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The Lounge>Fire Me Boy! What's For Dinner? Thread
Buehler445 08:45 AM 07-15-2015
Since the other one got too big, let's keep the food truck rolling. Whacha got?

Vol 2. http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=285408
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Fire Me Boy! 04:06 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by lewdog:
Food processor huh? :-)

I've done it before, turned out really well. Standard blade, not that POS dough blade some come with.
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Fire Me Boy! 04:07 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
Some stores will sell you prepared pizza dough, if you want to start learning in stages.

I've heard that... Have yet to find a pizzeria that will. Out Publix sells some occasionally, but that's it.
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Fire Me Boy! 04:09 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by Donger:
So, the family has decided that I'm going to learn how to make pizza... Any tips? I got a nice stone for Christmas, but other than that, I'm a noob.

Preheat the stone. Seriously. Give it 30 minutes to an hour as hot as your oven will get. Even at 500 degrees, you're nowhere near where wood fired oven floors are, so don't worry about that.

And instead of building your pizza on your peel, build on a piece of parchment paper on your peel. It's so much easier.
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Donger 04:24 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
Some stores will sell you prepared pizza dough, if you want to start learning in stages.
Yes, I've seen that. I might do that until I figure out everything else.
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Donger 04:25 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
Preheat the stone. Seriously. Give it 30 minutes to an hour as hot as your oven will get. Even at 500 degrees, you're nowhere near where wood fired oven floors are, so don't worry about that.

And instead of building your pizza on your peel, build on a piece of parchment paper on your peel. It's so much easier.
Excellent tips, thanks. My oven gets to about 515F. My Weber will get to around 600F on a non-cold day.

Haven't gotten a peel yet, though.
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Donger 04:26 PM 12-26-2015
I also don't have a stand mixer, and don't really want to buy one just for pizza, and I don't bake. The wife says that her bread maker will knead the dough. Thought?
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Just Passin' By 04:26 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
I've heard that... Have yet to find a pizzeria that will. Out Publix sells some occasionally, but that's it.
If you can't get it locally, you can actually order some from Amazon, but I don't know if the minimum order sizes would fit into Donger's situation.
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Donger 04:29 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
If you can't get it locally, you can actually order some from Amazon, but I don't know if the minimum order sizes would fit into Donger's situation.
You're kidding...
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Just Passin' By 04:32 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by Donger:
You're kidding...
No...


Here's the first on on the search:

http://www.amazon.com/Rich-Products-...ds=pizza+dough

That one's certain to be way too much for you, but they've got other options. I just don't know what your parameters are for that sort of thing.
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Fire Me Boy! 04:37 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by Donger:
I also don't have a stand mixer, and don't really want to buy one just for pizza, and I don't bake. The wife says that her bread maker will knead the dough. Thought?

I think the food processor would do a faster job, but you could do it in the bread maker all the way up till it starts to bake (use it as the proof box, too).

And you don't need a peel - use an upside down cookie sheet.
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Fire Me Boy! 04:39 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by Donger:
Excellent tips, thanks. My oven gets to about 515F. My Weber will get to around 600F on a non-cold day.



Haven't gotten a peel yet, though.

I've never put a stone on a grill. If you're tempted, skip the stone and throw the dough directly on the well-oiled grate. Flip it, then add toppings.


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Buzz 04:43 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by lewdog:
I don't own a mixer. :-)

Neither do I, I hand knead the dough.

I use a food processor for the thin cracker style crust (as FMB said).

A bread machine will also work (again as FMB said).

You can buy unglazed quarry tiles instead of a pizza stone at Home Depot for about 5 bucks and line your oven rack with those. Make sure they are unglazed, the others are toxic.
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Buzz 05:04 PM 12-26-2015
A quick pizza sauce

1 can of tomato paste
6 oz of water (you can just fill empty tomato can)
1/2 tsp oregano
1/2 tsp dry basil
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp majoram
1/4 tsp black pepper

Optional 1/2 tsp red pepper flake
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Buzz 09:23 PM 12-26-2015
This is my go to...



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BucEyedPea 09:42 PM 12-26-2015
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
I've heard that... Have yet to find a pizzeria that will. Out Publix sells some occasionally, but that's it.
Whole foods sells pizza dough and it's damn good too. Very convenient. I used it for my ghost pizzas on Halloween for kids.
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