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Title: vegan homemade pizza
Post by: Ed Sutton on May 02, 2014, 12:46:36 PM
For reading after Sabbath:

possible impromptu recipe for a cooking class

( I am a dump / eyeball / weight in the hand cook - don't expect exact measurements ) just made it for lunch
all ingredients from Krogers - for southern cooks

1/2 WW flour  & 1/2 bread flour & 1 scoop corn meal
vegan sugar to feed the yeast & bread yeast
olive oil & water & garlic powder & basil & oregano in the dough

mix in kitchenaide starting on 1, then add flour scoop by scoop to firm the dough up, speed up to 2 then 3 and let it kneed awhile

on high heat
dice up yellow squash and green onions and fast fry till browned and dried down, use a little oil to transfer heat and fry, use mineral mined salt or unrefined iodized sea salt. stay with it keep it from sticking - once done set aside to cool enough to handle

still high heat
brown three peppers and onions blend - frozen, dice up more onions, add - moderately brown season lightly with salt - once done set aside to cool enough to handle

still high heat
dice up kroger marinated dried tomatoes, heaping spoon minced garlic, dice up kalamata olives, sliced white mushrooms, kroger simple truth meatless griller strips (chicken style) cook till mushrooms well done - once done set aside to cool enough to handle

set all aside in separate containers on the counter for your prep line

put dough in sprayed pizza pans - sauce with homemade pizza sauce - we had to use a high grade pasta sauce - lightly salt, sprinkle with oregano / basil or prepared italian seasonings, top with torn spinach leaves and drained artichoke hearts, some of three mixtures from containers, daiya cheddar and mozzarella style shreds (vegan), drizzle with and remaining pasta sauce.

bake 375 till crusts nearly dark brown (wash dishes while pizzas are baking it's preparation day)

( don't put too much dough in a pan with too shallow walls ) I had to put a pan on bottom rack to catch one side dribbles - woops

Wife recommended 5-10 min prebake on crusts to keep the rise in bounds ( maybe next time hope I remember )
yield = 3 good sized pizzas
Title: Re: vegan homemade pizza
Post by: newbie on May 02, 2014, 04:01:38 PM
sounds good but may I suggest and maybe you already use, all organic and non-gmo sources... :wink:
Title: Re: vegan homemade pizza
Post by: sdazeal on May 02, 2014, 05:37:08 PM
Mmmmmmm..... :-D
Title: Re: vegan homemade pizza
Post by: Ed Sutton on May 04, 2014, 02:37:08 PM
quoting newbie
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sounds good but may I suggest and maybe you already use, all organic and non-gmo sources


yup already doing that  - taking leftovers to work tonite
Title: Re: vegan homemade pizza
Post by: newbie on May 04, 2014, 03:28:52 PM
quoting newbie
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sounds good but may I suggest and maybe you already use, all organic and non-gmo sources


yup already doing that  - taking leftovers to work tonite
glad to hear it and PTL for letting us know how to stay healthy
Title: Re: vegan homemade pizza
Post by: Ed Sutton on March 06, 2015, 01:30:23 PM
Now for a home in the country with room for a DIY revolving brick - gas - wood fired oven  :roll: