Learn how to properly clean your Baking Steel.
Forget about a box of chocolates. Really impress your loved one with this Valentine's Day Chocolate Pizza Dough.
What's better than an all-American cheeseburger?
You guessed it: an all-American cheeseburger pizza. What ingredients would you put on your cheeseburger pie?
Our Ingredient List
Flour, for lubricating your pizza peel Pizza dough (Try this recipe if you don't already have one.) Tomato sauce Asiago cheese Cooked and crumbled grass-fed beef Pickles Iceberg lettuce Special sauce (A mixture of mayonnaise and ketchup to your liking.) A Baking Steel (The most important ingredient of all!)
What has been your experience with yeast?
Have any tips or tricks? Or maybe your dough just doesn't rise like you want it to? Leave us a comment below and let's see if we can help each other out.
We've taken America's favorite sandwich and made it a lot more like a pizza.
This white pizza recipe may make you decide you never want to use red sauce again.
Inspired by a beautiful pie by Bea at beascookbook.blogspot.co.uk, we decided to make our own onion and mushroom deliciousness. Of course, we had to add a few little twists and we used our not-so-secret weapon, the Baking Steel, to get the perfect crust.
Enjoy the video, and then go make your own delicious pizza!
You've got to try this white pizza recipe yourself. It's light and delicious.
We are always looking for ways to create pizza recipes that taste amazing and look beautiful. We're kind of picky that way. So, here you go.
Roasted Tomato, Prosciutto & Pea
May 30, 2013
The flavor combination of roasted tomato & prosciutto is always a treat. When you add the tiny hint of peas, though, it takes this white pizza to a new level. And it's all nestled atop a beautiful, crisp and airy crust.
Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook time: 6 minutes Yield: 1 - 14" Pizza
- Super Simple Pizza Dough
- 10-15 Grape Tomatoes
- Olive Oil
- Sea Salt
- Parmesan Reggiano
- Asiago Cheese
- Slices of Prosciutto
- Fresh Peas
- Baking Steel
Sure, we could tell you, but we'd rather show you. So watch that video and then go make your own delicious white pizza! Once you've made it, show us over on our Facebook page, so we can all be jealous!
If you're looking for a super simple pizza dough recipe, here's your ticket. Watch this.
Nothing can strike terror into the heart of a home pizza chef like the "launch". Well, dread no more. Watch this.
As many pizza chefs know, making pizza dough at home is a blast! But it can be a little intimidating if you're just getting started. So, we wanted to make a simple step-by-step video to show how we like to make our pizza dough at home. Take a look, and throw in your $.02.
If you've wondered about seasoning your steel, here's the short of it.
Basically, you won't really have to season your steel. It comes from us already seasoned. And that stuff is pretty hearty. But there may be a few reasons why you would want to re-season it. And we've been asked about this quite a few times. So, here's what you need to know.
I’ve had a lot of people ask my about seasoning the steel. When do I season it? Do I need to?
My personal steel I’ve had for 10 months and I have not re-seasoned it. There’s no real reason to. Unless we’ve got maybe some rust spots because it got wet and didn’t get dried. Or maybe tomatoes got on there and soaked through the seasoning.
So I’m going to take you through the process of re-seasoning the steel today. It’s very simple.
Basically, you want to crank your oven up to 400 or maybe 500 degrees. I like to use flaxseed oil and paper towels.
That’s all you’re going to need for tools here.
What I do first is make sure my steel is clean. We’ve cleaned this with a cleaning brick. It’s got no soot on it at all, whatsoever.
Make sure the steel is dry. That’s very important.
Take a little oil. And make a little circle on it. I’m going to wipe it in to the steel. Almost like painting it. Cover the entire area, the entire steel. Get the sides in there.
That’s all on there.
Now what I’m going to do is take a paper towel and wipe it off. Take all that oil off there.
Really, really use a lot of elbow grease to get this thing out. And you can see it almost looks like there’s very little oil on there.
And that’s how we want to bake it.
This is done. Now I’ll do the other side the same way. Again.
This steel in particular didn’t really need any oil on it. But I’m going to show you how to do it anyway.
Oil. Paper towel. Paint it on there nicely. Some elbow grease. Take another paper towel and wipe it off and make sure you get the whole area covered.
I’m going to take this steel and put it in the oven for about an hour. Which is safe. At 400 degrees.
Turn your oven off and let it cool. And you’re as good as new.
These cleaning tips will keep your Baking Steel happy and healthy. So, you can keep making the crust you crave.