Pizza!

cmb1981

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The itis pizza

Double dough stuffed with cream cheese, sausage and capicola. Pepperoni, bacon and fresh mozz on top.
 

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How I make delicious pizza:

Buy frozen pizza


Unpack one


Add egg


Add ham


Add (more) cheese


Final product (added some oregano powder to finish it)


I will start eating after this has been posted. :cheers:
 

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i usually just pimp my frozen pizza with some vegetables. bell pepper, broccoli, spinach, something like that :dunno:
 

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Frozen pizza usally needs more flavour in one way or another, depending on the toppings ... a good way IMO is usally adding some stronger cheese, not Mozarella. Old Gouda or the likes do the Job well ...
 

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I use buffallo mozzarella, if I can, that has more potent flavour. and if I wanted differently tasting cheese, I'd go for that. But I want mozzarella. :p
 

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I use buffallo mozzarella, if I can, that has more potent flavour. and if I wanted differently tasting cheese, I'd go for that. But I want mozzarella. :p
You are right of course. I was thinking of the flavourless "not-actually -called mozzarella"-mozzarella you can buy eveywhere here. The real stuff actually has a very good taste.
 

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The problem with using the wet, fresh mozzarella is that it can easily make your pizza, well, wet.
 
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