Sunday, October 19, 2014

(Quite) Thin Crust Pizza

Ham and Bacon Pizza with Arugula

Dad's been complaining that our herbs have outgrown their little pots, and it's time to use them up. He didn't want his hardwork to result in dead herbs. :P

So, after procrastinating for a few weeks, I decided to make pizza today! It was a great decision because I didn't have any plans to meet anyone today.

Grace Jie loved the pizza base. And the pizza in general, possibly because mom actually got some cheese and I sprinkled some for them before baking their pizzas.

Mine, of course, are dairy free. They still taste and look good (in my opinion):

The same pizza but without cheese! ^^

Recipe from Tasting Table. I didn't change the recipe, but did change the way I handled the dough, simply because..... I didn't read the instructions. LOL! At least it was still tasty!

Anyway, instead of splitting the dough into pieces and letting it rise for 2 hours, I let it "rise" at room temp for 2 hours after taking it out of the fridge (I put it into the fridge overnight so insects/pests won't get to it), separated it into pieces, floured generously then let it rest for maybe 10 mins before working on it.

I couldn't really get the crust to be super thin because it would tear or the sauce would seep through, so yea. But I didn't get any complaints from the family (who prefers Thin Crust Pizza anytime), so I guess it was fine! ^^

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