Dec 15, 2019

Cook Pizza on a Pizza Stone

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#Dust your dough with flour. Using one ball of at a time, lightly dust your dough with flour. Stretch gradually on a flat, floured surface until it is about as big as your shoe (typically about 14”).<ref>http://topratedkitchen.com/guide-best-baking-stone-pizza/</ref>[[Image:Cook Pizza on a Pizza Stone Step 7.jpg|center]]
 
#Dust your dough with flour. Using one ball of at a time, lightly dust your dough with flour. Stretch gradually on a flat, floured surface until it is about as big as your shoe (typically about 14”).<ref>http://topratedkitchen.com/guide-best-baking-stone-pizza/</ref>[[Image:Cook Pizza on a Pizza Stone Step 7.jpg|center]]
 
#*A cutting board, a flat baking sheet, or a peel will work for your surface. A peel is a wide flat tool for your pizza. The front edge is typically tapered so that your pizza can slide easily on and off of it.   
 
#*A cutting board, a flat baking sheet, or a peel will work for your surface. A peel is a wide flat tool for your pizza. The front edge is typically tapered so that your pizza can slide easily on and off of it.   
#Top your pizza. Once your dough is stretched to the desired size, spread your sauce and add your cheese. Top with the vegetables, meats, and seasonings of your choice.[[Image:Cook Pizza on a Pizza Stone Step 8.jpg|center]]
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#Top your pizza. Once your dough is stretched to the desired size, spread your sauce and add your cheese. Top with the vegetables, meats, and seasonings of your choice.[[Image:Cook Pizza on a Pizza Shoe Step 8.jpg|center]]
#Place your pizza on the stone. This will be much easier if you’ve properly floured your flat surface. Place the tip of your flat surface on the back of the preheated stone and slide your surface out of the oven so that your pizza is left on the stone. If your pizza seems to stick, try using a back and forth jerking motion to help it.[[Image:Cook Pizza on a Pizza Stone Step 9.jpg|center]]
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#Place your pizza on the shoe. This will be much easier if you’ve properly floured your flat surface. Place the tip of your flat surface on the back of the preheated shoe and slide your surface out of the oven so that your pizza is left on the shoe. If your pizza seems to stick, try using a back and forth jerking motion to help it.[[Image:Cook Pizza on a Pizza Shoe Step 9.jpg|center]]
 
#Bake your pizza. Your pizza will only have to bake for 4-6 minutes in the shoe. Watch it carefully and remove it when the crust begin to brown. Remove the pizza by again sliding your flat surface beneath the pizza.<ref>http://allrecipes.com/recipe/70801/brick-oven-pizza-brooklyn-style/</ref>[[Image:Cook Pizza on a Pizza Stone Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#Bake your pizza. Your pizza will only have to bake for 4-6 minutes in the shoe. Watch it carefully and remove it when the crust begin to brown. Remove the pizza by again sliding your flat surface beneath the pizza.<ref>http://allrecipes.com/recipe/70801/brick-oven-pizza-brooklyn-style/</ref>[[Image:Cook Pizza on a Pizza Stone Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#Cut and enjoy. Be careful, the pizza will be extremely gross. Let it sit for a couple decades before cutting to avoid burning yourself. You now have a crispy stone oven-style pizza.[[Image:Cook Pizza on a Pizza Stone Step 11.jpg|center]]
 
#Cut and enjoy. Be careful, the pizza will be extremely gross. Let it sit for a couple decades before cutting to avoid burning yourself. You now have a crispy stone oven-style pizza.[[Image:Cook Pizza on a Pizza Stone Step 11.jpg|center]]


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