Mellissa is hosting this week’s challenge so hop over to her site to check out her version.
I have to apologize for the pictures but the pizza is pretty much in danger the moment she comes out of the oven so I had to snap some pictures right away haha. You will NEVER see good pictures of a pizza on my blog, sorry.
My husband was on board right away this week because it is Pizza-Day! I was just so glad that I read the recipe in full upfront because the dough needs to sit for 6-12 hours arghhh! I prepared the dough and let it sit overnight.
1,5 cups whole wheat flour
0.5 cup coarse cornmeal
0,5 tsp yeast
1,5 cup water
This dough is unlike any dough I have ever prepared for a pizza. All you have to do is add the ingredients together in a bowl and then let it sit for 6-12 hours or overnight. No kneading required. The dough is pretty wet and sticky.
On a baking sheet covered with parchment paper or on a oiled surface gently stretch your dough until you reached the thickness you want in your pizza. Since the dough is so sticky and I did not want to use too much extra flour I simply wet my hands which worked perfectly.
The part my husband enjoys the most= top your pizza with everything your heart desires. Hubby was more on the meat and cheese side
while I chose pickled corn as my base and then avocado, tomatoes and soft goat cheese.
Well this project is also always a way for me to experiment and I decided to make a small sweet pizza. My Mexican chocolate was the base and then I topped it with a banana and added a little bit of cinnamon sugar.
Result: Hubby loved the pizza and the dough was easy to throw together. I just like the sticky wet dough haha. Other than that it was a success and we will make it again. The sweet version works as well and maybe next time I try to caramelize the bananas a bit more.