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First Pizza

Jim R.Jim R. Posts: 103
edited 7:57AM in EggHead Forum
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<p />Not the most round but very tasty-excellent crust!

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  • Jim R.Jim R. Posts: 103
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    <p />Jim R,
    Trying again

  • ChefRDChefRD Posts: 438
    Jim R,
    Looks good to me. If you can make pizza without burning it I think you can probably make anything ;). Thanks to Spin, it is now pretty easy to make a great pizza if you follow his directions. I'm not saying all of mine are perfect, but they are still better than in my oven. :)
    Later,
    ChefRD

  • Jim R.Jim R. Posts: 103
    ChefRD,
    You are right!Credit wasn't given but should have been.Thanks Spin!

  • GaDawgGaDawg Posts: 178
    Jim R,
    Nice job, your shape will improve with practice, mine did (the pizza that is).
    Chuck

  • ShelbyShelby Posts: 803
    Jim R,
    Looks great to me! I too am still working on that round shape for the pizza. Unfortunately, Shelby already has that round shape. But more important than it looks good is how it tastes.

  • Jim R.Jim R. Posts: 103
    GaDawg,
    If the pizza was a look-a-like it would be very round.This constant what to cook next sure doesn't help!

  • SpinSpin Posts: 1,375
    Jim R,[p]That is one beautiful pizza! Congratulations.[p]To help with forming a round pie, start with the amount of dough you need, and form it into a ball by hand. Press the ball down to form a flattened ball and then start to roll it out to the desired size. Use many passes with the roller, turning the dough a bit each time. Always roll the dough towards the lacking side of the circle starting from the far side of the pie.[p]If the end result is not quite perfectly round (some bumps), simply pinch the edge a bit thicker to form the perfect circle (or not!).[p]Spin
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