JB's Home Made Pizza 2
Seeing that my first Pizza Photo caused a stir I decided to add this one which is much simpler but still as unusual.
The photo is before I put it in the oven.
This pizza cries from a lack of ingredients. I did not have anything green to put on it so I improvised with extra pineapple, onions and tomatoes and yes, cheddar cheese. The sauce is from real tomatoes and the garnish is garlic, oregano and thyme powders.
Not as elegant but it works. The shape of the dough was not my make, it came that way, but worked well because it gave me a little extra on the side.
It looks great JB! There is a pizza that I LOVE in Argentina and I know the mix of ingredients sounds weird but is out of this world! Pizza with Hearts of Palm and something called Golf Sauce which is a mix of mayonnaise with a tomato-based sauce and seasoning is added such as pimento, oregano, and cumin. We do NOT use this sauce as the based for the pizza, we use the regular tomato sauce, then add slices of ham, then the hearts of palm, put the golf sauce on top and of course, we must have olives!
I like this one more than the other! I mean, I like the way it looks because I should try it, of course, to be able to express a serious opinion. I'm curious about thyme, never tried it cooked. Don't worry about the shape: once inside your belly that will not make any difference anymore.
Pandora, about the receipt you described here I will suspend my judgement because I never heard about this Golf sauce and I don't know if it would fit or not.
Steff, if you want I can give you the recipe for mine which has many admirers also. Not "Pizza" But "Focaccia", because pizza is only the thin and crispy one cooked in a wood oven (also the dough is totally different). Not good for JB and Pandora because the preparation is very time consuming and time is what they lack. If you are interested, just let me know which kind of oven you use for baking (different oven, different dough) and I will post the receipt about how to prepare the dough: the topping will be up to you, that's the very easy part.
Ok I will post both recipes when I have some time (I have to check the exact amount of each ingredient because, except for flour, I add all the rest without using a scale but people that want to make it for the first time need specific quantities for salt, water and so on).