Neapolitan Pizza Recipe
Summary of my bookmarked videos and Github repositories from Mar 8th, 2017
- Pizza Napoletana - Teil 1 - Teig Zubereitung
In this video, the host shares his passion for making authentic Neapolitan pizza. He discusses the challenges he faced in achieving the perfect pizza and introduces his pizza oven, capable of reaching temperatures up to 450 degrees Celsius. He demonstrates the process of preparing the dough using ingredients such as Caputo flour, salt, yeast, and water. After kneading the dough, he lets it rest for two hours before forming individual portions. He also mentions the importance of using San Marzano tomatoes and high-quality olive oil as toppings. The dough is left to ferment for several hours or even up to two days for enhanced flavor.
- Neapolitan pizza recipe: pizza Margherita by Enzo Coccia
Enzo Coccia, owner of "La Notizia" pizzeria in Naples, shares the secrets of crafting an authentic Neapolitan pizza. The simple ingredients include water, salt, yeast, and the right amount of flour. Enzo demonstrates the dough preparation, emphasizing the desired firmness and workability. He explains the technique of Neapolitan kneading, stretching the dough evenly. The final step involves adding San Marzano tomato, buffalo milk mozzarella, fresh basil, and pecorino or parmesan cheese as toppings. The pizza is baked to perfection, resulting in a delicious, aromatic, and light Neapolitan Margherita pizza.
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