that help you sheet and pan the pizza dough, or you can use the hand toosing method or the rolling pin if you want to do it yourself. Depending on the style, size, composition, and number of pizzas you choose to make, the methods of sizing, shaping, trimming, and ultimately, panning the pizza dough, will vary. Step 5 Topping the pizza First, spread the pizza sauce evenly over the surface of the dough. Spoon the suace out the edge of the dough sheet, leaving "un-sauced" about 3/4" to 1" of the dough crust. Next, layer the shredded cheese creating an evenly distributed bad of cheese on which to arrange your toppings. (You will use another cup of cheese for finishing off the top of the pizza) From this point on, let your eyes, nose, creativity, and taste buds take over to add other toppings to your pizza. Some toppings , ( fresh vegetables, certain cheese, and fatty meats), are higher in moisture and fat content and you have to take this into account when you use them, to ensure ypur pizza doesn't turn out soggy. Pizza Ingredients Olive Oil Cornmeal (to Slide the pizza onto the stone) Tomato Sauce Mozzarella or Parmaesan cheese shredded. Mushrooms, thinly sliced Pepperoni, thinly sliced Sliced Chicken Step 6 *The final step is to bake the pizza.When you oven is at the right temperature place a prepared pizza in the center of the middle rack to allow for maximum air circulation around the pan. *Make adjustments to your bakning process one at a time until you've found the perfect balance of rack position, temperature and baking time to suit your oven. Signs to look for that the pizza is ready are:
-The cheese has melted on top and it's beginning to brown,
-The crust edge has browned, from the medium to golden brown,
-Carefully lift the edge og the edge of the pizza to inspect its bottom. The bottom dough should be evenly browned. If these signs are evident, your pizza is done.! Step 7 Step 8
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