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Home made pizzas

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Barmaid | 19:10 Sat 25th Sep 2010 | Food & Drink
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I regularly let my step son make his own pizzas (one of the very few things he will eat) - at least if we do that, I can slip some pureed veg into the tomato sauce and he doesn't have a clue. However, with the spare dough, I've tried making up a pizza and freezing it, but the base is always soggy and never cooks as well. Tonight we are doing "Pizza Factory" again and I know I am going to have a whole load of dough and tomato sauce left over. How is it best to store it? Should I just cook the base and then freeze it, or cook the whole thing and then freeze it?

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I would be inclined to cook it, make a pizza out of it and freeze it. Microwave when you fancy it.
I would bin the dough and freeze the sauce.
You need to roll out the dough as if making a pizza and then cook it for five minutes. Once cooled you can then freeze it, make sure it is really well wrapped.
I freeze my pizzas raw and they always come out well. The trick is to roll the dough quite thin, have them out on the side defrosting a little whilst the oven heats up, and cook them at around 220c.
roll out your pizza base and bake it then freeze it. It works for me.

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