Did you know there are two distinct types of pizza? Roman and Neapolitan.
This is the Roman Pizza – thin and crispy!
In a bowl place the yeast, warm water, and mix. Then add the flour, salt, and mix well. Knead the dough until it is smooth. Make the dough into a cylindrical shape and divide into 10 parts. Let the dough rise for 30-45 minutes. (depending on climate and altitude this time may vary)
On a floured table, open each piece in a circular shape with a rolling pin and pre-bake* each dough.
Tip: If you use an electric oven, use a marble or pizza stone in the oven. When it is well heated, place the dough and in 1 minute it will be ready.*Don't over bake because the dough will finish baking in the oven after adding tomato sauce and toppings.
Add the tomato sauce and toppings of your choice.
Finish baking in the oven until cheese is bubbly, and serve!
You may have never tried a sweet pizza, but in Brazil it's quite common.
In this case, the edges are filled with dulce de leche topped with sliced bananas with sugar and cinnamon on top.
Other fillings used around here: chocolate ganache with chopped strawberries or brigadeiro.