I fancied making a pizza the other day but was fed up of those pale lacklustre crusts available from supermarkets so decided to make my own dough.
I chose wholemeal bread flour and quick yeast since that’s what was in the cupboard, made the dough and used half of it to make a pizza base, rolling it out into a large rectangle to fit the oven tray. I made a round loaf with the other half of the dough.
Unfortunately the pizza base didn’t rise and then I burnt it in the oven – probably because I’d flattened it too much with the rolling pin and cooked it too quickly.
The bread turned out lovely – and a tasty, if dense, loaf emerged. So I cut that into rounds and used them as pizza bases.
I made far too much topping, stacked it on the rounds of bread and baked it slowly until the cheezly made an attempt at melting.
- Tamari-marinated taifun tofu fried in olive oil
- red, green and yellow peppers
- pimento stuffed green olives
- artichoke hearts
- tomato puree
- sliced aubergine
- birds eye chillis
- white cheddar cheezly
- spicy salad leaves from blaencamel farm on Riverside market
- sliced chestnut mushrooms
- salt and pepper
- homemade wholemeal
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