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How to make pizza - Learn how to make a meat lover's pizza.
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Hi, I am Ruth Gresser from Pizzeria Paradiso, were making pizza today. Right now were going to make meat lovers pizza.
We’re going to start with -- well, we have got our pizza dough already, and we’re going to put a couple of spoonfuls of tomato on top. Then I am going to spread the tomato out, leaving a nice edge around the pizza that is not covered with tomato, and that will rise in the oven and make a nice crust for us. As I said earlier, the crust is very important to me, so I don't want to put too many toppings so that I can have my crust really come through. So, first I am going to put a few slices of pepperoni on the pizza, and then I am going to put some prosciutto. Now, of course you can use various kinds of meats on your pizza; ham, chicken, you can put lamb on a pizza, beef, pretty much anything you want. Then I am going to put my cheese on.
As you will notice, I am just putting three kinds of meat, and not putting them too heavily on, again, because I don't want the pizza crust to disappear under my toppings. Then I have pork sausage. Now, this sausage is not cooked, it's ground pork with garlic and parsley and oregano, and I am just going to scatter some on top. I am putting it on top of the cheese because you want to be sure that the sausage cooks all the way through, and that is easier done if the sausage is on top of the cheese. So, now we will put a little salt, some pepper, and some olive oil, and there you go meat lover’s pizza.
The next thing we’re going to do is we’re going to make a couple of pizzas not using tomato sauce.