Kevin Rice's Pizza Recipie

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  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Grate Cheese and set aside
  3. Brown meat:  Defrost meat in microwave if not already unfrozen.  Put meat in frying pan.  Add 1 cup water to frying pan.  Heat over medium heat until meat is completely brown.  While meat is cooking, break meat up into very small pieces.
  4. When meat is done, drain liquid off into sink, put meat on paper towels, and set aside.  Make sure to meat is finely diced during cooking.
  5. Open sauces and mix them together in a small bowl.
  6. Add oregeno and salt to the sauces
  7. Add either basil (if you’re using sausage meat) or aniseed (if you’re using pepperoni) to the sauces.
  8. Mix the sauces very well.  Set aside.
  9. Open hot roll mix.
  10.  Empty flour packet into a big mixing bowl
  11.  Add margarine or butter to flour in big mixing bowl
  12. --  DO NOT USE EGGS (ignore the box directions)
  13.  Put 1 and 1/3 cups of warm (NOT HOT) water into second (empty) small bowl, add yeast.  Stir yeast/water to mix them.
  14.  -- As soon as the yeast is wet, you have about 15 minutes to finish this recipie for best taste; don't worry, just don't waste time ---
  15.  Pour the yeast and water mixture into the flour bowl; mix with a wooden spoon until you can’t anymore because it’s too thick.
  16.  Pour a large amount (about 2 tablespoons if you must measure) of olive oil on hands, rub until hands are well covered with it.  This stops the dough from sticking to your hands
  17.  Grab the dough and start manipulating it / kneading it so it’s mixed better than the wooden spoon would be able to do.
  18.  Put down the dough in the bowl and put more olive oil on your hands
  19.  Pour 2 more tablespoons (at least) olive oil into the 9x12x2 pan and coat all of the inside with it, spreading it with your fingers.
  20.  Put the dough in the 9x12x2 pan and spread it out as evenly as possible, leaving no holes, and going slightly up the sides of the pan if possible.
  21.  Sprinkle some more olive oil on top of the dough, spread it evenly to get the dough good and wet with oil.
  22.  Pour on the sauces you set aside, above and spread evenly with a spatula (or your fingers)
  23.  Sprinkle cheese evenly across dough, but use less towards the edges (it burns if it’s too close to the edge, 1 inch or so is good)
  24.  Add garnishments like the mushrooms, green peppers, onions, etc.
  25.  Add Meat.
  26.  Put in oven.  Bake at 425 degrees for 18 to 25 minutes (average is about 22 minutes in a metal pan, 26 in a glass one).  Crust should be brown.


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