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Old 09-24-2013, 04:26 AM
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Does wallaby meet your criteria.
Gudday Colin
Off course it does....?????
What do you use.....?
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Old 09-24-2013, 04:59 AM
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Hi Dave

Haven't decided still need to finish oven. But will get some alike and five it a shot. Have this to die for pizza recipe. I want to try. Moroccan lamb mince, roast pumpkin, boccocini and something else I just can't remember.
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Old 09-24-2013, 12:59 PM
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Gudday Colin
Why don't you get you self a pizza stone and put it in your oven grill or BBQ and give it a go. It's not quite a WFO but its close, its cheap enough,it can a lot of fun... And tasty
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Old 09-24-2013, 01:56 PM
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I agree with Dave, Wallaby flour from Lauke Mills, is cheap and easy to get I have'nt tried to use some of their pre-mixes such as the Barossa Sourdough Mix which does make a very good loaf of bread
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Haven't decided still need to finish oven. But will get some alike and five it a shot. Have this to die for pizza recipe. I want to try. Moroccan lamb mince, roast pumpkin, boccocini and something else I just can't remember.
Cumin sumac and maybe pine nuts
probably sub the boconcini for Persian feta too.
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Cumin sumac and maybe pine nuts
probably sub the boconcini for Persian feta too.
I like it tropical with some spinach leaves for garnish

Dave I do have a pizza stone and will do it this Friday night.
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I like it tropical with some spinach leaves for garnish

Dave I do have a pizza stone and will do it this Friday night.
Gudday
Add a drizzle of greek yoghurt and lemon juice over the spinach.
I think its to close to my lunch time ..... This is giving my hunger pains(
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I"'ll post recipe of it tastes how it is written. Then those with working oven can try out and let me know.

Might inspire me
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Old 09-28-2013, 08:06 PM
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Hi All
I know I haven't yet finished my oven but I thought I would make the pizza I mentioned on this thread. Mainly to try making dough and because I needed to practice. I purchased Laucke Pizza and Focaccia mix.

It must say this pizza was the best Pizza I have possibly ever eaten. It was to die for, light crispy, tasty, each of the flavours very discernible. Actually cooked it on the BBQ using a Pizza stone. Cant wait now to finish WFO. onward and upward.

Here is the recipe for those interested.

Morrocan Spiced Lamb with Roasted Pumpkin and Pinenuts.

Tomato paste [I used Leggos pizza sauce]
Small amount of mozzarella [only enough to hold ingredients]
Lamb mince / 2tspn Morrocan spice / 2 x red chilli cooked until Lamb is brown
Roasted Pine nuts
Roasted Butternut pumpkin [cut into small triangles about 1 cm]
Boccicini halved / Persian Fetta [ I used on separate pizzas but preferred the Boccicini ]
Za’atar sprinkle on when all ingredient son Pizza base

Za’atar

Couldn’t find this so made up my own [herb gardens come in handy] I used 2 tbspns of Majoram, oregano, thyme [1tbspn normal and 1tbspn Lemon Thyme], Sesame Seeds toasted [hold back 1 tbspn]
And around 1/8 cup of Sumac. Dry fresh herbs in oven on low temp for 10 minutes, let cool, ground it all together into a powder and then add the reserved Sesame Seeds. Store in a air tight jar.


To serve
Drizzle Yoghurt with added lemon and garlic
Garnish with torn Mint leaves or Rocket or spinach
Try sprinkling some more Za'atar

Trust me it was to die for.
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Old 10-05-2013, 07:38 AM
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Wow, that does sound fabulous! I just made yogurt balls, I hadn't considered yogurt on my pizza yet. Yummy, with the mint - OH good stuff!
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