Pizza Roses Recipe
By Bb Kitchen
500g GF bread flour
4g dried yeast
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1 teaspoon sugar
Vegan cheese (I have used @sheeseuk mozzarella)
1In a bowl, put the yeast with the sugar and the water and mix well. Add the flour, the olive oil and the salt and knead until the dough comes together and it’s smooth and velvety. Fold the dough (watch video for ref), cover with cling film and let it rest for 30 min.
2After the resting time, take the dough and fold it again as before, then cover and let it rest another 30 min. After that time, take the dough and do a last fold, then cover and leave it for 2 hours in a warm place.
3Take the dough and roll it out in a 1cm thick layer, cut strips (about 6x20cm) and fill with your toppings. I have opted for tomato sauce, basil and @sheeseuk mozzarella. Roll the roses and place them on a baking tin lined with baking paper and oiled. Leave a bit of space between the roses as they will grow :) cover and let it rest for 30 min.
4Preheat the fan oven at 200*C. Drizzle some oil on the roses and bake for 25 min. Take them out, drizzle some more olive oil and some more mozzarella and put back in the oven for another 10 min.
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