The pizza I missed most, when I gave up cheese, was cheese and tomato pizza - it's a classic combination, and the most flavoursome, IMO. So I was delighted to discover that this pizza is just as full of flavour!
Breadmaking is an easy, everyday activity - not some difficult art form!
As regular readers will know, I'm very into using a bread dough instead of pastry at every opportunity.
Stuffed mushrooms wrapped in an enriched pizza dough are a particular favourite of mine. And it's one to try next time I light the chiminea - they'd be even more gorgeous cooked in a WFO!
Today I made three, had one for dinner and earmarked one for the next weekend (that actually made it to the freezer) and one for lunch tomorrow. I'm ashamed to say I had a nibble of the other one - and 10 minutes later it had all gone! Now it's me who feels stuffed!
It's hard to know where it fits into the lexicon of breadmaking. On the one hand it's a bread parcel - much like a calzone or a mushroom Wellington. On the other it can be likened to a covered bread bowl, with the filling inside, or a covered trencher, again with filling and crust cooked together.
I'd be interested in hearing of any other suggestions to stuff the mushrooms with.
I had a stunning pizza last week and it was pesto and ripped basil with a drizzle ( big drizzle) of purreed roasted red peppers and garlic. It was stunning , really tasty . Paul how about roasted red peppers,toms, onions and garlic , herb of choice IF not wrapping it in dough perhaps some cous cous to gove a nice crunchy topping.
This is a friendly forum for Wood-fired oven enthusiasts. It also has other topics including baking and cooking. Our forum is made up of carnivore's, vegetarians, vegan's etc. If you don't want to accept this , then please join another forum.......If I see any more negative or derogatory remarks against any member by yourself ...or anybody else ......regardless of their individual choice of diet I shall immediately ban the member and log the IP address.
no disrespect to you or anyone mr fraddock but i reckon you are over reacting. i think kev has a fair point that calling it vegan bread making is a bit silly like vegetarian salad or like dolphin friendly pork pies.
he came off a bit sarcastic but banning someone for being sarcastic is a bit strong imo. no need for anyone to get there shorts twisted over it. just made me laugh
I am not over reacting. This is the 4th time Ive asked members to refrain from making snide and derogatory remarks against Vegetarians, Vegans, Piscatarians or anybody who is following a gluten free diet etc, etc.. This is the first time I have made a comment on the open forum (I have respectively PM'd other members). I also haven't banned anybody from this forum, but you must respect that I will protect this forum and ALL it's members from anybody who wants to put somebody down purely because they decide to follow their own nutritional diet.
The forum was created to share knowledge for enthusiasts of Wood-fired oven building. There are many spin-offs from this subject including baking, outdoor cooking and other dishes which may interest our members of which, 30/40% are vegetarian.
I only welcome people who would like to take part in a friendly Wood-fired oven forum sharing knowledge. Healthy debate is welcome when it relates to relevent subjects.
I stand by my last post........if you are not interested in participating in a friendly forum .....or friendly debate on relevent subjects, then please go elsewere.........any more nasty or snide remarks will result in that member taking no further part in this forum....