Pizza with salami

This Italian pizza has simple, clean flavors, which most people might like. The salami and basil are put on after frying. The pizza base can advantageously be made the night before.


550 g mel, helt tipo 00

1/2 pk pizza yeast

1 ts salt

1 teaspoon sugar

1 tbsp olive oil

1 tablespoon honey

About. 3 dl cold water

Knead everything well together and let it rise. The dough is perfect, when it is so moist that you just manage to roll or push it out, then add enough water.

When I make pizza, I let the dough enjoy itself for a long time, preferably in the fridge overnight. I take it out about 1 hour before using it and let it rise on the bench, before pressing/rolling it out and letting it rise for about 30 minutes. For Italian pizza, it is rolled very thin. If you make the pizza dough the same day, as you are going to use it, it can be left on the counter and rise for a minimum of 1 hour. I always cook the bottom at a high temperature for a few minutes, before touching the filling to make sure the bottom is crispy and cooked through.


It's smart to make a large portion of pizza sauce, distribute it in cans and freeze it, so it's easy later. If you pick it up when you start the dough and put it on the kitchen counter, it will be thawed when you use it.

1 box of chopped tomatoes from Mutti

1 finely chopped onion

1 bay leaf

1 tablespoon dried oregano

2 finely chopped cloves of garlic

1 tablespoon dried basil

1/2 ts pepper

5 drops of tabasco

1 teaspoon crushed fennel

Everything is mixed in a saucepan and cooked for a long time, preferably an hour or more.

The pizza:


Pizza sauce

Grated cheese, preferably several types and preferably well aged

Italian salami

Sliced black olives

Basil, preferably both green and red


Good olive oil

Spread on pizza sauce, sprinkle with the cheese and spread the olives out. The pizza is baked in the oven at the highest temperature you have, until golden and nice. Take the pizza out of the oven and put on salami and basil. Sprinkle with grated Parmesan and sprinkle with a little olive oil.

You will find many exciting pizza varieties here.

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