National Pizza Day

Happy National Pizza Day!!!

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On one of the discord servers I hang out, new logins are introduced by the software as
username just arrived. We hope you brought pizza!”

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And i hope they do! :rofl::rofl::rofl::pizza::pizza::pizza:

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… and National Beer Day is 6th August, and National Liquor Day is 16th October. Then again, every day is Personal Beer and Liquor Day!

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I must have had a premonition!

I made pizza last night and that’s what is for lunch today :slight_smile:

Topped this one with bacon, onions, mushroom, red pepper and garlic. I love homemade pizza

… and the crust isn’t burnt … just a shadow :slight_smile:

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Yes! Here’s a “day” I can get behind.

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Yep, me, too. Homemade grilled pizzas are my favorite. Unfortunately, it’s far too cold to fire up the grill this evening.

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I don’t even have a grill, so I’ve never tried that … but it sounds delicious too!

#ApartmentLife

Well, I don’t want to bum you out, but they are delicious. We’ve been grilling pizzas for a bit and have fine tuned a technique that works for us. We put a pizza stone on the grill and give it plenty of time to preheat and get super hot. We’ll use a mild, fruity wood to add a little smoke flavor (usually apple or cherry). The dough goes on the stone for about 2 minutes, then it gets flipped and topped and that bakes for just another 3 minutes or so. The crust is delicious and crispy with a little hint of smoke (I’d be happy eating the crust by itself), and the toppings are really fresh since they only cook for a few minutes — just long enough to heat up and melt the cheese. I’ll have to post some photos next time we do this.

#ComeOnSpring

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Yes! post some pics :slight_smile: It really does sound awesome!

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Yes bbq pizza is wonderful.

I make pizza bases with yoghurt and plain flour.

Delish!!!

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recipe? That sounds very interesting too! :slight_smile:

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I use 0% fat plain yoghurt, or Greek Yoghurt (or Greek Style Yoghurt). You can use plain flour with baking soda, or self-raising flour.

Sometimes, I will use plain flour, and then sprinkle the countertop with self-raising flour.

Other than that - just add and mix to your liking.

I don’t really weigh anything, just kinda go with it - typical bloke cooking right?

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Does it have to settle and raise at all or do you just spread it out and use?

I’ll have to give this a try :slight_smile:

No - just knead it for about 5-10 minutes.

Then roll it out or flatten it out.

cook it on a pan to firm it up a bit.

Add your sauce/cheeses and toppings.

Pop it in the oven for about 10-12 minutes.

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Awesome! Thank you :slight_smile:

Gonna give this a whirl :heart:

I’d imagine if you don’t want gluten - then use plain flour.

It’s up to you how think you want the base - I usually go for thin.

Plus - another thing you can do with this recipe.
Cut the ‘dough’ into triangles.
Sprinkle with your favourite chip flavour (like Chilli Flakes)
-My fav is chilli flakes and powder cheese
Cook in the oven until golden crispy.

You have nachos!

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Give 00 pizza flour a try. It will up your crust game.

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