Do you make pizza?
Her yes in my eyes, she did the question.
If you make pizza at home, probably each friend’s kid will consider you a super chef.
Fortunately I make my own pizza dough and I cook it at home.
Pizza and pizzette
I cook different kind of pizzas. For example I make little pizzette for aperitivo (perfect also for party), pizzette al tegamino (pan-baked pizza), thin and crunchy pizza rossa and classic pizza, sometimes round sometimes rectangular (it depends form the mold I use).
In these days I was trying my pizzette’s recipe, In may I’ll cook a big lunch for the first communion of the daughter of a friend of mine and we agreed that pizzette have to be in the menu. I decided to make them using spelt flour and I loved the result!
And what about you? Do you make pizza at home?
Buona cucina, Monica
►Add mozzarella just before to take out of the oven.
►If you are thinking of to freeze pizzette, add cheese only when you bake to defrost.
about 60 pizzette
for the dough
spelt flour, 200g
Philadelphia cheese, 180 g
active dry yeast, 1 g
olive oil, 3 tablespoons
for the topping
passata di pomodoro
dried oregano or thyme
In a large bowl stir flour and yeast. Add in cheese and oil and knead until the dough is soften and well combine.
Wait a couple of minutes, then roll the dough very thin, preferably with a rolling pin. Using a cookie round mold, make 60 little pizzette.
Meanwhile, in a bowl flavour passata with olive oil, sea salt and oregano
Put a teaspoon of tomato on each pizzetta and bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper for about 6-7 minutes.
Add a little piece of mozzarella just before to take out from the oven.