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4 Pizzas WITH PICS!

TheToast Posts: 376
edited April 2017 in Baking
Second attempt at pizzas. First was last year where my dough SUCKED. Was like a flat bread. http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1199952/first-pizzas-on-bge-with-pics

This time I used a food processor for the dough and followed this recipe

The dough was great. Really elastic and bubbled up at the edges nicely. Left it in the fridge for two days, to rise up.

My setup is platesetter with legs down. Grill on top as a spacer. Pizza stone on top of grill. Cooked at 350c / 660f. Each pizza took about 4mins. Things I'll do differently: the sauce was too runny so I may use fresh rather than tinned tomatoes next time or thicken it somehow.

One challenge this time was that the first two pizzas were cooked perfectly but the third and particularly the fourth had burnt bottoms. Perhaps I'd put too much semolina on the pizza peel and that burnt? Or perhaps the stone got too hot?

Any suggestions / thoughts welcome.