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Old 04-23-2012, 04:19 PM   #21
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Lol, I have to try the fridge thing....and maybe the sourdough thing too.

People rave about my same day white crust though........maybe the 1/2 wheat would benefit from fridge treatment.

The same recipe doubles great for indian flatbread, just leave out the garlic and onion powder.

Rolll flat and cook on a HOT flat skillet. Flip after a minute.


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Old 04-23-2012, 04:29 PM   #22
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Jiffy Pizza Crust (box form! -- follow the instructions)
Brush with EVOO + black pepper, garlic, and oregano
Bake for 5-10 minutes (just enough to keep the dough from absorbing the sauce mid-bake)
Add sauce, pizza cheese blend, mozzarella, fresh basil, and prosciutto
Bake for another 15-25 minutes until cheese is bubbly.

Pic is about 5 minutes into the second bake.

I'll have to try homemade crust this next weekend


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Making the crust really is fun for me, like making beer, but easier.....and cheap!
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Old 04-23-2012, 06:10 PM   #24
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Making the crust really is fun for me, like making beer, but easier.....and cheap!

I agree, it's a lot of fun, but I don't know about cheap.
Once I was able to make a decent dough, I began to obsess over it just like beer. I started trying different styles, pans, $400 mixer, $2000 brick oven, several different flours in bulk, different kinds of tomatoes by the case, a multitude of cheeses and toppings to try. I could go on and on. Now I'm working on a mobile pizza project with a friend. We turning a vintage '67 Airstream camper into a pizza kitchen, including a wood-fired oven.
We took the body off to beef up the frame and install a new axle and floor. We built our own service window and are about ready to fit out the interior.
I hope I don't get sick of pizza anytime soon.
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Oh my...I don't even...what a great idea. We need a "mobile pizza project" around here.
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I can just hear Cheech and Chong now... "you mean the pizza comes to YOU, man?"
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X-Stream Pizza, baby!
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WTF???


Now people are just making sh!t up.

Brick oven trailer.........I would have to work a smoker into that kinda dual use trailer....


OK!


NEW EPIC MAN-UP MISSION:

Hand made dough from scratch.......(preferably from old italian stolen recipe)
Tomato sauce from tomatos, oregano, basil you grew from seed.....
Mozzerella, monterey jack, provolone, and parmesan that you made.......
Pepperoni that you ground, stuffed dried. (you didn't have to raise the pig )
BAKED in your wood fired brick oven with wood that you split
IN a free standing (or airstream mounted) wood fired oven that you built.
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Brick oven trailer.........I would have to work a smoker into that kinda dual use trailer....
I have a picture somewhere of a portable brick oven pizza trailer that I have seen around my area. I think they specialize in parties and events and so on, but it's not an Airstream, that's for sure.


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