SALAMI AND CHORIZO PIZZA COOKED USING OONI KODA GAS-FIRED PIZZA OVEN

SALAMI PIZZA - OONI KODA - BREEZY DAY My advice would be to steer clear of using a gas-fired pizza oven on a windy or breezy day unless you are in a sheltered spot outside for these four reasons: a little gust of wind can blow the gas out without you realising. the flames are more erratic and blow backwards and sideways - this prevents the stone from heating up linked to the above, the stone takes a lot longer to heat up the cook can be more of a challenge when the flames are whipping up at the back of…

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COOKING PIZZA IN THE SNOW! PLUS I’VE CHANGED THE BLUE CAPUTO PIZZA DOUGH RECIPE!

Another week of wintry weather and that's fine as I've been waiting a long time to cook pizza in the snow!  Ok it wasn't a full on blizzard snow  - it looked more like polystyrene beads but nonetheless, we very rarely get snow so anything was a bonus! And it's not cold out there when your oven is firing off heat at 550 Celsius! This week we made two salami pizzas.  The first one I topped with delicious salami with fresh mushrooms and chopped spinach.  In the Spring/Summer/Autumn season I would've used basil but....basil does not survive well in my…

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