I was looking to try a pizza dough with semolina because I read that it enhances the taste and texture of the crust. After many trials, I ended up with this proportion:
Pizza dough with semolina and sourdough
420 grams of 00 flour
100 grams of semolina
20 ml of olive oil
100 grams of sourdough
10 grams of salt
350 grams of water
Combine all the dry ingredients, and set aside. Combine all the wet ingredients, and add the dry ingredients. Kneed for 10 minutes. Let it rise for 1 hour, and punch it to take out the gas. Let it rise again for 1 hour, and punch it to take out the gas again. Make a ball, and place it for 24 hours in the fridge before baking it.
I love just "pizza bianca" or white pizza. However, I have to admit that the pizza with canned tuna is a favorite now!
Brush the pizza with olive oil, and sprinkle some oregano. Add the cheese on top, and place some sliced sautee potatoes.
Pesto and shrimps
Place some tomato sauce, and on top place some cheese. Add some pesto. When the pizza is almost ready, add sautee shrimps on top, and let it bake for 5 minutes.
Tuna, onions and olives
Place some tomato sauce, and on top place some cheese. Slice one onion, and sautee in the oil of the canned tuna. Add it on top of the pizza. Add some olives. When the pizza is almost ready, add the canned tuna on top on top, and let it bake for 5 minutes.
wow I love those toppings, esp. those juicy plump shrimp!ReplyDelete
OMG I'm just in love with your toppings, they are pretty bold it's very original! I'm drooling :)ReplyDelete
I love all your fabulous toppings on that pizza dough!ReplyDelete