Assume it or not—you don’t need a wood burning pizza oven to cook a delicious home made pizza. All you really need is the hours and all the ingredients. Folks definitely stray away from manufacturing dough from scratch, but it really is well worth the effort. Regardless that it won’t cook as quickly if you don’t have a wood burning pizza oven, as it may lack the rustic burnt taste—the data can still be absolutely amazing.
So this article teach you how to make a perfect pizza dough, with an uncomplicated recipie; and we’ll furthermore give you a coveted recipe for a tasty Baked Potato Pizza. This pizza recipe is done different in various states. New York has it’s own variation of this recipe, combined with restaurants in Texas or Florida—but we’ll be focusing on the fresh California style baked potato pizza. Along with the best part, it can be cooked in a conventional oven if you don’t have a wood burning pizza oven! So prepare for a tasty recipe. Here’s what you will definitely need for the Dough:
-1 tablespoon active dry yeast (or substitute for 1oz of brewer’s yeast)
-1 cup of warm wate -3 cups of flou
-1 ½ tablespoon of extra-virgin olive oil -a pinch of salt -a pinch of suga
In a small bowl—put some of the yeast in the warm water you’ve measured. Do some light stirring until all the yeast has dissolved in the water. Set it in reserve for about 6-7 short minutes. Whilst waiting, have a large bowl—pour the flour in the bowl. Make a hole in the center of the flour—when this can be finished, pour the yeast and water mix in that hole; thereafter add the olive oil, salt and sugar. Just mix the whole mix with a wooden spoon—once a general consistency of dough forms—its time for the most fun part—kneading. Start to work the dough with your hands. They can do this right on your countertop just be sure to ensure that there is extra flour placed beneath the dough you knead to avoid any small pieces sticking to your hands or the counter. Continue to do this until the dough has the perfect consistency. Make an effort to tear it—you should be able to pull quite far before the dough tears. This is a perfect test to know whether its ready for the wood burning pizza oven or conventional oven. However—before you are able to bake the dough—place it in a bowl, and cover it with a towl…you’ll need to enable the dough sit for about 45 minutes to an hour to let the yeast rise and the dough expand. This really is a perfect time to preheat your oven or start burning the wood in your wood burning pizza oven. Now—for the toppings for your pizza here’s what you’ll need:
2 baked potatoes
-Bacon Bits (pre cooked)
-Cheese (whatever you like)
First start by skinning the potatoes, and cutting them to small pieces, at this point your pizza dough should be finished. So use a rolling pin to make the dough into a circular disk. You can then top it—and put it in your conventional oven for 25 minutes or your wood burning pizza oven for about 15 minutes.
Enjoy your perfectly cooked Baked Potato Pizza!