There are many meals that we may enjoy but one that most of us can agree on is pizza. In fact, it is one of those treats that many of us have on a weekly basis and we may even have a special night, pizza night, that is fully dedicated to eating this particular meal. Although I could never imagine getting tired of pizza, it is nice to mix it up every once in a while and that is where this recipe comes in.
I’ve heard of many different types of pizza before, including thick crust, New York style pizza and many other different choices. One thing that I had never heard of, however, is pourable pizza. As it turns out, it’s a fantastic treat and it may just be something that you want to try on your next pizza night. Although it is never going to fully replace a pizza pie, it is something that your family will certainly love.
3 cups (14 ounces by weight) flour
2 cups warm water
1 package dry active yeast (2 1/4 teaspoons)
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1 1/2 teaspoons honey
1 tablespoon olive oil
Add all dough ingredients to a medium bowl with the warm water last, whisk lightly until all ingredients are combined(3-4 min). Cover with plastic wrap and let rise for 1hr.
Remove wrap and mix with a ladle until most of the bubbles are gone. Transfer mixture to a piping bag.
Generously oil pan and pipe dough starting in the middle and spiral around until pan is full.
Cook over medium high heat until you see lots of little bubbles form on top.
Flip and cook for approximately 1-2 minutes and flip again, continue cooking until crust is golden on bottom.
Remove from heat and apply toppings and broil for 3-4 min or until melted.