Ft pizza procedure

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Ft pizza procedure

  1. 1. HOW TO MAKE A PIZZA SUJINNA 9RED
  2. 2. Ingredients• Pizza Dough (250g) [Tippo “00”]• Salt (1 teaspoon)• 150ml of lukewarm water• White Sugar (1 teaspoon)• Yeast• Olive Oil (1 tablespoon)• Concentrated tomato sauce• Tomato paste• Topping (whatever you want – can vary from salami to anchovies to mushrooms)*to determine whether you want to you concentrated tomato sauce or tomatopaste for your pizza, tomato paste is generally drier than concentrated tomatosauce. It is highly suggested that you use the tomato paste when working withlots of vegetable. You could also use a mix of both.
  3. 3. Equipment• Flour Sifter• Rolling pin• Baking tray• Mixing Bowl• Measuring Jug (Glass, it is going to contain hot liquid)• Measuring Spoons
  4. 4. Tips before you start cookingAVOID CROSS-CONTAMINATION AT ALL COSTS1. Don’t put stainless steel/aluminum into the microwave to avoid major explosions (glass is most preferred)2. Clean the table before you start (use green side of sponge when cleaning)3. No nail polish on fingers when working with dough
  5. 5. Step 1Sieve 250 grams of pizza flour (Tippo “00”)into the mixing bowl
  6. 6. Step 2Add Yeast into 150ml of lukewarm water[30 seconds in microwave if thewater is not warm enough][the temperature of water shouldbe around 37°c][Use a glass measuring jug forthis process]
  7. 7. Step 3Add 1 teaspoon of sugar and 1 teaspoon ofsalt into the jug--jug should contain 150 ml of lukewarm water andyeast, 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of sugar
  8. 8. Step 4Add 1 tablespoon of olive oil into the jugand stir.-- jug should contain: 150ml of lukewarm water, yeast, 1teaspoon of sugar, 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 table spoon ofolive oil
  9. 9. Step 5Wait for the yeast to prove for around 5minutes[you can tell that the yeast is ready from the bubbling that will occurwhen the yeast is in the fermentation process (the process of yeastproducing carbon dioxide gas). It means that your yeast is alive]
  10. 10. Step 6After the yeast has proved itself, pour thecontents of the jug into the mixing bowlwhich contains the pizza flour[Make a whole in the flourbefore you pour the contentsof the jug][Add the desired amount ofwater to the flour before youstart kneading it]
  11. 11. Step 7Knead the dough[To avoid the dough sticking, [clean the sides of the bowl as youput flour onto the surface of knead]where you are kneading and [the dough should look something likeon your hands] below][Add more flour to the doughif it is too wet (but don’t get ittoo dry either!)][Try to use 1 hand to kneadthe dough so the other is freeto grab flour]
  12. 12. Step 8Soak a tea-towel in warm water
  13. 13. Step 9Cover the mixing bowl which contains thedough with the tea-towel that has beensoaked and let the dough rest forapproximately 1 hour[resting the dough allows the yeastto work to it’s fullest abilities][by placing a soaked towel on top, ithelps keep the dough from drying. Inother words, it helps the dough keepit’s moist texture]
  14. 14. Step 10Turn on the oven at full function. Thetemperature set is 200°c
  15. 15. Step 11Pour 1 table spoon of olive oil onto thepizza tray[make sure you spread theolive oil evenly onto the tray][weigh 400 grams of dough per1 pizza][gluten needs to be kneaded tomake it sticky, the more youknead the more stretchy itbecomes]
  16. 16. Step 12Batter the dough into the shape you wantit[any shape is fine (i.e. Circle, rectangle, etc.)
  17. 17. Step 13Use a rolling pin to roll out the doughevenly into the shape you want it to be[To move the dough from one place to another, roll the dough ontothe rolling pin and roll it out again]
  18. 18. Step 14Use a fork to stab holes into the pizza toget the air out from the dough
  19. 19. Step 1415 minutes in oven (the dough would notbe totally cooked). The dough should havea crisp look to it
  20. 20. Step 15Spread concentrated tomato sauce andtomato paste onto the crisped dough[to choose which type you would like to use, please refer back to theingredients page]
  21. 21. Step 16Put the topping onto your pizza (whateveryou want)[possible choices: anchovies, ham, sausage, salami, pepperoni,pineapple, mushrooms, etc.]
  22. 22. Step 17Bake the pizza again for 15-20 minutes inthe oven[keep checking on it so it doesn’t burn!]
  23. 23. Step 18Bring the pizza out from the oven andenjoy![when bringing out the pizza from the oven, use oven gloves]
  24. 24. Bibliography• Pizza Dough for 2 Medium Pizzas. N.p.: n.p., n.d. PDF.• Atchara, MS. "Pizza Demonstration." Pizza Demonstration. Thailand, Bangkok. Lecture.

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