It's Saturday night and as promised I made a pizza under some rather adverse circumstances. I couldn't wait another 3 weeks for a completed kitchen because the inspiration for this pizza couldn't wait. Yep, reindeer sausage from Alaska. It is actually pork, beef and reindeer with a spicy hot flavor. After we ate two I said put the rest aside and I'll make a pizza.
As you can see since we have no countertops and limited space. The counter is a make shift piece of plywood that I had been using for many years in my office as an architectural model cutting board.
Here is the start of the dough. I taped down some wax paper since the plywood is not the cleanest of surfaces to work on.
After I formed to dough I transferred it onto a wood peel. Next I added my sauce made from organic tomato sauce, fresh chopped garlic, oregano, basil and red pepper.
Next I topped it with fresh basil leaves, baby spinach leaves, green onions and baby bella mushrooms.
Followed with 6 ounces of sliced up fresh mozzarella cheese the kind that comes in those vacuum packed balls, and the sliced reindeer sausgage.
I placed it in the 550 degree oven with a pre-heated pizza stone. 10 minutes later it came out of the oven. I went a extra 2 minutes because of the pile of ingredients.
The underside was just right. I could not have achieved this browning with our previous oven and the amount of ingredients stacked on top of the pizza. As you can see both top and bottom were baked to perfection.
Now I have to clean the stone since the pizza flowed over a bit including that little red glowing piece that looks like a nose.