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Bake a pizza - PEP BB food.sand.pizza

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Hi, this is my first post!

So the recipe for the crust that I loosely followed:
1.75 cups warm water (45°C)
11g dry yeast
3ts sugar
5-6 cups of flour, I used a handful of bread flour too
salt
0.5 cups vegetable oil

For the toppings I used onion, mushroom, ground beef, some sweet pepper and a little pineapple.
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The ingredients being mixed.
The ingredients being mixed.
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The dough after rising, I made three pizzas out of it.
The dough after rising, I made three pizzas out of it.
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The pizza with it's toppings on.
The pizza with it's toppings on.
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Cooked pizza.
Cooked pizza.
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Pizza pizza.
Pizza pizza.
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For this BB, my girlfriend gave me the recipe of Brazilian pizza, which is where she is from. The recipe was a flat crush pizza crust was as follows:
-2 1/3 cups of flour
-1 packet of instant yeast
-1 1/2 teaspoons of sugar
-3/4 teaspoon of salt
-2 tablespoons of olive oil
-3/4 cup of warm water

The toppings were as follows:
-black olives
-onions
-corn
-boiled egg
-chopped ham
-tomatoes (sliced)

Lots of pics to follow
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Flour and yeast
Flour and yeast
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Adding oil after mixing sugar, flour, and yeast
Adding oil after mixing sugar, flour, and yeast
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Putting into oiled pan so that it can expand
Putting into oiled pan so that it can expand
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Rolling out, we had to use an old whiskey bottle because I dont have a rolling pan
Rolling out, we had to use an old whiskey bottle because I dont have a rolling pan
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Shape of pan
Shape of pan
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Getting sauced
Getting sauced
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Lots of cheese
Lots of cheese
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Toppings
Toppings
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Baked
Baked
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Delicious slice
Delicious slice
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Pizza - 1 1/2c ww flour, 1 1/2c sourdough starter , 1 Tbs olive oil, 1 tsp sea salt.
Marinara, salami, pepperoni, pineapple, parmesan, motserela
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Dough
Dough
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Crust
Crust
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Top
Top
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Bake
Bake
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Done
Done
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I got my sourdough starter back out of the fridge! It's been hibernating since I had a baby. Time for pizza, my kids say. Right, they are! So I followed my sourdough pizza recipe, and left it to proof in a covered bowl. During fruit fly season, these wax wraps come in handy! Fruit flies like sourdough... Once risen, I shape the crusts and bake them. Next, They're topped with Newman's Own. I love the garlic and roasted tomato variety. Cheese and sausages from last year's piggie. It cooked all the way through, and didn't burn. Although, I do like my crust to rise more, I know I just reactivated it and it takes a few "feedings" before the culture is super active again.
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happy sourdough!
happy sourdough!
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my recipe
my recipe
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covered bowl
covered bowl
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shaped crusts
shaped crusts
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sausage
sausage
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sauce goes on baked crust
sauce goes on baked crust
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round pizza
round pizza
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rectangular pizza
rectangular pizza
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lovely, well-done pizza
lovely, well-done pizza
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Note: Yum! Makes me want to pull my sourdough starter from the freezer and bake pizza.

 
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