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Refrigerator Pizza Dough
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- A dish of Italian origin consisting of a flat, round base of dough baked with a topping of tomato sauce and cheese, typically with added meat or vegetables
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A16 SF White Napolitana Pizza Recipe-8854
This could be one of the most tasteful, crunchy and delicious pizza dough recipe I've ever made. It was extracted from my favorite ITalian Restaurant in San Francisco A16. It reminds me when my parents visit me in San Francisco and we went all together, a very memorable time sitting in the little backyard of the restaurant. Everything about this place is amazing. Wine Pair with Montepulciano (Abruzzo) Pizza Toppings: - Parmesan cheese - Arugula - Black Olives - Chile flakes or siracha ( dilute siracha in olives juice, with garlic and a litle bit of olive oil ) - Lomo or capocollo or copa ( perfect combination with the spiciness of the chile flakes) - Mozzarella Note that this is a god example that a good pizza does not need to have tomatoes sauce or promodoro on it. - Pizza Dough: This is the what makes the different!!!! From A16 Cookbook Makes 4 (9- to 10-inch pizzas) 1?4 teaspoon active dry yeast 1 1?2 cups warm water (100? to 105?F) 2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil 2 teaspoons salt 4 cups “00” flour or all-purpose flour Toppings of choice (recipes follow) Extra virgin olive oil Step 1: To make the dough, in a small bowl, sprinkle the yeast over the warm water and let proof for 10 minutes. If the yeast has not dissolved into a soft, frothy paste in that time, hunt down a fresher batch and repeat the process. Stir in the olive oil and salt. Step 2: In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the dough hook, combine the flour and yeast mixture and mix together on low speed for about 2 minutes, or until the dough is shaggy and most of the water has been absorbed. Knead on medium-low speed for about 10 minutes, or until the dough pulls away from the sides of the bowl and looks smoother. Cover the bowl with a damp kitchen towel and let rest for 5 minutes. Knead on medium-low speed for an additional 10 minutes, or until the dough is very smooth, soft, and warm to the touch. Step 3: Lightly coat a large bowl with olive oil. Transfer the dough to the bowl, turn the dough so that both sides are lightly coated in oil, cover with plastic wrap, and refrigerate overnight. Step 4: The next day, punch down the dough with your fist, then fold over the sides and turn the dough over in the bowl. Re-cover and return to the refrigerator for at least 4 hours or up to 24 hours. Step 5: Remove the dough from the refrigerator and place it on a floured work surface. Divide the dough into 4 equal pieces. One at a time, cup the pieces in your hands and tuck under the sides until you have formed a smooth ball. Place the balls on the floured work surface, providing plenty of room between the balls, and cover with a damp kitchen towel. Let the balls proof for 1 1?2 to 2 hours, or until doubled in volume. Keep a water-filled spray bottle handy, and if you see a skin forming on the surface of the dough, spray the surface to dissolve the skin. The skin will prevent the dough from rising properly and will make shaping the dough difficult. Step 6: To make your oven pizza ready, place a pizza stone on the lowest rack and preheat the oven to its maximum temperature (typically between 500? and 550?F) for at least 30 minutes. To shape a ball of dough into a pizza base, place it on a well-floured work surface. Using the tips of your fingers, pat down the ball, flattening it into a disk. Place the palm of one hand in the center of the dough and gently but firmly press down. At the same time, with the other hand, pull the dough outward while rotating it clockwise to form a flat circle with a slightly raised edge, or cornicione. If the dough feels resistant as you stretch it, set it aside, covered with a damp kitchen towel, while you work on a second ball of dough. This will give the gluten a chance to rest, making the dough more pliable once you return to it. The entire time you are working on the dough, maintain a thin layer of flour underneath it to prevent it from sticking. If you don’t feel confident handling pizza dough, try starting with a rolling pin to ensure you begin with an even circle, and then return to hand stretching. Continue to stretch the dough, allowing time for it to relax as needed, until it is 10 to 12 inches in diameter. Generously dust a pizza peel or a rimless baking sheet with flour. Slide the pizza base onto the peel, and then immediately shake the peel to ensure the dough isn’t sticking to it. Dress the base with the selected toppings. To transfer the pizza to the pizza stone, place the peel over the stone and quickly jerk it back. The pizza should slide smoothly off the peel onto the stone in one piece. It is important to bake the pizza immediately after putting the toppings on it, or the dough will soften and stick to the peel. If you are grilling the pizza, follow the instructions below, making sure not to add any of the toppings until the base has been brushed with olive oil, grilled on the first side, and flipped over. Bake the pizza for 6 to 7 minutes, or until the dough is crisp and golden bro
Pancetta, pate, basil and tomato pizza
This turned out to be the most flavorful crust yet, but just a bit bready. I rushed getting the baking going so the dough was still a bit cool when it hit the oven. The dough itself underwent a very long fermentation, due to going through 1 retarded rise (overnight in the refrigerator) before it was frozen, and then another 2 rises after it was thawed. Nothing too new in the toppings, other than wrapping up tiny balls of pate in blanched basil leaves. I did that so the basil will have something to absorb the heat as well as to give it a bit of moisture, doing the dual duty of keeping it tender and preventing it from overcooking. Though that did the job of preserving the delicate flavors of the basil, I probably should have also wrapped small segments of bacon around the pate, as their tastes will complement each other and will tend to prop most of the bacon high above the pizza where it will receive more dry heat rather than steam near the surface... I rushed preheating the oven and baking stone too, starting just as the oven temp was up to 500 degrees (the baking stone must have still been absorbing heat...); the end result was a crust that had a more bready texture than usual, with a bit of a sourdough-like taste due to the prolonged fermentation. The bacon had not cripsed up either; it probably should have been started separately on a griddle before entering the oven... Perhaps next time... Pancetta, pate, basil and tomato pizza Tuesday, June 27, 2006
refrigerator pizza dough
Attention pizza lovers! Create your own "personal pizza" with this sturdy wooden pizza set.
