Can’t Go Wrong
Going to the Arizona State University for the last six years, I have had my fair share of pizza. While most of it has been after a few dozen adult beverages, pizza, because of it cheapness and greasiness( who knows if that’s a word), just screams college. Don’t forget the part of 4 am delivery. So why not learn to make it well the more adult way. This week I turn to my Aunt Norma’s baked from fresh pizza with pepperoni and olives. For those who have not met my aunt is not only missing out, but have missed some of the best meals of their life. Throughout college, Norma has feed me and some of my friends with her amazing cooking on days we probably would have starve. So who better to not only learn how to cook from, but have her recipe feed my friends than my Aunt Norma.
Before you start this…it will take you awhile. My aunt’s recipe is more of a estimation from her. If you feel the need to add more of whatever you chose, do it.
3 Cups of Flour
2 Packages of Yeast
1 tbsp of salt
1 tbsp of sugar
2 tsp of olive oil
Bottle of Rago (Classic)
1 lb Mozzarella
A lot of pepperoni
Canish of Olives
How to make the Dough:
- Preheat oven to 375
- Take the two packages of yeast and put them in a luke warm cup of water for 10 minutes until it appears milky.
- You then take all the ingredients except your toppings and mix it into a large bowl.
- When the mixture is mixed into a smooth dough you will then knead the dough. If the dough is sticky, pat more flour onto it and mix it up. Your dough should not look like this:
it should look more like this:
- As you knead the dough, start spreading it out into the shape of pizza you would like. A rolling pin will do wonders for you. Do not be discourage if/when the dough doesn’t stick in the position. Rome was not built in a day, your dough will not take a minute. Be patient.
- After you get the dough in the shape you want, cake it with sauce cheese, pepperoni, and olives. Make sure to spread evenly.
- Put in oven for about 35 minutes. Look back every 5 minutes because sometimes it takes shorter longer and what have you.
And there you have it. Somewhat grown up pizza. Serve with salad and fruit, and it may keep you away from the doctor
Watch Jessi’s review of the meal below, and for the record I was not sucking up to her lol. Thank you for all those sending in recipes, and keep them coming