VIRTUAL COOKING: Neapolitan-Style Pizza
It's time to stop ordering out and time to learn how to make your own homemade Neapolitan-style pizza. In this popular class we'll teach you how to make your own dough from scratch to create a Neapolitan thin-crust style pizza.
We'll introduce you to Double 00 flour, our favourite flour to use. You'll combine the ingredients then learn to knead by hand. While the dough rests, we will prepare the toppings for a classic Margherita pizza (tomato & fresh mozzarella cheese). While the dough rises, the instructor will demonstrate how to roll out the dough and introduce you to the ceramic pizza stone from Emile Henry and the Carbon Steel pizza pan from de Buyer (the trick to recreating results just like a real wood fired pizza oven). Plus we will share the techniques to creating our favourite appetizer pizza - lemon and cheese, a speciality of Sorrento. After taking this class, you'll never need to order out again! (Unfortunately we cannot accommodate Gluten Free options in this class)
MENU: Homemade Pizza Dough, Margherita Pizza
Instructor: Donna-Marie Pye, P.H.Ec
Food Kit includes: All the essential ingredients you will need to make this pizza including 00 flour, 1 can San Marzano tomatoes, 1 ball fresh mozzarella cheese. Pick up of the food kit will be 2 to 24 hours prior to class. Pick up at Relish Cooking Studio. SORRY NO DELIVERY. LOCAL PURCHASE ONLY
- All classes delivered using the Zoom platform
- Price is 1 device per household
- Classes are fully interactive and cook-along style
- Class length is 1 1/2 to 2 hours
- 1 week prior to the class you will receive:
- Class ID Number/URL
- Recipe Package
- Shopping List
- Equipment List
RELISH RECIPES are developed using common common cooking and baking ingredients that may or not be specified in the menu titles including various fruits and vegetable, nuts, meats, spices, wheat flours etc. If you have a food allery or want to know about a food substitution, please ask ahead of the class or we are happy to make suggestions for other substitutions.