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learn how to make pizza- the crust, the sauce and the toppings- the works!
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John: Hi, my name is John and I want to welcome you to our pizza shop today. And now we are going to make the dough. The important thing to remember about making the dough is to mix it long enough and also to put the yeast in warm water and let it germinate for half hour or so before you put it in the flour, oil, water and salt mixture. Your basic recipes to make the pizza is to roll the dough, make your crust. Now we are going to make the sauce, the important thing to remember about making the sauce is to cook it long enough you have to reduce the water out of the tomato sauce to get it thick.
Speaker: You see when you see this, it takes like -- after you see this, it likes fifteen minutes to get reduced.
John: Apply the sauce to your pizza, fresh whole mozzarella logs in and shredded up single cheese mozzarella, without blender or anything, then you put your ingredients like mushrooms, peppers, chicken, pepperoni, sausage, pretty much anything goes on the top of the pizzas, whatever you like. Bake it in the oven from anywhere 10 to 15 minutes depending on the pizza. The only real difference is going to be that most people have a problem with at home is the oven.
Yeah, this oven has a stoned bottom and like I already said, it gets to 500 degrees, it really makes the crust nice and crunchy on the bottom. It's very difficult to get the same effect in the home, but if you want to play around you can get a pan put it in your oven and get it really hot, maybe put a little bit of oil and it will help make it crunchy, but it's still fun to make things at home, hey, that's full of cheese pizza right now. You want a slice man?.