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  • 1. HOW TO MAKE ASTEP BY STEP GUIDE PIZZA Annabell e
  • 2. INGREDIENTS Pizza Topping:Pizza Dough:  Cheese (preferably Bread flour (250g) mozzarella or parmesan) Salt (1 teaspoon)  Tomato sauce or tomato Sugar (1 teaspoon) concentrate Yeast (3.5g)  Optional- Another topping of Lukewarm water (160ml) your choice (mushrooms, Virgin olive oil (1 tablespoon) pineapple, ham)  Optional- Basil leaves *For two pizzas
  • 3. EQUIPMENT Rolling pin Measuring spoons Scale Fork Bowl Baking tray Measuring cup/jug Pizza cutter/wheel Cloth Oven
  • 4. STEP 1 Prepare pizza ingredients and equipment Clean working space (table), and wash hands with soap.*Don’t wear nail polish when making pizza, as the colourcomes off while kneading the dough
  • 5. STEP 2 Measure all ingredients to exact amount (see ingredients slide)*When measuring the yeast andflour, put the measuring cup onthe scale before turning it on
  • 6. STEP 3 Warm the water (160ml) to 37˚c
  • 7. STEP 4 Sieve the flour and salt in a bowl to make sure there are no lumps Make a well in the middle
  • 8. STEP 5 Mix the yeast, olive oil and sugar with the water in a jug*The yeast will start to foam after 4-5 minutes
  • 9. STEP 6 After the yeast foams, pour the yeast into the well
  • 10. STEP 7 Mix the flour and yeast well Bring the flour in from the sides, and swirl it into the liquid Add small amount of flour at time, so the dough won’t become too sticky or too dry*Use one hand to mix the flour and yeast, and keep the other handclean to add flour if needed
  • 11. STEP 8 Knead the dough (this takes lots of strength) Pull the dough out, then pull it back Knead until the dough’s soft, smooth and springy*When you touch/poke thedough, it should bounce back
  • 12. STEP 9 Use a damp cloth to the cover the dough, make sure there’s no water left in the cloth Leave the dough to prove for about an hour in a warm place* “Prove” means to leave it to grow
  • 13. STEP 10 After an hour, take the dough out and knead it around to push the air out*This process is called “knock the air out”
  • 14. STEP 11 Add flour to the table and the rolling pin Use the rolling pin to roll out the dough into shape Sprinkle the dough with flour, make sure the surface is even with no holes*The yeast is still growing when you’re rolling the dough out
  • 15. STEP 12 Use a tablespoon of oil and oil the baking tray Roll the dough onto the baking tray
  • 16. STEP 13 Use a fork to poke the dough after it’s on the baking tray* This lets the air out
  • 17. STEP 14 Put the dough in the oven to crisp the crust This only takes about 5 minutes
  • 18. STEP 15 Spread the tomato sauce on the base*Mark out the crust
  • 19. STEP 16 Add the cheese by sprinkling it over the tomato sauce Add any other topping of your choice over the cheese
  • 20. STEP 17 Preheat the oven 10 minutes before baking pizza Set the oven to around 200˚c Bake your pizza*Be careful not to overcook!
  • 21. STEP 18 Take your pizza out of the oven when it’s ready Slice up your pizza using the pizza cutter/wheel or a knife
  • 22. STEP 19
  • 23. INFORMATION BIBLIOGRAPHY “Bake Your Pizza.” Instructables. N.p., 2012. Web. 19 Feb. 2012. <http://www.instructables.com/id/Homemade_pizza/step10/Bake-your-pizza/>. “How to Top and Bake Pizza.” All Recipes. N.p., 2012. Web. 19 Feb. 2012. <http://allrecipes.com/howto/topping-and-baking-pizza/>. Oliver, Jamie. “Pizza Dough.” Jamie Oliver. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Feb. 2012. <http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/pizza-recipes/pizza-dough>. “Pizza Recipe.” Step By Step Cook. N.p., 1999-2012. Web. 19 Feb. 2012. <http://step- by-step-cook.co.uk/mains/pizza/?persons=3&units=Metric>. “What equipment do you call for to net home-made pizza?” Machinery FAQ. N.p., 2009. Web. 19 Feb. 2012. <http://www.machineryfaq.com/equipment/equipment-1-2342.html>.
  • 24. PHOTO BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 http://borjalada23.blogspot.com/ http://www.passionateaboutpizzabook.com/pizza-equipment/pizza-making-equipment http://mayblerose.wordpress.com/2010/07/11/ http://blog.blocksofthoughts.com/page/24/ http://www.candidheadlines.com/2011/watch-este-wash-your-hands-manong/ http://www.thisnext.com/item/05630DA3/OPI-Nail-Polish-No-Room-For http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f13/graduating-carboys-249175/ http://blog.jugglingfrogs.com/2007/12/in-praise-of-parallax.html http://www.baby-mac.com/2011/06/just-call-me-bev-episode-5-stuff-with.html http://rozmena.wordpress.com/2010/09/08/my-grandma%E2%80%99s-challah/ http://whatdidyoueat.typepad.com/what_did_you_eat/2007/06/daring-bakers-t.html http://www.life123.com/food/italian-food/pizza/how-to-make-pizza-dough-with-easy-pizza-dough- reci.shtml http://www.finecooking.com/recipes/ravioli-pasta-dough.aspx http://step-by-step-cook.co.uk/mains/pizza/?persons=3&units=Metric http://www.everyday-vegetarian-recipes.com/easy-pizza-dough-recipe.html http://boattripper.wordpress.com/category/food/ http://www.quarrygirl.com/2008/05/03/vegan-cornish-pasties/
  • 25. PHOTO BIBLIOGRAPHY 2 http://russiawithlove.blogspot.com/2008/12/lets-make-cornbread-with-russian_19.html http://www.shopolives.com/shop/olives-oil/extra-virgin-olive-oil-17-fl-oz/prod_42.html http://rockstarwife.nfshost.com/2011/12/19/how-to-make-a-gingerbread-house-part-2/ http://foodformyfamily.com/recipes/zwetschgenkuchen-is-a-plum-cake http://parisbreakfasts.blogspot.com/2011/11/french-girls-crackers.html http://pencilandfork.net/2011/01/pita-bread-white/ http://www.inmagine.com/ispc051/ispc051024-photo http://tryityoumightlikeit.wordpress.com/2010/08/07/cherry-tomato-pizza/ http://www.spiderpic.com/stock-photos/istockphoto/915613-spreading-the-cheese-on-a-pizza http://www.mykitchentreasures.com/2011_01_01_archive.html http://cathiefilian.blogspot.com/2011/09/almost-homemade-pizza-with-trader-joes.html http://www.craiglotter.co.za/2010/05/17/homemade-pizza-heaven/ http://www.123rf.com/photo_6438556_humand-hand-cutting-pizza-slices-with-pizza-cutter.html http://www.lizandlaura.com/2007/07/06/laura-eats-a-totinos-party-pizza/ http://italiandishes.in/pizza.php http://www.123rf.com/photo_5611135_cute-little-boy-eating-pizza-on-table-isolated.html http://cucinatestarossa.blogs.com/weblog/2005/01/those_crazy_ove.html