Home Made Pizza




About: I always liked making stuff and when my grandfather showed me Instructables I became an addict. I don't have any degrees yet but I'm working on my aeronautics engineering degree :-P

This is my guide for you of how to make a pizza at home. Enjoy..

Step 1: The Dough

Take two cups of flour and pour into a bowl. Then, add water while mixing (using a bud might help) until the dough is not sticky but stays together. Cover the bowl with a towel and leave it. Heat the oven to its maximum temp. (amount for 3

Step 2: The Sauce Pt.1

Start by cutting one big tomato and a handful of small ones. Pour around 1 tablespoon into a pot and heat it up. When the oil is hot throw in a pinch of Oregano.

Step 3: The Sauce Pt.2

Also add one cutted garlic tooth and some basil, mix for a few seconds, than add the tomatoes. Add 2 tablespoons of ketchup and 260 grams of tomato pasta sauce. Add half a teaspoon of sugar, add salt and pepper by the taste. When you are satisfied with the taste cook until boiling then put out the fire.

Step 4: The Sauce Pt.3

When the mixture is cooled down a bit grind it. You can also skip this step.

Step 5:

Spread some flour on a board and flatten a handful of dough. Then pour sauce to cover it all.

Step 6: Cheese and Bacon

This is the part in which i like to go crazy. Lay some bacon strips and add a nice amount of every cheese you can find. Olives will work as well.

Step 7: Baking

Cover a baking pan with baking paper, put on the pizza and insert to the oven repeat with the two other ones.

When the cheese is malted and the dough is getting brown it's time to take the pizza out and let it cool while cutting.

Eat and enjoy.

Step 8: That's It

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    4 years ago

    Wow that looks awesome, im guessing its self raising flour, its good to see you dont have to kneed it much

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    Reply 4 years ago

    Thanks :} actually I'm pretty sure that it doesn't matter which one you use because I made it many times never checked and always managed to make it tasty. Once you get the perfect ratio of water and flour it should work for you. The dough of pizza doesn't have to rise that much, this is why I believe you can use any flour but just to be sure I'll check and recomment.