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Video: Jim Lahey Makes No-Knead Pizza At Home

Slice J. Kenji López-Alt 47 comments

If there's one thing any home pizza maker can tell you, it's that its nearly impossible to get the same bubbly, crisp, charring that you get from a real-deal wood fired Neapolitan pizza oven. Check out this video where Jim Lahey shows us that not only is it possible, it's actually pretty damn easy to do. More

Broiled No-Knead Pizza (No-Knead Pizza 102)

Slice Aaron Mattis 24 comments

Because these pizzas are so thin, it's possible to overcome the limitations of a home oven and generate extreme heat long enough to bake the pie to blistery perfection. I find that the easiest and safest way to achieve this level of heat is Heston Blumenthal's broiler method. Blumenthal superheats a cast iron skillet, inverts it, places the pie on the underside of the skillet, and slides it under the broiler to cook the pizza with bidirectional heat. More

How to Make No-Knead Pizza Dough (No-Knead Pizza 101)

Slice Aaron Mattis 37 comments

The best and worst thing about this dough is that it's wet and sticky: Water develops the gluten proteins in the flour, causing the dough to stretch beautifully when the yeast produces a high volume of gas in the heat of the oven. It's undeniably hard to roll out, but considering that rolling out the dough is the only difficult step in the entire process, this strikes me as an eminently fair trade-off. More

No-Knead Pizza Dough

Serious Eats Aaron Mattis 8 comments
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