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Share a little about the ingredients and techniques used to create this dish/item. To make home made pizza you will need the following items: Materials: Round baking pans Large bowl Measuring tools (spoons and cups) Cutting board Small Knife Food: All Purpose Flour-2 cups Olive Oil-3 table spoons Yeast-one envelope Salt-1/4 teaspoon Sugar-1 teaspoon water-2/3 or 3/4 cup Spinach mushrooms pepperoni dice sausage slice tomatoes shredded cheese slice onions slice bell peppers tomato sauce First, you need to put two cups of flour into a mixing bowl then add sugar and salt. Next, pour your yeast in a container with warm water and stir. After stirring the yeast with water, gradually pour this liquid into the bowl with the flour mixture and massage the dough with your hands. Next put the dough in a bowl and cover it for about 30 minutes, until the dough starts to rise. Knead the dough into a smooth circle shape and place it into the baking pan. Add your tomato sauce on top of it and all your toppings. I put my cheese on last and placed the pizza into the oven to cook for about 12 to 15 minutes on 350 degrees. Finally, slice the pizza and enjoy!!!
What are you most proud of? I am very proud of the taste of my pizza, and my husband really enjoyed it so much that he ate several slices. I prepared two types of pizzas with various toppings. I am really looking forward to making more home made pizza.
What advice would you give someone starting this project? When starting this project make sure you have all your materials needed to complete this cooking activity. I didn't have a wooden pizza board so I used a round metal bake pan, but this wasn't my choice. I enjoyed my pizza, however, I wasn't to pleased with the sight of flour on the bottom of my pizza bread, so next time, I will use oil instead of flour to keep the dough from sticking to the pan. I plan to make a thinner crust on the next pizza project, because I really like to taste the toppings more than the bread taste.