Plain kitchen tiles are a canvas for improvisation with lightly sticky materials like TapeSwell's labels. I call this project Sticky Tile Recipes, where I write down the gist of my favorite and most frequently used recipes, so that I don't have to go through cookbooks every time I'm making dinner. I've decided to share my recipes on this blog as I make them.
Sticky Tile Recipe #1: Thursday Night Pizza
Every Thursday night is pizza night at my house! I like making a big batch of pizza dough at once and freezing it in individual bags. Come Thursday morning, I take the dough out of the freezer and by 5 pm I just need to roll it, add toppings and enjoy it. I use a round stone which bakes the pizza evenly in 5 minutes at 500 F. Dough ingredients for one thin-crust pizza (multiply by x for a big batch at once):
Dissolve the dry yeast in the lukewarm water with the sugar. Let it stand for 5 minutes. Then add it to the flour and add salt. Knead the dough until it's no longer sticky. Cut it into fist size pieces and freeze or roll them out into a pizza crust. Roll the dough out so that it's as thin as a kitchen towel, but not see-through. Place it on a pizza paddle and add the toppings. And the best part - you can add any kind of toppings you like. Be creative! Here I added tomato sauce, cheese, pepperoni and pineapple. And yeah it was great!
Here's some other ideas for using TapeSwell in the kitchen.
If you've been inspired feel free to share your sticky ideas.