Making New York-Style Pizza At Home

Craving a delicious New York-style pizza? Here’s a recipe to make this famous pizza at home. This pizza is best known for its thin crust and wide slices that are typically munched folded in half. Prepare a rich and savory homemade pizza sauce, some grated parmesan cheese and mozzarella cheese. If you’re a pizza lover, you need to try this recipe! Prepare this ahead of time to achieve a soft pizza crust and flavor-rich sauce.

Ingredients:

Dough:

• 1 tsp yeast
• 1 tsp + 1 tbsp sugar
• 1/4 cup + 2 cups warm water
• 1 tbsp salt
• 1/4 cup olive oil
• 5 cups bread flour

• some olive oil for greasing
• some coarsely ground whole-wheat flour for dusting

Pizza Sauce:

• 1 x 28 oz can of whole plum tomatoes (liquid removed)
• a pinch of sugar
• 1/4 cup olive oil
• 2-3 tbsp dried oregano
• 3-4 tbsp tomato paste

Cheese:

• 6 oz chopped mozzarella cheese (whole milk, low moisture)
• 1 cup grated parmesan cheese

Instructions:

This recipe makes four 12-inch pizza doughs.

Prepare a mixer.
Add 1 tsp yeast, 1 tsp sugar, and 1/4 cup warm water.
Let it sit for 5 minutes.
After 5 minutes, add 2 cups of warm water.
Add 1 tbsp sugar, 1 tbsp salt, and 1/4 cup olive oil.
Add 5 cups of bread flour.
Mix until thick and well combined.
Once done, transfer the dough to a work surface.
Divide into equal portions.
Form each portion into small rounds.

Prepare containers like mixing bowls and Tupperware.
Grease each container with some olive oil.
Place one round dough in each container.
Coat each dough with olive oil.
Cover the containers with plastic wrap.
Place in the fridge and leave for 24 hours.

Pizza Sauce:

In a mixing bowl, add whole plum tomatoes.
Puree using a hand blender.
Add a pinch of sugar, 1/4 cup of olive oil, 2-3 tbsp of dried oregano, and 3-4 tbsp of tomato paste.
Mix until thick and well combined.
Add more tomato paste as needed.
Cover the mixing bowl with plastic wrap.
Place in the fridge along with the dough for 24 hours.

Place a pizza stone in the middle rack of the oven.
Preheat oven to the highest temperature for an hour.

Prepare a pizza peel.
Dust it with some coarsely ground whole-wheat flour.
Form the pizza crust by hand-stretching the dough.
It should be at least 12 inches to form a 12-inch pizza.
Lay it on the flour-dusted pizza peel.
Spread a generous amount of pizza sauce on the dough.
Sprinkle grated parmesan cheese over the pizza sauce.
Evenly spread out chopped mozzarella cheese.
Once done, slide it off onto the pizza stone in the oven.
Bake it for 5-6 minutes.
Once the cheese has melted and golden, remove it from the oven using thongs.
Place it on a steel rack to cool it for a while.
Slice into four equal portions.
Serve and enjoy!

Making New York-Style Pizza At Home
Images – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzAk5wAImFQ



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