Quick & Easy Pizza
Making a pizza from scratch can be hard if you don’t know what to do. Here we’ll talk about how to make homemade pizza with store bought dough. If you want something different than pizza rolls, then read on and get cooking!
A lot of people want to make their own pizzas, but they are intimidated by the process. There’s a lot of steps and it takes a while to get good at it. You’re probably going to end up with some pretty bad pies before you get the hang of it.
Follow this step-by-step guide for making your own pizza from scratch! We’ll walk you through every part of the process, so that when you’re done, your homemade pizza will be great!
1. choose your dough, sauce, and toppings
Choose what you want! Top your pizza with all of your favorite ingredients. Choose toppings such as pepperoni, mushrooms, onions and olives to make a classic pizza or try something new like pineapple chunks in teriyaki sauce for an exotic twist on this American staple. If nothin’ but cheese is good enough then go crazy: choose from mozzarella, cheddar jack mix cheeses (the best!), parmesan romano, Hershey’s chocolate chips- anything that will satisfy your taste buds
2. make a pizza crust by rolling out the dough
I’m going to make you a pizza crust that will leave your mouth watering. I’ll show you how easy it is!
The best way to start out making the dough for my favorite type of pie, cheese-stuffed deep dish, starts with rolling out and stretching the dough so we get an even thickness across its surface.
3. spread sauce on top of the crust
Place the sauce evenly over top of crust
I’m going to show you how easy it is. We’re just going to spread out a layer of tomato sauce on top, then we’ll cover that with cheese and bake for 15 minutes in an oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit or 190 Celsius. You shouldn’t have any problems doing this!
4. add cheese and other toppings to your liking
The best toppings for your pizza are whatever your heart desires. Seafood is a popular choice with my friends.
If you’re looking to spice up your pizza, try adding some of these tasty toppings.
Mushrooms are a great topping for any meat lovers out there and give an earthy flavor that is perfect with ground beef or pork sausage. Other good choices include olives, artichokes and red onions which can be used as substitutes for pepperoni if desired!
Putting a fresh, decadent slice of pepperoni on an all-white and spicy tomato sauce will make you drool like never before. But if that’s not enough for you, here are some other topping options: sautéed mushrooms with garlic sprinkled over them to give it the perfect savory zing; or go sweet by adding crushed pineapple along with sliced bananas!
5. bake in oven for 10-15 minutes until done!
Congratulations! You can set your oven to 350 degrees. Bake the pie in your oven for 10-15 minutes until done and enjoy it with friends or family . Your pizza is now ready to eat.
6. enjoy hot or cold with a side of salad or vegetables (optional)
How do you like your pizza? Traditional toasted bread crust or deep dish with extra cheese and meat toppings, sitting next to a pile of french fries on the side. What about some salad greens before it all goes wrong though. With these options in mind, I would go for something a little lighter like an arugula medley but if that’s not up your alley then romaine is definitely going to be more fitting as opposed both dishes flavor wise and nutritional value wise!
People often ask me what drink to serve with a pizza.
I would recommend an ice cold beer like Budweiser or Miller Lite because of the crisp, refreshing flavor and lower alcohol content which is perfect for any occasion!
The question that many people have when they’re entertaining – “What do you want in your glass?” Here’s my answer: If it’s going to be just one person having dinner then go ahead and pour them whatever they prefer, but if there are multiple guests over make sure you keep some beers on hand as well since these light drinks will pair nicely with slices of pizza straight from the oven!
A good drink to serve with a pizza is beer. It goes well with the salty and savory flavors of meat toppings on an Italian-style pie. But if you’re having steak or chicken, wine might be more appropriate since it has similar qualities as those two meats like tartness from grapes in red wines but also sweetness that complements poultry’s subtle flavor profiles nicely while being less filling than other beverages such as soda pop which can quickly fill up your guests’ stomachs after just one serving.
Final Thoughts About How To Make Homemade Pizza With Store Bought Dough
Here are the takeaways from this post.
• Readers can learn how to make a perfect pizza pie
• Avoid overcooking or undercooking the crust
• Get input on what toppings are best for different types of people
• The recipe is super easy and quick