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Monday, July 31, 2006

Simeon’s Pizza Recipe

Tomato Sauce

2 Cans of Tomato paste

1 and half Cans (use the empty tomato can) of water (keep adding, to the tomato paste, until it’s a nice sauce like mix)

Half a head of Chopped Garlic

2 Onions chopped and fried

Add Salt, Pepper, Oregano and Paprika to taste

Half a can (use the empty tomato can again) of Red Wine

One capful of Red Wine Vinegar

Add the olive oil, which you used to fry the onions and garlic, to the sauce to your own personal taste

Warm it up in the frying pan, till it simmers and smells good:)

Pizza Dough

3 and a half cups flour (1 Cup white flour, 1 Cup unbleached flour, 1 Cup potato four and Half a cup rice flour)

1 cup warm water (between 95° and 115° F.)

1 Tablespoon yeast

1 Tablespoon honey

1/4 cup olive oil

1/2 teaspoon salt

Mix the dough in your bread maker on the pizza mix setting.

Cheese and Toppings Mixture

Take the Feta, Mozzarella cheeses and all of your favorite toppings and mix them in a large bowel.

Final Directions

Roll out the pizza dough to your liking (Throw it up into the air for good measure if you must lol).

Sprinkle the bottom of the rolled out dough with potato flour.

Spread the freshly made tomato sauce onto the rolled out dough.

Add the Toppings.

Drop some specs of tomato sauce over the toppings (just a tiny bit).

Pre-heat the oven for 350 then put the pizza in. Should take 20-25 minutes to cook.

Dim the lights, light some bees wax candles (not the petroleum ones) and put on your favorite Dean Martin CD. Pour yourself a glass of red wine, and enjoy! :)



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