Monday, October 12, 2009

Papa Peteformation Cheesy Crust Pizza Recipe – Early Morning Supper!

My cheesy crust pizza before and after baking. I made this pizza on the morning I supposed to send my niece off to Hong Kong to further her studies. My nephew came over to stay at my house because he wanted to see MJ tour show in Astro that night an also surf the net together with my son. By the time the show ended, it was passed midnight and we were supposed to wake up at three am to go to the airport. I baked this pizza while my nephew and my son were watching MJ Tour. Since I had a pack of cream cheese in my fridge I decided to make a cheesy crust pizza for a change. By the time I finished baking the pizza, the whole house was full of nice pizza aroma. My neighbour told me the next morning that he thought he was dreaming of pizza...... ha ha ha!

Pizza Dough Ingredients
350 gms of flour½ teaspoon of dried yeast mixed with warm water and 1 teaspoon of sugar½ teaspoon of salt (or to taste)
Cream cheese or mozzarella cheese, ½ cup

Toppings
Onions, 1 large pc, cut small pieces
Capsicum, 1 pc, cut into cubes
Mozzarella cheese, ½ cup
Frozen mixed vegetable (carrot, green bean, corn), ½ cup
Tomato sauce, 3 table spoons
Dried Oregano, 1 teaspoon
Smoked sausage, 3 pcs, cut into cubes

Mix all the dough ingredients together (except the cheese) and cover with a clean towel for around 45 minutes. Shape the dough until it is large enough to cover over to the side of your baking tray (make sure you oil your baking tray first). Put the cream or mozzarella cheese at the edge of the dough. Fold the dough to cover the cheese. Spread the tomato sauce over the pizza and put all the topping on top of it. Bake in preheated oven for around 25 minutes at 180 Deg C.

Related Post
1) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2009/05/super-longhey-what-is-that-pizza-recipe.html
2) http://veganformation.blogspot.com/2009/06/spicy-thin-crust-vegetarian-tom-yam.html
3) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2009/09/pizza-for-50-students-teachers-day.html

13 comments:

Mei Teng said...

Your household is very blessed to have a super dad who can whip up a delicious pizza in the early morning for supper! :)

wenn said...

u r great..my hus can't even cook..

smallkucing said...

you made it seems so easy

Ai Shiang said...

I seldom see men cook/bake before :o). Good for you! The pizza looks full of goodies!

~dolly~ said...

can u cook for delivery too........................ ?

Pete said...

Mei Teng : My kids get to eat lots of food....but they are all skinny...too much good food! LOL!

Wenn : I guess one must have the interest in cooking. When I came to KL, I was not used to the food here, so I ended up cooking for my self...

smallkucing : Actually pizza quite easy to prepare. I will make the dough before dinner...then let the yeast work on it. Later at night I will put the fillings and bake it.

Ai Shiang : I cook so that I will get to eat the food I like...he he he!

Dolly : Sure can.....one pizza in the courier to you.LOL!

Christine said...

I've never thought of making my own pizza dough, it really doesn't sound that hard, I'll have to try it sometime. Thanks, Pete.

Pete said...

Christine : You just have to vary the amount of water and flour to make it perfect, not too sticky but soft enough to work with. But if you use the right amount of water, a little dry would be good...very easy to make the dough flat.

ladyviral said...

you make me want pizza now T___T.

Merle for Wapiti Waters said...

Thanks for sharing your cooking. For me in Montana, USA, it is really inspiring! Love your voice, your recipes, your blog.
Merle and Jack

Pete said...

ladyviral : Just ate the last piece of the pizza I made today...yum yum!

Merle and Jack : Thks for dropping by! Cheers!

Ayie said...

i can handle the pizza toppings but really lazy with the dough =) I'll just buy the made pizza dough bread here! hahahaha

Pete said...

Ayie : Have frozen dough here too...but not very popular! LOL!

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails