Maldini

Maldini

Are all the ingredients bought and already lying on your kitchen table? Then lets get started. First step is to let dough. Make a little hole in flour, without reaching a table, break egg in it and pour salt in there. Next step is yeasts: dissolve them in water and pour it in the centre of a flour slide, constantly kneading flour and trying not to let the liquid transcend the hole. Repeat the procedure until dough becomes homogeneous cover it with a towel and leave the dough in a dry place for 1 hour and a half. For the following time yeasts will do what they need to: the dough will rise, after what it must be mixed again, letting air bubbles from there. Then divide it into 10 equal parts and roll every part into a ball,from which you should get the amazing pizza Maldini.

Now move to making filling. To get aromatic butter take 10 gm of oregano and basili, put it in a capacity and pour it with olive oil. If you want to make an italian look alike pizza then butter must be infused on spices for two days, after what press it and percolate it. Now sauce. For making real tomato sauce scale tomato with boiling water, clean it from skin, fry them on a small fire to the complete evaporation of liquid and pour salt with spices. Of course to minimize these problems, you can buy a ready-made sauce, but remember: to make a real pizza its undesirable to use tomato pasta.

Now a little bit of creativity: you need to mix all the ingredients. If the dough balls have been lying more than 10 minutes- smash them again (with your hands) and make a round tortilla from each of them. Then smear the tortilla with butter, put a tomato sauce with circular motions, put fresh tomatos circulary. Cover everything with grated cheese, put slightly cut sausage rings and pour spices. For baking you may use teflon forms for pizza. Bake pizza in a heated to 250-270 C oven for 7-10 minutes. To increas the size of pizza the number of ingredients can be proportionaly increased.

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The japanese pizza okonomiaki, which translates like fry what you like, can rightfully be called the most unusual pizza . It is a big fried tortilla made of dough with seafood and vegetables, well slushed with special sauce and sprinkled with dried shavings of tuna. Nearly transparent tuna petals, moving thanks to the steams of hot air on a already cooked pizza, makes a strange feeling: sometimes it even seems that you are trying to eat a live creature.