Monday, 11 November 2013

Yummy Pizza Sauce & Dough Recipe

Moiya's paddle and skin for pizza
PizzaSauce                                     Shilleen Whibley

1   28 oz.               canned crushed tomatoes
1 Tbls.                   dried parsley
2 tsp.                     dried basil
1 tsp.                     dried oregano
1/2 tsp.                 dried thyme
1/2 tsp.                 marjoram
1/4 tsp.                 freshly ground pepper
1/4 cup                 olive oil
2 tsp.                     granulated garlic powder
1/4 cup                 red wine vinegar
1 1/2 tsp.               salt

... pizza stone ... about $40 ...
Order of making a Pizza
1.   hand toss dough and lay on pizza peel (I put  
      whole wheat flour   & cornmeal on the peel .
2.   lightly brush dough with olive oil (creates  
    barrier so dough doesn't get soggy)
3.   Put sauce on.
4.   Sprinkle a bit of cheese
5.   Add toppings ( veggies & meat....)etc.)
6.   Top with grated parmesan reggiano
7.   Do you like spices?(top with whatever
    you prefer......sesame seeds, dried red chilli  
    peppers, oregano, fresh basil.....and for sure
    always fresh ground pepper.
8.   Now throw it in the oven (as hot as your oven
      can go....make sure to put the stone in the
      oven first, then turn the oven on.....and let the
      stone get hot for a good half and hour.)
        The Pizza will only take 8-12 min. max.
                            Oh Yummy!

... stone can be purchased in a box like this ...
  Pizza Dough                         Shilleen Whibley

3 c. bread flour   * it is important to use Bread flour*
1 1/2 cups   all purpose flour
1 tsp,           salt
1 tsp.           yeast
1/2 cup       olive oil
1 1/2 cups   water (warm)

Mix just for incorporation;  
Rest for 5 min.;     Mix some more;     Let rise for 2 hours
Put in fridge in balls. (overnight)   Spray inside of Zip lock bag before inserting ball of dough
Take out and let go to room temperature (about 2 hours before using)

If not refrigerating......Just let the dough rise for 2 hours.


Number Of Servings:4 12 inch Pizza's

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