- Etalia Nudo Pizza Dough
- Olive Oil
- Mozzarella Cheese
- Ricotta Cheese
- Parmesan Cheese
- Prosciutto or Pepperoni (or omit for vegetarian)
- Cracked Black Pepper
- Preheat oven.
- Once oven is preheated, remove your frozen Nudo Pizza Dough from your freezer and place on a pizza screen. Note: For this white pizza, I actually put the frozen dough on the square piece of parchment paper (included in the box) right when I took it out of the freezer and then placed the parchment with the dough on it right onto the pizza screen. I did this because it had a lot of cheese on it and I didn’t know if would drip down to the bottom of the oven. And because it’s a white pizza with no tomato sauce, it doesn’t have as much moisture on the dough, so it will bake/brown easier.
1) Brush or rub the entire frozen pizza dough with olive oil.
- When you are adding the toppings, leave about 1-1/2 inches of dough uncovered around the outside edge. This will allow the dough to get a nice rise and bubble into a beautiful crust. Did you get the Nudo Tips email before your first order arrived? If not, I can send that too.
- I didn’t exactly measure the cheese or meat, so I gave approximates and you can also reference the attached picture to get an idea of how much I put on.
2) Sprinkle Parmesan Cheese on pizza dough - I didn’t measure it, I just sprinkled it. If I had to guess, it was probably about 3/4T - 1T.
3) Place Mozzarella over the Parmesan. I used an 8 oz. fresh Mozzarella Ball. I didn’t use the entire ball, so I used maybe about 7 oz. I pinch off chucks of cheese from the ball and placed it to cover the pizza. Feel free to use grated Mozzarella or sliced, it doesn’t have to be fresh.
4) Place dollops of Ricotta Cheese in the areas that don’t have the chunks of Mozzarella. If using grated cheese, just place dollops on top evenly over the pizza.
5) Place pieces of meat evenly on pizza (omit for vegetarian).
6) Add cracked black pepper to taste.
7) Bake per baking instructions.
8) After it’s baked, you can add some Arugula if you would like. If you do add it, you can sprinkle a little olive oil on it to taste before you put it on the pizza.
Let us know how it turns out and send pics!
Have Fun and Enjoy!