I just want pizza for lunch! When do I start the process please?

Time has never been my friend... and I've been thinking of making this recipe for like a year almost and I just thought I would finally ask for help.

When do I begin?

Pearl
  • Posted by: Pearl
  • March 7, 2021
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Enku June 11, 2021
In order to make a good Italian pizza bread, you might need to be careful in choosing the flour. High gluten flour ground would be a good chose. Besides, you need to have a bowl, water, sugar, yeast as usual, and olive oil. After getting that, you can just follow normal bread making process.

First, add water in bowl and make sure it's warm (it should not be hot otherwise it would kill the yeast), then add a pinch of sugar to the water. Sprinkle the yeast on top, mix and let it rest for about 5 minutes. Make sure to knead the dough until it is smooth and elastic and always use olive oil in the process. You can visit https://kalkanpizza.com/hamur.html for detail guide and information.
 
Enku June 11, 2021
In order to make a good Italian pizza bread, you might need to be careful in choosing the flour. High gluten flour ground would be a good chose. Besides, you need to have a bowl, water, sugar, yeast as usual, and olive oil. After getting that, you can just follow normal bread making process.

First, add water in bowl and make sure it's warm (it should not be hot otherwise it would kill the yeast), then add a pinch of sugar to the water. Sprinkle the yeast on top, mix and let it rest for about 5 minutes. Make sure to knead the dough until it is smooth and elastic and always use olive oil in the process. You can visit https://kalkanpizza.com/hamur.html for detail guide and information.
 
A D. March 10, 2021
Hi, Pearl! If you are stuck for time and are craving some pizza, you should check out a recipe I just posted - Pepperoni and Cheese Pizza Egg Rolls. They require very little prep and are cooked in 7 minutes :)
 
Nancy March 7, 2021
Begin after you've read the recipe to see what ingredients, equipment and procedures are needed.
Or, having read it, decide to make another recipe more suited to your plans, timing, pantry.
This particular recipe says it needs 16 hours.
If that's too long, look for another pizza recipe (usually labeled something like flatbread pizza or quick pizza) with shorter prep time.
 
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