What is a backyard pizza?
If you’ve ever wanted to know what it is like to have a backyard BBQ, then you’re in luck!
The answer to that question may surprise you.
A backyard pizza, which you can get at most of your local pizza shops, is actually a traditional, Italian-style pizza that is cooked in a wood oven.
A homemade pizza, on the other hand, is made from ingredients from the ingredients at your local home-cooked pizza restaurant.
While there are a few things that come with the backyard pizza in terms of ingredients and cooking time, the process of making a homemade pizza is pretty straightforward.
First, the oven is heated to approximately 350 degrees Fahrenheit (177 degrees Celsius) and then placed inside the wood oven until it reaches the correct temperature.
Once the wood is heated, the baking process begins.
The crust is then baked and then the toppings are added to the dough.
After the dough is baked, it is then heated in a water bath for at least two hours to harden and thicken the dough and then, after the dough has been fully formed, it’s baked again for several more hours.
When the finished dough is rolled out, it becomes an airtight bag, which then is placed inside a pizza pan to cool down.
At the end of the cooking process, the pizza is then topped with cheese and pepperoni slices, which are then placed on top of the pizza.
The finished result, a pizza that has a bit of extra pizzazz.
If you want to know more about how a homemade oven works, check out this video from the Food Network show “Dinner Club.”