Pizza that is not pizza

I do not understand why pizza is called the Italian national dish.
Perhaps the word pizza is Italian but the idea (the main is idea, yeah?) put on flat cake all you have now I believe belongs to all people rather than Italians only. I promise I do research about it.



So here is non-Italian pizza from me.

Dough:
500 grams of flour
250 ml of water
3 tablespoons of olive oil
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon full of sugar
1 package dry yeast (read on the package on how much flour you need for your package)


I like to add different spices in the dough, I means marjoram, oregano, basil, dried garlic, dried onions, sage and a little curry powder for color.

Make a dough and leave it to rise in warm place about 1.5 hours. I do all this (mixing and raising) in my home bread-making machine (nice and very useful appliance, by the way!).

After one hour and a half ....





Grease baking tray with vegetable oil and put the dough evenly distributed. From the top your dough should be lubricated also.

Bake in a heated up to 250C oven until golden crust.




As the dough become ready grease cake with sauce.




Here is my sauce: ketchup, tomato paste, mayonnaise, black pepper.




You can put on cake all what you want and what you have. I'm personally just open the refrigerator and look what I have.

Today my refrigerator contain:
onions
paprika
sausage
olive
cheese




Very well! I'm slice all to small pieces, because I want have all on every piece.

Put all ingredients except cheese on the sauce and put back in oven until it take a heat. Better turn in the grill mode if you have it.







After sprinkle the cheese and put back into the oven until cheese become melt.






This recipe maybe long for read but really is very simple. Just do everything step by step.

As result you will have very delicious pizza. Dough will be soft but with crispy crust.
The fact that we have added a mayonnaise sauce filling will be very juicy.

This pizza is nice when cold too, so you can bring it to some outdoor activities or long walks.



Try to cook this pizza by my recipe and you never again will buy frozen one from supermarket.

8 comments:

Tina said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog! Your pizza looks great!

Sunshinemom said...

Pizza looks very delicious!

Joanna said...

this looks very delicious! you've definitely got a ton of toppings for each bite you take.

you're really funny. i research random food facts, too, if something is annoying me.

Nazarina A said...

Very nicely done! I love all your toppings as well and the dough looks so spongy and delicious!

meeso said...

A homemade pizza is always the best, yours really looks tasty!

Cooking nurse said...

Thanks!:)

SriLekha said...

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Jeff said...

That pizza looks awesome. Going to have to try that.