mix the yeast, sugar and water together.
put this mix in a warm place for 10 minutes or until it has bubbled and gone frothy.
mix the flour, salt, olive oil and yeast mix together in a bowl.
knead the mix on a floured surface until the dough is smooth.
put the kneaded dough into a greased bowl and leave to rise in a warm place for the next hour.
punch the dough down and roll out to the desired pizza sizes.
place the dough on a greased pan, put your toppings on top of the pizza.
cook in a preheated (210°c) oven for 15 minutes.
pipstar @ 01:24 AM
i think i possibly need to have a pizza night soon. that recipe sounds delicious, and i always forget just how easy it is to make homemade pizza.
on another note, this morning i realised that i'm listening to music differently these days. i think it's because of my recent folk music phase, which i can directly attribute to the purchase of my first nick drake album about 2 years ago.
it was strange, i put on an older ben harper cd this morning which i haven't listened to for aeons, and it was like i was listening to it in a whole new light.
Posted by pete
at April 12, 2002 01:25 PM
this dough is da bomb. pizza is way easier to make than pasta, it takes less time, although one does have to plan ahead to prep the dough.
pumpkin & pine nut pizza.
pumpkin, fetta, mushies, capsicum, anchovies and brocoli[sp?]
pumpkin, fetta and pinenut.
to be made l8r
pumpkin, mushies, capsicum, anchovies and brocoli[sp?]
urrrrrrr, drool, anchovies, so salty, so much like eyebrows...
Posted by [cw]
at June 16, 2002 03:38 PM
so what do you use the dried oregano for?
Posted by simone
at March 19, 2004 12:50 PM
vegan gluten-free cake
birthday chocolate cake
orange vegetable soup
baking with honey
mmmm. marinated feta
hot cross buns... badness
chocolate chip cookies
mum's chocolate brownies
vietnamese cold rolls
fake almond cookies
ten minute tomato soup
spicy thai meatballs