Pour In The Pan Pizza


Pour In The Pan Pizza
(Adapted from Milk Street)
Makes 1 x 9-inch pizza

Ingredients

200 g bread flour (approx 1 1/2 cups)
170 g water (heated to about 110 F, 43C) (3/4 cup)
10g active dry yeast (2 1/4 tsp )
3 g table salt (1/2 tsp )
Olive oil

Toppings of your choice:
For the photo above, I used:
Grated Mozzarella cheese
Grated Parmesan cheese
2 large tomatoes, sliced with seeds and juice removed.
1 tsp dried oregano
Olive oil to drizzle

Directions

1. With a spatula, mix flour, water, yeast, and salt in a bowl until well blended. Place in a well-oiled bowl, cover with cling film and let rise 4 hours in a warm spot.

2. Pour a few tablespoons of olive oil onto a 9-inch pizza pan. Pour out the pizza dough onto the oily pan, cover with cling film and let rest 20 minutes.

3. Preheat oven to 500F. (260C, Gas Mark 10)

4. Carefully tap out the pizza dough with oiled fingers to fit the pan and let sit 20 minutes.

5. Sprinkle with toppings. Bake for 12-14 minutes.

6. Let the pizza cool in the pan on a rack for a few minutes.

Note: This dough really sticks to the pan because of the oil, which is needed to make the crisp crust. Just take a good metal spatula and take your time removing it from the pan to serve.

Note 2: I LOVE a saucy pizza, but this can cause sogginess in the middle of the pizza, so the least amount of wet ingredients is recommended!

1 comment:

Andrea @ From The Sol said...

Yes, I have eaten purple carrots. I don't remember them tasting any different than the orange one, though it has been a long time and I may have forgotten. Good for Bugs, keeping his garden organic :) I love your horse silhouette ... I can almost see the motion and I am looking forward to your lesson. The colorful balloons are delightful and I will watch your tutorial after I have finished my comments to everyone (I ended up having to make my Father's Day Cards last week so didn't have time to comment on everyone ... so I am doing double duty this week :)
Love your pups and hope Raven's new brace makes her life easier.
We love Mexican food here so your breakfast burrito looks luscious and easy to accomplish ... maybe for dinner this weekend :) And, of course, you are right ... who can resist a pizza. Yours always look delicious. I have to admit to some level of laziness when I cook ... not sure I could swing made from scratch pizza dough, but I can buy premade and add the wonderful toppings, right? As always, a wonderful visit with you Rain. Stay healthy and Happy :)

Andrea @ From the Sol