With the Melissa & Doug Pizza Party, your child can make believe she's running a pizza parlor, doing everything from baking and slicing a pizza to serving it to her guests. This high-quality wood toy is designed for kids three and up and includes a "sliceable" pizza, a pizza tray, 54 pizza "toppings," a pizza cutter, and a server, all packaged in a sturdy wood container.
What We Think
The Good: Sturdy wood toy will stand up to years of play
The Challenging: Cute, painted, wood storage container is built to last, but would be improved with the addition of a cover
In a Nutshell: Toy pizza with topping and utensils offers kids fun, creative props for imaginary play
Kids love serving up their delicious pizza creations with the wooden pizza cutter and server. View larger.
With 54 pizza toppings, children can customize pies for their friends and family. View larger.
Make, Bake, and Serve Pizza
The wooden pizza consists of six "slices" that are held together by Velcro. Each piece has three Velcro disks for attaching the pizza toppings. Your child can assemble the pizza right on the cheerful green pizza tray. Using pepperoni, mushroom, or peppers, or a combination of the three toppings, she can make a pizza that almost looks good enough to eat.
Once the pizza is "ready," the child can use the pizza cutter to cut the pizza. It actually has a rolling blade, just like an authentic utensil, and since the pizza slices are held together with Velcro, it makes a fun crunching sound when it's cut. Your little pizza chef can then dish out pizza to her customers with the included server. (Note that the toy kitchen utensils are not meant for use with real food or with real kitchen appliances.)
Play and Learn
Pretend play is a very important part of childhood development, and the Pizza Party toy gives children fun, straightforward tools to inspire their imaginations. We also love that this toy is perfect for both independent and interactive playtime, giving parents the opportunity to help kids learn while playing, too. For example, children can learn counting concepts while preparing pizza: ask them to count the number of mushrooms on the pizza, or to put 10 peppers on her pizza.
Sturdy Wood Construction
The Pizza Party comes with 54 disk-shaped pizza toppings -- three of each kind -- which is enough to create an all-pepperoni, all-peppers, or all-mushroom pizza, as well as make up whatever combination your child chooses. We like that there are an abundance of toppings pieces, so that the inevitable loss of a couple of pieces won't ruin the whole toy. That said, we do wish that the cute, painted wood storage container came with a cover to help keep the pieces in place a bit better.
With its sturdy wood construction and high-quality materials, this toy is made to last. And as with all of their products, Melissa & Doug states that this toy is made with non-toxic coatings and meets or exceeds US toy testing standards.
About Melissa & Doug
Started in the garage at Doug's parents' house in 1988, Melissa & Doug has grown to become one of the most popular toy makers in the world. Their toys have garnered dozens of parenting and "best toy" awards over the years, and have been featured widely in national print media and on television.
One of the company's points of pride is that their toys are thoroughly tested for safety, and meet all US consumer product safety regulations. The toys are tested at the factory of origin during various phases of the production process to ensure that every toy meets the company's stringent safety requirements every step along the way. In particular, the paints and coatings on Melissa & Doug toys are tested frequently to be sure they meet or exceed government recommendations limiting heavy metals and lead in children's items.
Since day one, Melissa & Doug has been in compliance with every US consumer product safety regulation and will continue to stay compliant as the laws continue to evolve, assuring parents that their children can have a safe childhood while playing with Melissa & Doug toys.
What's in the box Toy pizza, 54 "pizza topping" pieces, wood pizza server and pizza cutter.