Like any other kind of cooking, good bread baking begins with the best flours (King Arthur and Four Star Farms) and local ingredients-Web of Life farm eggs, Hornstra milk, Cabot or Kate’s butter, Narragansett Creamery cheeses, Queen Bee honey, Kate’s buttermilk. All of my breads are made by hand (except the pizza doughs, made in a food processor) out of my home with lots of love and elbow grease. – Jenny of Jenny’s Bread
Serves 4 to 6
- 1 Jenny’s Bread pizza dough (white or grilling)
- butter or olive oil
- toppings or fillings of your choice
Cut your pizza dough into 4 pieces of equal size. Heat a cast iron pan (8 to 12 inches) over medium low heat. While the pan is heating, gently press each piece of dough out into a circle on a smooth surface using the oil it came in and adding a touch more if you need it. If the dough resists allow it to rest a while (10 to 15 minutes is usually enough) before trying it again. Coat the bottom of the heated pan with a pat or butter or a swirl of olive oil. Place one bread in the pan. Cook 2 to 3 minutes (times will vary with different stoves) or until the bottom is a golden brown. Flip and cook until bottom is a golden brown. Remove from pan and enfold in a dish cloth while while you make the others stacking them as you go.
Cut pizza style and serve with hummus or your favorite dip. Fold it around fresh tomatoes, basil and mozzarella cheese. Brush with melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. Wrap around your favorite Brown Boar or Dufort Farms sausage. Or just rip it apart and eat it while it’s hot!