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    Filippo
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  • Filippo
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    10-15 minutes sounds right. The advantage (maybe the only one) of doing it by hand is that you can "feel" the consistency without interrupting the process.

    The fridge is a bit too chilly in my opinion.



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  • Nedo
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  • Nedo
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    Filippo maybe it was because i added the salt from the start and not like you later on,
    we let the kitchenaid kneading (lazy me ;D) the dough for aprox 10min - 15min, whould you knead it longer?
    A friend told me i have to put the dough in the fridge and not let it the whole night outside, hmmm

    Pizza Dom is similar to Raclette (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raclette) it is very popular here,
    the emphasis in raclette dining is on relaxed and sociable eating and drinking, the meal often running to several hours,
    so the Pizza Dom dining goes also for long time.


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  • Filippo
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  • Filippo
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    Looking good!

    Maybe the dough required more kneading!

    I didn't know what the Pizza Dom was.... seems fun!

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  • Nedo
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  • Nedo
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    Short info about our pizza evening,
    the dough didn't turn out the way I wanted it to.
    The dough has risen beautifully for the first 2 hours but then collapsed
    Nevertheless it was delicious, for the Pizza Dom you take a dough piece (Ø 7-8cm)
    put sauce on it and cover it as desired (I love hot salami, see pics.)
    Then it comes into the hot Pizza Dom and after about 4-6 minutes it is ready,
    in the meantime you already prepared the next pizza, so it goes on the whole evening
    alt of fun with your friends, of course don’t forget a good bottle of red wine! ;*D


    Next time i will try the flour with the designation Typo 0
    like Filippo used, like he said "it's a science!"
    I still learning !

    Edit: and yes unfortunately no 3D Scan, not yet!
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  • Nedo
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  • Nedo
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    Greetings!
    Tomorrow is the day I will finaly test the original Italian flour and yeast.
    For our New Year's Eve party with friends we want to turn on the Pizza Dom!

    Right now the Pizzaiola is boiling allready (rezept belove), and the pizza dough we're gonna start tonight,
    (i use Filippos receipe from above, with the difference i use the typo 00 flour, this dough go for minimum 12 hours!)

    ...will report back with photos from the dough successful or not

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    Tomato sauce (Pizzaiola)
    Ingredients for 6 people:

    1 small onion
    2-4 cloves of garlic
    2-3 tbsp olive oil
    1 large tin of peeled tomatoes or chopped tomato meat
    1-2 tablespoons tomato concentrate (tomato paste)
    1 small glass of red wine (0,1 l)
    rosemary sprig
    parsley stalk
    1 small chilli pepper (to taste)
    1 tsp dried oregano
    salt
    pepper

    Preparation:
    Peel onion and garlic, dice finely and sauté in hot oil in a flat,
    wide pot or in a deep pan, but do not let it take on any colour.

    Add the tomatoes and their juice, stir in the tomato paste and
    add the red wine.

    Add rosemary, parsley twigs, chilli and oregano, salt and pepper.
    Now let the sauce simmer quietly on a very low heat for at least
    half an hour, without lid, for one hour or longer. Again and again
    deglaze with a dash of red wine, but no more than with a small glass ;*)
    Because a lot of liquid evaporates afterwards, always pour on
    a dash of water and stir.

    Finally, the sauce should be very thick, almost like a soft,
    spreadable paste and have an aromatic aroma.


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  • Paul King
    3Dflower

  • Paul King
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    You could just go to Italy like we had to do
    Mind you.... we have a great pizze place 2 minutes away that is really authentic

    PINEAPPLE!!!! I saw pizza's with CHIPS on them!!!! (French Fries Scott)

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  • Andrea Alessi
    3Dflow Staff

  • Andrea Alessi
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    Onion on pizza is a classic Italian recipe (not like the pinepple things american do - THAT, is abomination) and a perfectly valid option. Most commonly used in "tonno e cipolla" (tuna and onion) or "diavola" (salame piccante - like your american pepperoni, but better - and onions)

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  • Scott Nebeker
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  • Scott Nebeker
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    Are those onions on the left one?!

    That's not pizza, that's an abomination.

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  • Andrea Alessi
    3Dflow Staff

  • Andrea Alessi
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    imo needs more tomato sauce

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  • Roberto
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  • Roberto
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    ahah great post

    Personally I would prefer a simpler recipe.
    Don't add any sugar an olive oil. It's better to use olive oil only for topping!
    Some people add sugar, some other even milk in the dough, but I prefer to keep it as simple as possible.

    Also the oven temperature is an important topic to mention. The higher the better! The wood-fired oven is the best as it can reach very high temperature, but of course is not easy to install it at home and also out of your budget :P. Let's spread the pizza dough!

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  • Filippo
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  • Filippo
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    Pizza time

    You can't spend your days and nights just reconstructing with 3DF Zephyr!
    Sometimes you have to recharge.
    And what better way to do that, than by making some original italian pizza?

    This is what you will need for 2 pizzas:

    - 250g of flour type 0
    - 4g of beer yeast
    - 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
    - a teaspoon of sugar and salt
    - a glass of water




    Tip: remember to close all windows before kneading!

    Start by putting the flour, the yeast and the sugar in a bowl and mix it up dry for a while.
    Then put the oil and half the water and keep kneading... put the rest of the
    water as you need it. It will be quite sticky and messy.. but also very fun!

    When the dough reaches a compact state, move it to a wooden plank and
    add the salt. Start working it for at least 15 minutes and don't be gentle: let that stress out!

    At this point your dough should be quite tight and elastic.

    Oil the bowl and put the dough back, cut the surface a bit for a better and cover it with a wet towel.

    Leave the bowl in a dry area for no less than 2 hours.

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    The dough should now be ready. Divide it in 2 and start stretching it!
    If you want, you may use a rolling pin. I didn't, as I like my pizza more thick and with a hand-made feeling to it!

    Tip: use a bit of flour during the process, it helps a lot!




    Now for the interesting part! Toppings!

    I went for a couple of classics:

    - white pizza (no tomato sauce) with onion and tuna
    - tomato sauce, mozzarella and champignons (common mushrooms)

    But you can literally put anything you want on your pizza! **

    ** except pineapple, if you put pineapple you are a horrible person

    Turn on the oven, as we'll need it pre-heated at 230 degrees.
    Put your pizza on some oven paper and start baking!
    Depending on the thickness and the toppings, cooking time varies a lot.
    It shouldn't take less than 5 minutes and more than 15... just keep an eye on it!

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    What's interesting to me is that it's very easy to make pizza, yet it's a science! Tiny changes may have big impacts...

    Finding the right taste could take a lifetime of pizza-eating!

    Definitely something to think about!



    P.s. Sorry for the photo quality... still waiting for that new company phone
    *ahem*


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