I know that it has been awhile since I last posted baking recipes on my blog and I should have. Once you’ve learned the basics of baking bread, you can bake any type of bread with a little twist of one specific recipe. That’s what happened to me for the last months and was not sure if I should be posting all the recipes since they’re very similar.
Going forward, I will only post photos of breads and maybe some tips. You can always email me if you’d like a copy of recipe. I have been baking a lot at home and I thought it is one positive skill I have developed during the lockdown. Definitely, I am able to explore my passion for baking and loving it for sure!
Over time, I have learned to bake a few types of bread and realized that the recipes are not far different from each other. If you want a lighter bread, then use less flour, more yeast and add eggs. When you get your hands on the basics of baking, it will come easy to bake different types of bread with just slight variation of recipes.
Also, when making pizza, it’s better to use stones when baking. The crust is tastier and crispier, otherwise if you’re fine with soft crust, then bake it normally. You can buy different types of baking stones from Amazon. Stones can be round, square or rectangle in shapes and what I got are the smaller square versions where I can bake square or round pizza. I can also make small or personal size pizza or an extra large one for the whole family. What I liked about the small cut stones is the versatility, I can put them together and make small pizzas with different toppings like meat lovers, vegetarian or simply just cheese pizza or extra large pizza overload!
Anyways, that’s my tip when making homemade pizza!
I hope this tip will help you make the best homemade pizza ever! Enjoy…