Buiding a Pizza !!!

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  1. Stephen & Jeannie

    Stephen & Jeannie Read Only Funster

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    I am building a Pizza for tonight, to eat whilst watching the F1 Singapore practise !
    I have a Chorizo ring ! :thumb:.....Should I cook it before slicing and putting on the Dough along with tomatoes, cheese, pineapple, sweetcorn onions, peppers, anchovies and sweetcorn !:Eeek::Eeek::Eeek:

    p.s. Why didn't the spellcheck pick up the error in the title !!!!!!!!
     
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    slice it and cook it slighly then put in on top at the end?
     
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    slice it thin on a mandalin, spead evenely cook till base is crispy and oils from meat run out, open wine, drink wine,open wine drink wine, burn pizza, order takeaway:Rofl1:
     
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    Lots of oil from chorizo-so praps best do as suggested-cook some of it off first :thumb:

    M & C
     
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    next time you visit a pizza takeaway, watch the guy buiding one.

    NOTHING is pre-cooked....with the exception (cant say i've noticed) of chicken but all sliced sausage and meat is raw.
     
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    too much sweetcorn. :Rofl1:
     
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    all the meat is pre cooked, even the sausage,( its cooked when made,)

    DEFFO the chicken
     
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  8. Stephen & Jeannie

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    Riff Raff Charlatans indeed !!

    I have never, repeat never been to a pizza emporium and will never grace their halls with my presence ! (Period, as our American cousins say !!!):Doh::Doh::Doh:
     
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    agreed, but you know what i mean....it isnt cooked again before being put on the pizza
     
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    its no good likeing my posts, it a slice in a jiffy bag Im after (please post first class, with an ice pack either side to keep if fresh):Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    you should try it sometime......some can be really good but i dont mean Domino's, pizza hut etc....they are over rated, over priced crap.

    i can only assume you make your own dough base, as shop bought ones put you on a loser before you start....long life, irradiated biscuit bread.

    cant beat a proper, hand stretched dough.
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    I like the pizzas in Spain with lots of that hot oil stuff:thumb:
     
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    Castrol or Shell....they do taste different :thumb:
     
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    Whenever I use a raw chorizo ring I do the Spanish way and always boil it first for about 10 minutes to get rid of the excess fat and then slice thinly and lay onto pizza, after adding the rest of the ingredients, so it crisps up in the oven. Otherwise the pizza will be flooded with fat and the dough won't crisp up.

    But if I use ready sliced chorizo which you eat raw as a cold meat, no need to cook first as it doesn't have as much fat in it. :thumb:
     
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    Hold the yellow devils !!

    I agree !!! put in another tin of anchovies instead !:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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