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- Thaw overnight in fridge.
- On lightly floured surface divide into four even pieces. Roll each piece into balls. Cover and let rest.
- On lightly floured surface roll each ball into a thin circle.
Pizza Kit Instructions:
Servings: 2 thin-crust pizzas (approx. 12" in diameter)
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 12-15 mins
MATERIALS + TOOLS
Your pizza kit includes ingredients to make two pizzas:
- 1 jar containing 2 sourdough balls
- 1 jar of local organic tomato sauce
- 1 jar of shredded cheddar
- 1 or 2 jars of your selected toppings
You will also need:
- a handful of flour to dust your surface and equipment
- a rolling pin
- either a pizza stone or a baking tray with parchment paper
Follow these directions for each pizza.
1. Preheat your oven to 450 degrees.
2. Sprinkle flour over your working surface and hands, then remove half of the pizza dough from the jar. The more flour you use, the less sticky the dough will be & the easier it will be to remove!
3. Sprinkle flour over your rolling pin and the dough, then roll the pizza to a 12" diameter (*if your cooking vessel is smaller, roll out to desired size - note this may affect the thickness of your crust). Transfer your rolled out pizza dough to your baking tray or pizza stone (remember to use parchment paper if you're using a tray).
4. Dress your pizza up! Use a spoon to scoop about 1/3rd of the tomato sauce onto your dough, then swirl it around to cover the surface area (*after saucing both pizzas, you'll probably have some sauce left over to dip your crust in). Add half the toppings and half the shredded cheese.
5. Bake your pizza(s) at 450 degrees for 12-15 minutes until the crust turns slightly golden brown and the cheese melts. Kick up your feet and enjoy your pizza!
6. Hooray for zero-waste meal kits! Wash out your jars and either reuse them or return them to help us reduce waste!
Ingredients: Arva flour, water, olive oil, natural sour dough yeast, salt
Thank you for joining our Zero Waste Club!
Please give your jars a good wash before sending them back, especially for sauces, dips, and nut butters! We’re passionate about waste reduction and need your help. Overly dirty jars disrupt our cleaning process and sometimes can’t be reused, ending up in the recycling bin instead. Thank you for your assistance and let us know if you have any questions about the Zero Waste Club!