Pizza experiment number ten is a light pizza, but don’t be fooled–it’s complicated; delicate. All though we just draw pizza names from a jar, this was a great choice! The Napoli dough is made with #00 flour, it’s light; silky. The dough ball has hard, unlike our usual master dough. I really couldn’t imagine how this ball was going to make a fluffy, cooked pizza crust. Gotta trust the recipe. Gotta trust your hands. Trust the dough. Obey, receive the reward!

This recipe is actually meant for a wood-fire pizza oven. I don’t have one, do you? I decided to bake the pizza at 450°F on the top shelf, then moving the pan to the bottom shelf and turning on the broiler. This worked! We had a great, light pizza blanco! (Served with a chilled bottle of unicorn vomit…)

This is our delicious finalè to the summer pizza challenge! We watched Harry Potter & the half-blood Prince. We are saving Deadly Hollows for November when we have a week off from school. Might make a special pizza too, for old times’ sake…