Simple Steps to Become a Pizza Chef
Pizzas are one of the most demanding foods all over the world. Be it for evening snacks or a get together, people just love to be served with pizzas. It’s not always possible to visit a shop to buy one. So, it’s better to prepare them on your own. Becoming a pizza chef is easy if you just follow some simple guidelines and avail the necessary ingredients.
Making of the pizza starts with the preparation of the dough. The chief items that you’ll need are flour, yeast, salt, water and oil. Mixing them in the right proportions is the key to the proper preparation of the dough. The significance of the oil is that it doesn’t make the dough sticky and can be easily lifted from the bowl. Nowadays pizza chef uses countertop mixers and dough hooks for mixing and kneading. Using them will give you the same taste as made by the professional chefs. But the professional chefs keep the dough in refrigerators, unlike room temperature as done in many households, which prevents the dough from getting dry. Again, an expert catering pizza uses three distinct methods to get the job done - by hand, by rolling pin and by machine. The selection of the approach depends on the individual and the amount of time he has. Using rolling pin or machine will be faster, but doing it manually by hand can be time taking but will become fun once you get expertise in it.
The sauce can also be prepared by you. While baking, do not put a chunky layer of sauce on the dough. A hint of crust will add to its taste. The toppings to be added must be cooked beforehand. A small amount of olive oil is to be sprinkled over the pizza or else the pizza may get burnt while baking. So, enjoy your home-made pizza with your friends and relatives and let them congratulate you as a great pizza chef.
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