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4W: Wonderful 4W!

Making Pizza

Published Saturday, March 31, 2012.
Last updated: Saturday, March 31, 2012

Having seen pizza-making in action at Scoozi's restaurant and designing our own balanced pizzas, it was time to set about making them.

First, we measured out the ingredients ...

    

Then we mixed the ingredients together with a wooden spoon until they were all combined ... 

     

     

Then it was time to knead the dough ...

     

     

When the dough was soft and pliable we put it back into the mixing bowl, covered it with cling-film and left it outside in the heat to prove (rise) ...

 Meanwhile, it was time to prepare our toppings ...

After about 45 minutes, we were all amazed to see how the dough had risen and doubled in size ...

Now it was time to prepare our pizza-base, using what we had learned in our demonstration at Scoozi's ... 

    

With the base prepared, it was time to add our topping, trying to stick to our design ...

 

At last our pizza were ready to be cooked ...

Some of them were shaped like faces, ...

     

... some were patterns ...

    

... and some were random, ...

... but we all agreed that they tasted good!

Well done, 2W!


Comment By Jo 

I had great fun helping you all to make your pizzas, and they tasted delicious. Well done 2W.

Published on Saturday, March 31, 2012