Lovely homemade pizzas

Pizza with topping #2: buffalo mozzarella, salami, sunblush tomatoes, red onions, garlic and oregano

On Sunday I made homemade pizzas that were so good, that even though I have posted a similar recipe here already, I have to tell you about these pizzas. I used the same dough as always, but made with a flour called Manitoba Cream that I imported from Sweden, and it was a great flour! I then rolled it out very thin and managed to put toppings on that really worked together. I already want to make this again… 🙂

The recipe is for four people originally, but it is enough for about 3 people, on Sunday however, we managed to eat all but one slice, because it was so delicious. That last piece Christopher took to work for his lunch, and his colleagues didn’t believe it was homemade. They seem really nice his co-workers… 🙂

Pizza toppings #1: chorizo, buffalo mozzarella, spring onions, mushrooms and oregano

Homemade pizza, 2-3 portions

200 ml lukewarm water

2 tbsp milk

2 tbsp olive oil

pinch of salt

1 tsp honey

1,5 tsp dried yeast

500-600 ml plain flour

Pour the liquids into a bowl and mix them, then add the salt and the yeast, make sure the yeast dissolves. Then add about 500 ml flour and knead it in. If the dough is too sticky, add a little more. When the dough has let go of the sides of the bowl, is all in one piece and is still a bit sticky, sprinkle some flour on top, place a clean tea towel on top and let it rise for about 45 minutes or until it has doubled in size.

Knead in some more flour. Roll out to desired size, I usually do two large thin pizzas. 

Tomato sauce: Mix 1 part ketchup with 1 part tomato paste and 1 part BBQ, chilli or reggae reggae sauce.

Topping I:

buffalo mozzarella

thin slices of chorizo

sliced button mushrooms

sliced spring onions

oregano

Topping II:

buffalo mozzarella

salami

sliced sunblush tomatoes

sliced red onion

pressed garlic

oregano

Bake for about 8 minutes in 265 centigrade.

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2 Responses to Lovely homemade pizzas

  1. hehe isn’t that the ultimate taste test-when people finish almost everything! 😀

  2. Karolina says:

    The best pizza I ever had was homemade so I can see any reason to buy take aways or those frozen ones. My favourite must be topping II. 🙂

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