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How To Make Homemade Pizza Step by Step

Updated on April 11, 2011

Today we decided to make a pizza for Lunch infact my wife decided it :) and share our recipe with you because i made her falling in love with a piece of pizza . We like pizza with a lot of ingredient. You can change ingredients what ever you want.


For Dough

1. 300 ml water

2. 3,5 cup of flour

3. 2 table spoon of sugar

4. 2 table spoon of oil

5. 2 tea spoon of salt

6. 2 tea spoon of leaven

 First off all you need a home bread maker or you should buy bread dough from a baker. I preffer to make dough myself, i think it is more delicious. First, put the water in the baker case, later put the flour all over the surface of water and put sugar,oil,salt and leaven but the last four should not mix each other(you can put them each corner of the baker case).Then choose ‘making dough’ program.Two hours later your dough is ready.

Ingredients of Pizza

1.       300 gr of Turkish style fermented sausage ( You should choose sausage which is from Kayseri, province of Turkey) slice it up

Kayseri, Türkiye

get directions

sausage from here is extra delicious

2.     300 gr of Veal sausage slice it up

3.      200 gr of Mushroom (If you find not cultivated natural mushroom it can be delicious) slice it up

 4.       Two Onion slice it up

5. 500 gr Kashar cheese grate it

6. Special sauce( I will give the recipe)

For Sauce

1. 500 gr tomato

2. 250 gr capsicum (hotness is up to you)

3. 8-9 cloves garlic

4. 2 tea spoon of salt

5. 2 tea spoon of olive oil

I make my sauces as canned food end of the summer days and I use this sauce for pizza, pasta or these types of food. I will give you another recipe more practical for use with your pizza. Put the Ingredients above in a preesure cooker and and cook them half an hour. Later, put them in saucepan and use your blender for your sauce. You can use black pepper, dried mint, thyme, basilicum

Now You are ready to make your own pizza!

First of all, put your dough into you oiled braking dish. You should expand you dough all surface of the braking dish with your hands.Secondly, put your sauce on your dough. After your sauce first ,put your kashar cheese on your dough later, put your silced Turkish style fermented sausage, Veal sausage, Mushroom, Onion.

 The last put some kashar cheese all over them. Put it in the preheated oven to 180 degrees and wait approximately half an hour and you can take it and wait five or ten minutes before eating. İ hope you like it Good appetite


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      5 years ago

      Hi daffodil2010, just wanted to let you know... of all the articles about how to make pizza my school and me picked your detailed article to teach children here in china how to make a PIZZA... you made a lot of kids happy my friend! :D

      Keep up the good work! +1 for you...

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      7 years ago

      dear stars439,

      thank you for your nice comments. i like your comments:) your hubs are also great!

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      7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Thank you for sharing your wonderful cooking experience. Sweet little baby you have. Great pizza God Bless You Precious friend.

    • daffodil2010 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      Dear earthbound

      Thanks for your comments

      Maybe a couple years later my baby taste it

    • daffodil2010 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      Dear PenMePretty

      THanks for your comments Whenever you want you can visit us for a ver big piece of pizza :D

    • daffodil2010 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      Dear b.Malin and Kashmir56

      thanks for your comments

    • daffodil2010 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      thank you my friends. i will send you this pizza:)

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      7 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      Yummy! Can deliver a whole for me? LOL! Thanks for sharing. Well-detailed and what a cute baby you have there!

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      7 years ago from Franklin

      Yum, yum...voted up and useful. What time is lunch? Looks so delicious.

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      Thomas Silvia 

      7 years ago from Massachusetts

      Hi daffodil2010, great step by step details illustrated by some great picture, this easy recipe sounds yummy !

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      b. Malin 

      7 years ago

      Such details and pictures and a recipe step by step directions, all I can add is Mmm, Mmm Good! Thanks for sharing Daffodil.

    • daffodil2010 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      thank you hyphenbird

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      Brenda Barnes 

      7 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      Yummy!! This is a great and instructive Hub. The only thing better is for you to become our officail HubPages chef!

    • daffodil2010 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      thank you pamela99. i am already a follower of you. i like your recipes too,especially your deserts.

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      7 years ago from Sunny Florida

      The pizza looks wonderful and I could tell by the look on your face that it was delicious. The recipe looks great and I am bookmarking it for a day when I feel like cooking something special.

    • daffodil2010 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      dear skyliette

      thanks for your comments one day visit us i ll serve you and i will give the sauce recipe this summer step by step like this

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      7 years ago from Malaysia

      Lol...Love the pic of your sauces in the larder :) Great recipe, the pizza looks delicious!

    • daffodil2010 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      common lets eat together:D thanks for your comments

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      7 years ago from Nashville, Tennessee

      Wow! Really nice article. Homemade pizza really is good. I like your pictures too. Great job. You have made me hungry.



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