3.7 stars from 3 ratings of Home made Pizza with Potatoes
Home made Pizza with Potatoes
Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 25 min
Ready in: 45 min
DOUGH:, for 3 large pizzas (tray diameter 40 cm or 15.7")
2.5 US cups (600 ml) water
6 US Cups (750 grams) flour
1 tsp dry yeast
2 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
3 tbsp olive oil
TOPPING:, just for 1 pizza:
2 medium potatoes, sliced thin (a slice - 2mm)
4-5 slices bacon, (or bacon, 150 gr) or as much as you want
1 medium onion, sliced
250 grams mozzarella
For the dough I put water in a bowl (lukewarm) and I dissolved the yeast in it. Also it works and if you use fresh yeast. Dissolve also the sugar in water.
We begin to gradually add flour, then add salt and oil and begin to mix by hand until you obtain a homogeneous dough, soft,slightly sticky (the dough is softer than bread dough !!!!!)
Important: do not dissolve salt in water, that will kill the yeast, so add it in flour, after you started to mix it!
Cover the dough with a towel and let it rise about 45 minutes then refrigerate it at least 30 minutes.
Preheat oven to 430 ° F or 250 C, and begin to shape the pizza.
I use round trays of pizza with a diameter of about 40 cm, you can use the square or rectangular trays. Brush the pan with a little oil then sprinkle cornmeal on the bottom tray as the dough does not stick.
Divide dough into 3 equal parts.
Put flour on the working surface and place 1 piece of dough into it, to dust it well. With your hands, roll the dough as much as you can, reaching punched through it, taking the dough in the air (as you saw on TV ;-)) then you can try to stretch as well in the pan until reach the edges of the tray. The dough is very elastic!
After you stretched the dough well into pan, slice the potatoes and cut them in very thin slices. proceed the same with bacon!
Add a generous layer of mozzarella, then place the potatoes all over the pizza then sliced onion and then the slices of bacon (I used fresh and dried) and then sprinkle a little pepper on top, oregano and salt (over potatoes, although the bacon is salty ...). I've sprinkled very little olive oil over the potatoes because I was afraid that the potatoes will dry out, but they will be fine without oil too, the bacon will release enough fat.
It is super delicious, potatoes are very good, and the combination with bacon and onion is sensational!
Bone appetite! Enjoy with a glass of off-dry white wine or an unfiltered beer! :)
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