Please your children with a homemade pizza

vickylass By vickylass, 5th Mar 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2qxbm445/
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This will tell you how to make delicious home made pizzas for your children and you will know what they're eating.

Please your children with a homemade pizza

It's only fair that one's children wished to have pizza for a meal, but one will do well on making them at home made one rather than shopping them in the supermarket that one won't know how they made the dough and what they put in it to keep them long on supermarket shelves.
It's what a friend told me. Once a week, she pleased her school children with pizza or hamburgers, but they were always the ones she made at home.
Dough for pizza is very easy to make and won't take us long in the kitchen. One will need wheat flour (quantities to one's discretion and depending on how much of this dough we are to need) cold water, a couple of spoonfuls of olive oil and a pinch of salt.
We'll pour the flour in a bowl, making a hollow in the middle to add the water, the oil and a pinch of salt. Then, we'll work this dough out with our hands till we get a ball of dough. We'll let it rest for few minutes to then taking small balls and to flatten with a rolling pin. The thinner, the better. We can make a big pizza or several small ones.
For the topping, we may add whatever we have in the fridge such as small pieces of bacon, chorizo sausage or mushrooms with a touch of dried mozzarella cheese. It may make a savoury home made pizza to top the dough with sardines, stripes of red pepper and sliced tomatoes, a good drizzle of olive oil and a pinch of thyme and oregano.
In so doing, one will be sure of what one and its children are eating.

(C) Copyright. Vicky Pino. March 5th 2015.

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Dough, Flour, Oil, Salt, Toppings, Water

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author avatar Kingwell
5th Mar 2015 (#)

Good Share.

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author avatar Retired
5th Mar 2015 (#)

I've not made my own pizza in ages. I will definitely have to do this as I do love pizza.

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author avatar vickylass
5th Mar 2015 (#)

Try the one with sardines (fresh or tinned in olive oil) stripes of red pepper, sliced tomatoes, capers and black olives with a drizzle of olive oil, thyme and oregano. No mozzarella cheese on this one!

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