My home made Pizza

I seem to have forgotten share my Pizza recipe with my english readers so here it comes. It’s more than 27 years ago now that I learend how to make it. It became one of the goodies my friends asked to get everytime they came around for a party or just for a visit, like it was on order.

I have my own “little” secrets to get the perfect taste, and it’s the taste that makes it good. Not the right composition and all gets wrong down to each detail. I have decided to share these secret so you can make it on your own for your own enjoyment.

I have to say a big thank you to my cooking teacher at junior high school for the recipe, but I have added my own little secrets that makes it extra good.

Jane Helen’s Pizza

The dough:
6 1/2 dl wheat flour (just add more to the dough so it get smooth not sticky)
1 teaspon salt
2 1/2 dl water
25 gram fresh yeast (dry yeast don’t give same result)
2 table spoon Mills soyabean oil (in original recipe it is only 1 table spoon but I use two for the good taste)

Mix the dry ingredients, heat the water to around 37 celsius and dilute the yeast and pour into the bowl, add the soyabean oil and mix the dough. Let it stand for an hour ish to let the dough rises.

400-500 grams of Minced meat (Gilde Norwegian brand) Shop in pieces in pan
1 box pineapple preferably the brand Dole chop in pieces
1 Red paprika chop in pices

Starland tomato puree at bottom on the dough then add meat, pineapple, paprika and cheese on top lots of it (preferably Norvegia)

Put the cooker on 225 Celius and bake the pizza at the bottom of the oven for 20-25 min so the crust gets cooked the best way. Mmmm… now enjoy it your way too, good luck cooking

Some pictures:

About Jane Helen

40 year old and single. Have a 15 yr old son that live in England with his father and family there. Got MS and PTSD.
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