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In this video, Deli Italiano shows how to make some delicious italian pizza.
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Yasser Bacillus: My name is Yasser Bacillus. I’m the owner of Deli Italiano. We’ve been in business for 17 years and we’re located in Village Green, Great Falls, Virginia. And we specialized on making pizzas, subs, calzone’s, burgers, salads, you name it, we have it inside. And everything here is homemade that’s why today, we’re going to show you how to make a lot of things. Pizza sauce, Marinara sauce, we could even show you how to omelet the pizza, top the pizza, and bake the pizza. Just follow me inside and we’ll show you how to do everything. Adjani: Hi, this This is Adjani from Deli Italiano. Today, we will talk about homemade pizza. The first step is making the dough. Now to make the dough, this is what I need here. I need 150 milliliter olive oil, 150 milliliter milk, two cups water, warm water, one teaspoon baking powder, one teaspoon yeast, two big spoon butter and sugar, and salt. Now the first, I put the oil, after I put the two cups of warm water here, after I put here, I use these two spoons, big spoon butter. We can melt the butter on medium heat. After the butter had melted, I’ll put the milk. Just mix it and put it. Next step, I put one teaspoon of baking powder then I put one teaspoon of yeast. Now, I put one spoon of salt and one big spoon of sugar. Now, we mix it together. Five minutes in low speed. We put the flour. Okay right now after five minutes, I put the flour here like this. Take this right now and that’s easy. Yeah, I start it slow. Now, we put the flour and we mix it together in like 10 minutes. We’ll just mix the dough. This is what it looks like. I made it like this because it is easy. I cut it and what I needed, I need a large like this, 16 ounce, 17 ounce. I made it like a ball that’s a bigger large one. This one is large. This is another one. Right now, I made one smaller. If I have—I need it smaller like seven ounces. This is a smaller for calzone, for kids. It’s a small pizza. This is like this, we’ll made it like a ball and we close it. And down, we’ll put it like this. I have three large and two for kids, or for calzones. This is one. This dough is enough for 12 persons. Now, I put the cover, a plastic cover like this. I’ll put it in warm temperature and I’ll leave it for like an hour at room temperature.