Monday, June 11, 2007

...Pizza...



Definitions of International Standard (<-- pdf file in Italian) about Pizza alla Napoletana o Margherita says:
- 30g of tomato (S.Marzano is the best quality)
- 7g of olive extra vergin oil - 50g of Mozzarella di Bufala
- just a bit of basil
- salt
Much long description requires dough and i'll describe in future. Pizza must be cooked in a wooden owen (oak or olive wood) at 450 / 485 Celsius degree and it's cooked for few minutes when you look it cooked.
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20 comments:

Ame said...

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm LOVE this kind of pizza....and it would go so WELL with my beer! ;) Great shot down below this one too!

Rodney said...

I wish we have this here in the U.S! It looks so good. Nice photo!

Aigars Bruvelis said...

...its so Italian like:)

Sally said...

Lovely. I do like other adaptations of pizza too, but the classic margherita takes some beating!

isabella said...

So simple and yet so good!
Love the look of that crust...just burnt enough ;-)

jules said...

Pizza, the perfect food. This looks wonderfully delicious, but the delivery charge (to Michigan) would probably be a bit much.

Kate said...

Now, that looks like a REAL pizza! We have a pizzeria in our neighborhood with a wooden oven that seems pretty authentic. Beer and wine are Italian also.

Karola&Pamp said...

It look's so delicious.
We hope one day we'll eat really, orginal Italian pizza.
In Krakow there is an italian pizza (don't know who is the owner, but they called themselfs italian), but the truth is they serve the best pizza I've even eaten. Right now the best in Poland. ;))

Abraham Lincoln said...

It is hard to find a really great pizza here. Sometimes, depending on who is working that day, you can get a great pizza. THe bad ones cost just as much as the good ones.

Baby raccoons. Hopefully tomorrow will be better.
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Maraï said...

Miam miam! It makes me hungry!
Maraï from Brisbane
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Kalyan said...

Simply mouthwatering...I would love to have that, When are you going to send it?
A very nice shot & nice to know about the recipe also!

richard said...

For me the simple pizzas are the best, especially if you have good tomatoes and mozzarella. This one looks perfect. Very difficult to make at home in my experience (unless you have your own pizza oven)

anu said...

Yummy, baked just right. I could do with some more toppings though.
One of my faves.

Oya said...

Speaking of diet:) I guess you are right, forget the diet...I can't resist on this pizza, but seems basil is missing...

Bergson said...

and paste with pizza pie

the receipt of the paste is wanted

for once that Italian gives his secrecies

Nikon said...

There is an expensive Italian restaurant here in Rhode Island that makes excellent pizza.
Generally you're lucky if it's just good at the usual shops.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

This is my favorite kind of pizza -- simple ingredients and thin crust.

Fabrizio, I love tattorie too. Simple bolognese sauce with pasta, tri-color salad, and San Pellogrino water.

Chris in Madison said...

Oh my, that pizza looks heavenly. More food photos please!

Massim. said...

Sai dove la fanno anche buona la pizza a torino?
C'è un locale in via Viotti.. uhm.. non ricordo come si chiama ma non ti dovresti sbagliare. La mia ragazza che è napoletana dice che la fanno proprio come sotto o'Vesuvio (uè uè!)
;-)

Waldo Oiseau said...

It's only 9:30am here, but this looks tasty!!