Do you love pizza parties? I love pizza parties, and they are even better when its a Make-Your-Own-Pizza Party! This recipe made enough pizza for four adults, but could probably be shared with even more!
Makes 4 Servings
Oven Heated to 400 Degrees
Canned Diced Tomatoes
4 cups All Purpose Flour
12 oz Water
3 T Avocado Oil
2 t Yeast
1/2 t Salt
4 Garlic Cloves
1) Before work, combine the water, avocado oil, salt, 1 t Oregano, 2 t garlic powder, 1 parsley, 1.5 t basil, flour, and yeast (in that order) in the bread maker. Put it on the dough setting and set the timer so that it will be done when you get home.
2) Remove dough from pan, cut into four parts and place on a floured pastry board.
3) Dice four cloves of garlic and an onion. Add the garlic and half the onion to a warm cast iron pan. Add in a can of diced tomatoes and a can of tomato paste.
4) Season tomato sauce with rosemary, parsley, oregano, a touch of basil, and a dash of paprika.
5) Thin the sauce slightly using some of the juice from the hot peppers. This will keep it up a notch and make it seem a little more impressive for a sauce you are making last minute.
6) Put the other half of the diced onion in a bowl. Put some hot peppers in a bowl. Put some diced pineapple in a bowl. Arrange the bowls next to the pastry board with a container of Parmesan cheese, hot pepper flakes, basil, and some serving spoons. Pepperoni is also a good topping!
7) Shred the mozzarella cheese. I did 16 ounces, but could have probably done closer to 10-12 ounces.
8) Let your friends take turns rolling out their dough, putting on sauce, topping with cheese and anything else they like before using a paddle to transfer it to the pizza stones in the oven. See below for the dual pizza stone experience.
9) Pizzas will bake in 15-25 minutes depending on thickness and the amount of cheese.
10) Move to a cutting board, let cool for a little bit before slicing and serving.