A pizza is a staple dish in many kitchens, but it can be hard to find the perfect recipe. The cheese might not melt properly or the crust might come out soggy. This recipe for “Loads of Cheese and a Crispy Crust: Recipe for the Perfect Pizza” will teach you how to make delicious homemade pizzas that your family will love!
The first step is preparing all of your ingredients. You’ll need flour, yeast, salt, sugar and vegetable oil (we recommend using olive oil). For toppings we suggest anything from mushrooms to pineapple – use what you like best!
Next, combine the dry ingredients in a bowl. Mix together for about one minute and then add your wet ingredient – olive oil or vegetable oil. Add more water if necessary to make it into dough that’s not too sticky but can still hold its shape when you knead it. Knead until elastic (about four minutes). Let rise for at least an hour before stretching out thin with your hands on a floured surface. You may want to use wax paper so you don’t have flour all over the counter top! To keep from having issues with sticking try using corn meal underneath as well as above the pizza base while stretching it out thin. After that preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit and bake crust for five minutes first before adding toppings. If the crust starts browning too much after it’s cooked for five minutes, turn oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and bake until top is golden brown.
If you’re not into pizza but want a tasty baked good try this amazing recipe:
pizza dough (see above) or store bought puff pastry sheet
cream cheese softened at room temperature [make sure that the cream cheese isn’t refrigerated!]
chopped green onion about one tablespoon per slice of pie (optional)[you can also use red onion]
shredded mozzarella cheese – get as close to 100 grams per slice as possible[or just do half if your math skills are lacking] – fresh thyme leaves from about four sprigs of thyme
100 grams finely sliced, dried figs
a pinch or two salt
Cooking Instructions: Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Roll out the dough on top of parchment paper and place it in an oiled pizza pan. Top with cream cheese, green onion, mozzarella cheese and fresh thyme leaves from about four sprigs of thyme. Drizzle olive oil over top if desired then bake for 18 minutes until golden brown and crispy around edge. Allow to cool slightly before slicing into eight slices per pie (or 16 pieces total). Eat by using the parchment paper as your plate!
You can also eat this recipe without cooking but you’ll need some extra ingredients like pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and fresh thyme leaves from about four sprigs of thyme.
Pizza is a pizza-shaped dish typically topped with tomato sauce and cheese and baked in an oven. The word “pizza” first appeared in Italy during the Renaissance period, but different parts of Europe have their own versions as well; for example, pizzas are also popular in Greece where they may be topped with feta cheese or olives.
There are many varieties of pizzas around the world: Margherita (tomato, mozzarella and basil), pepperoni pizza (slices of uncooked meat) and spinach pie from Turkey to name just three! You can even make your own version by adding whatever toppings you like best – we recommend green onion, fresh thyme leaves from about four sprigs of thyme.