Friday, February 17, 2012

“better ingredients, better pizza.”

It seems that the company really sticks to its slogan which discribes this taste very well. I love Papa John's Pizza. Years ago I worked for them:) The dough is really better..I might say the same thing for ingredients honestly!

If you tried Papa John's Pizza you might be agree with me when you compare it with other pizzerias.

Actually, you can easly shave a couple bucks off the price with coupons.You can utilize coupons for Papa John’s either by printing them off your computer and bringing them into your local Papa John’s location, or by using a Papa John’s promo code on their web site.

Papa John's also in Turkey but unfortunutely there is no Papa John's here in Izmir. We have Domino's Pizza but as I mentioned it, I am a Papa John's lover:) Especially their thin crust was my favorite and instead calling them to order, I used to order online.

You guys, do it online if you want to try Papa john's pizza!

Hmmm... I'm thinking of Tuscan Six Cheese right now:)

Take a look sides on their menu. You would find very good tastes I promise!

Spicy Buffalo Wings, Permesan Bread Sticks, BBQ Chicken Strips..all yummy:)

Cinnepie of Papa John's is a wonderful dessert, taste it soon! You would thank me:)

Enjoy your weekend with Papa John's!

But if you're insist to make your own pizza, here is a recipe for you..Do you have any great (or terrible) pizza experiences?

3 Cups flour. 1 1/3 Cups water (warm, for the yeast)1 package quick-rising yeast.Salt (approx. 1/2 tsp)Sugar (approx. 1/2 tsp)Extra Virgin Olive Oil (approx 1 1/2 tbsp. Grated Parmesan Cheese (I don't have limit for this:))

Mix yeast with warm water. You want to do this first so that the yeast has time to"get going" before you add it to the rest of the ingredients.. Mix flour, sugar, salt, cheese, and oil in bowl. Add water and yeast to bowl. Mix until all ingredients are blended. When ingredients are mixed, dough should be sticky to the touch, but not torunny. Then "cut" the dough at least a dozen times, with mixingspoon. This is what takes the place of kneading the dough. Let dough rise for 30-45 minutes. Rember that it needs to be bothwarm and moist to rise. Just a tip; turn the oven on bake for about 3 minutes then turn it off, open the door for a few seconds and let it cool down slightly. Then cover the bowl with a wet towel, and place in the oven, close the door. Take the dough out. Don't forget to lightly sprinkle it with flour to keep it from sticking to your hands and "punch" the dough down. Don't remove from bowl. Let rise for another 30 minutes. Total risingtime should be between 45 minutes and just over an hour. Grease your pizza pan using a small amount of olive oil or oilspray and put the dough on the pan. Dust dough with flour again and spread it onto the pan. As long as you grease the pan, spreading the dough should be easy. Baking times are usually about 10-12 minutes in a 450 degree oven, on the middle rack.

Before topping, put the sauce on your pizza first. Then put whatever you want on it. It's your pizza, right?


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