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Saturday, May 26, 2007

Hawaii Pizza





Dough:
(A)
200 gm. plain flour - sifted
1 tsp. sugar
1 tsp. Instant Yeast
1/2 tsp. salt
1 tsp. oregano

(B)
110 ml. water
1 tbsp. cornoil or olive oil

Toppings:

2 Tbsp. Tomato Paste
2 Tbsp. Maggi Chillie Sauce
200 gm. Ham - cut into small pieces
some sliced Hot Dogs
200 gm. canned pineapple - cut into cubes
1 Big onion - diced
1 tomato - sliced
1 capsicum - diced
250 gm. Mozarella Cheese
2 Tbsp. Garlic oil - fry some oil with some garlic

Method:

(1) For dough: Mix (A) ingredients in a mixing bowl. Knead into a pliable dough. Add in oil and continue to knead until very smooth. Leave to rise until it doubles in volume for about 40 mins.
(2) Punch down dough and shape it into a ball and rest for 10 mins.
(3) Roll dough into a round shape - the size of your pizza pan. Use fork to prick holes onto the dough. Rest dough for 20 mins.
(4) Half-bake the pizza dough for 10 to 15 mins. then remove from oven.
(5) Spread tomato paste and chille paste onto the pizza dough. Sprinkle some mozarella cheese on top and place all the remaining ingredients on top.
(6) Sprinkle balance mozarella cheese on top and pour garlic oil over it.
(7) Bake at 200C for about 20 mins. or till cheese turns golden brown.
(8) Remove from oven and serve hot.

* You can use any topping you desire like prawns, tuna, cuttlefish rings and clams.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yum! yr pizza looks great. A lot of liao inside. Better than the Pizza Hut.

rgds
kwa kwa

yochana said...

Hi Kwa kwa,

Ya lor...very "tum sim" and so hard to hold the pizza in your hands cos it's too heavy with all the liao. Hahaha

rgds

pauline said...

Hi Aunty,
Yr pizza really scrumptious, make me feel famish now....kolok kolok...can hear my tummy sounding....
I make pizza before, but the dough turn out to be very hard, not nice....and the liao too watery, mayb i put too much of thousand island inside....
Can pls share with me yr yummy pizza dough?? Thanks and rgds

g. said...

hi do you use yeast for your dough? if so, how much? because in your method it says leave to rise.... im guessing theres a mistake?

yochana said...

Thanks g for telling me.

rgds

jen said...

Hi, I'm interested to try this. May I know when do u add the 110ml water in (B)? Do I have to put yeast in water first? Thanks.

yochana said...

Hi jen,

either way is acceptable for this pizza.

rgds

ChezzyHeart said...

Hi yochana,
thks for sharing the recipe. May i ask where can i find this "oregano"

thks

yochana said...

Hi chezzyheart,

you can buy oregano from supermarket like Cold Storage.

rgds

Leen said...

Hi Yochana,

I made pizza this evening, but somehow the crust has quite a strong 'yeast' smell, how can I reduce it? As I couldn't find any oregano, hence I went ahead the recipe without it, could this be the reason of having the 'yeast'smell? Thanks.

yochana said...

Hi Leen,

It's only 1 tsp. yeast so the smell shouldn't be that strong. You can cut down to 3/4 tsp. then.

rgds

leen said...

Hi Yochana,

Thanks for your reply. I will definitely try out again. My children love pizza.
rgds

leen said...

Hi aunty,
May I know what could have caused the base and sides harder than the center portion? I use all purpose flour as I do not have plain flour. Thank you!

yochana said...

Hi leen,

Normally centre will be a bit more wet than the sides because of your fillings and furthermore your sides are exposed to more heat causing it to be more crispy.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty,

Can I just skip the oregano in this recipe?

Thanks and regards

Aunty Yochana said...

Oh yes, definitely you can skip the oregano.

rgds

Aini said...

hie aunty,

I'm a malay muslim.i realy2 wanted to try making my own pizza crust but since we cant use yeast(because of the alcohol), do you have any suggestion of any substitute instead of using yeast?? pls help me...thank you..

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi Aini,

Yeast contain alcohol?
Mm...something new to me.

My muslim students never tell me about it although I taught them bread. I think they have got the halal yeast. I will ask them and get back to you.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Aunty

The half bake is also at 200C?

Lim

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty, i intend to bake this hawaii pizza for family dinner this sunday,can i prebake the pizza base a day ahead, freeze it, then used it the next day with topping for final baking?

Rita

Anonymous said...

Hi! Anunty Yochana,

Once again thks for sharing with us so many of your recipe. Tried this pizza last weekend find that the crust is thick, my family prefer a thin crust pls advise how to bake one.

Thanks
Christina Poh