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Bake a pizza - PEP BB food.sand.pizza

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I used to be very precise about my baking in terms of measurements, and for quick breads, I still am. However, since baking with sourdough almost exclusively for 6 years, our recipes have gone out the window and the most important thing is to achieve the correct hydration of the dough. This will vary with the humidity, the amount of water in your starter (we keep ours the consistency of thick American pancake batter), and the sort of flour you use

Dough:
* A glob of sourdough starter (1-2 cups?)
* Enough plain flour to make an elastic, springy dough
* If you don't have enough dough, add more flour and water
* 1-2 tbs salt for two pizzas

Toppings (slightly blasphemous, but it's still pizza to me!):
* Mixture of our homemade chickweed and kale pestos for the base
* 1-2 bunches chopped kale
* Small amount of cheese
* Mushrooms
* Sliced courgette
* Red capsicum
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Preparing the dough and toppings
Preparing the dough and toppings
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Pizza before and after being put in the oven--cooked enough for a slice to stand on its own!
Pizza before and after being put in the oven--cooked enough for a slice to stand on its own!
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Made some pizza tonight.

Dough to make 2 pizzas was made with approximately 2 cups of flour, 1/2 cup of sourdough starter, 3/4 cup of water and 1-1/2 tsp of salt. Fermented for about 8 hours.
Sauce is olive oil, garlic, crushed red pepper, oregano, diced tomato, basil and salt.

Topping for one was green bell pepper, red onion, mushroom and mozzarella
and one with gorgonzola, mozzarella, mushroom and red onion.




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Note: Looks yummy!

 
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Pizza!! One of our favs. Used a dough recipe that is simply flour water yeast salt. We had leftover pizza sauce from a few weeks ago, it's made of tomato paste, tomato sauce, oregano, onion, garlic, salt and pepper.
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Dough recipe
Dough recipe
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Dough prep 1
Dough prep 1
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Mixed and kneaded
Mixed and kneaded
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Split in two and ready to rise
Split in two and ready to rise
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After 3 hours
After 3 hours
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Crust and sauce
Crust and sauce
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Toppings! Ham on right side only
Toppings! Ham on right side only
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Cheese on bottom and top
Cheese on bottom and top
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Done!
Done!
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Yum
Yum
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Close up of crust
Close up of crust
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Here is my submission for the Food Preparation and Preservation - Sand - Make Pizza BB.

To document the completion of the BB, I have provided the following:
  - Link to/post the recipe you used: I wrote a step by step recipe here.  It is my Mom's Recipe and I grew up eating this
  - pic of the crust being made
  - pic of the pizza getting its toppings put on
  - pic of the completed pizza and a slice of pizza
          o showing that the pizza is not burnt and it is cooked all the way through

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mixing the dough
mixing the dough
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adding sauce - homemade meaty red sauce (in crock pot)
adding sauce - homemade meaty red sauce (in crock pot)
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more meat :)
more meat :)
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cheese topping
cheese topping
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baked - cooked through and not burned
baked - cooked through and not burned
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Note: Looks super good!

 
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Recipe: https://melissaknorris.com/best-beginner-sourdough-sandwich-bread-no-yeast/
It’s sandwich bread, but oddly enough makes a pretty good pizza crust!
We utilized our sourdough to make a double batch of this as well as our bread: https://permies.com/wiki/40/102815/pep-food-prep-preservation/loaves-bread-PEP-BB-food#1236579

Don’t have a photo of the crust before toppings, they were a bit too quick and didn’t even realize it was being worked on till half of the toppings were on, hopefully thats not required.
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Dough being mixed up
Dough being mixed up
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Rising on the pizza stone
Rising on the pizza stone
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Toppings going on
Toppings going on
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More toppings going on.
More toppings going on.
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Done baking and sliced up!
Done baking and sliced up!
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Up close to show its fully cooked. Too many toppings tend to make the center doughy, not in this case however.
Up close to show its fully cooked. Too many toppings tend to make the center doughy, not in this case however.
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