How do I make a pizza at home?

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Priyanka rathor asked 29-Dec-2017 in Food & Cooking by Priyanka rathor
How do I make a pizza at home?

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akriti kashyap answered 25-May-2018 by akriti kashyap

Several years back, I had thought about creating my own pizza, and sure enough, I managed to churn an idea out that I think could definitely be something worth trying. If you like pizza and you like spaghetti, why not have a Spezza?

How do I make a pizza at home?

Anyways, all that is required for this Spezza is to do some basic planning, such as: finding a thick crust that will be your pizza; buy a pack of spaghetti; buy some sauce; vegetables and tofu along with some cheese toppings.

First, get a pot of boiling water. Throw a pack of spaghetti in there once the water reaches boiling temperature. Cook the spaghetti-like you would with any other spaghetti. After you are done, take the spaghetti out of the pot and cool in down in cold water.

Next, you want to dump the spaghetti onto a thick crust or layer of dough. Add the vegetables and other ingredients before adding the sauce, and mix the vegetables with the spaghetti. (The sauce and vegetables can also be thrown in with the spaghetti after cooling the spaghetti if you find that easier.) The cheese should always go on last, as the melting cheese will keep everything else from falling out of the pizza. Plus, it looks more aesthetically pleasing that way.

Once you have added your spaghetti on a thick crust (it is equally important that the crust or pizza dough be thick for obvious reasons) and have assembled the ingredients, sauce and cheese, you want to turn the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit and let it cook for around 15 minutes.

After having allowed the cheese to melt all over your crust/dough and be turned into a soft pizza crust, you want to let it sit for a minute or two to let it simmer before taking it out of the oven.
Finally, you place the baked spaghetti and pizza and place it on the stove and cut away. If you find that the spaghetti is making it hard to cut your pizza into proper slices, you can always snap your spaghetti in half, prior to boiling it.

And voila! You now have a Spezza and it was probably done for a cheaper price than getting a regular old-fashioned pizza at your local pizzeria.