3 lb strong bread flour
Packet dry mixing yeast
Olive oil (Extra virgin)
Tins of plum tomatoes, chopped
Tins of tomato concentrate (optional)
Chili powder (hot)
1/2 clove Garlic, peeled
Green and red peppers
1 lb Edam cheese
Add the dry yeast to the flour and mix with a pint or more of
luke warm water.
Three large warm circular baking trays
Three supermarket plastic bags
Large warm baking bowl
A large wooden board for kneeding the dough. Put it on the
heater for a minutes before use
Add 3 tablespoons of olive oil.
dough for at least ten minutes, dusting the board with flour as
Gently heat the garlic in a little oil with some salt.
Put it in a bowl with a oil brush ready to paint on the baking
Put the chopped tomatoes into a small pan with the
tomato concentrate and heat gently. Add some oil, garlic, salt,
chili pepper and oregano to taste.
Chop three large onions, red
peppers, bits of sausage and anything else you want to add to
Grate the edam.
Roll out the dough on the oiled
Paint the top of the dough with garlic oil.
carrier bag to preserve the moisture while the dough rises.
Place in a warm atmosphere for half to one hour. Too much
heat kills the yeast.
Dollop on the tomato mixture and spread it
Sprinkle on all the toppings and cover with edam.
Sprinkle on oregano and pour on the rest of the garlic oil. Place
in preheated oven at about 400 degrees.
Check after ten
Deep pan takes a little longer.