Petite Pan Pizza

About two years ago, my sourdough starter took a header, and we’ve been without ever since,  But now I am trying to get a new sourdough starter going.  It is slow going, so I’ve been making smallish bread things to nibble on.

A couple of weeks ago, Amazon kindly sent us four Calphalon mini-pizza pans and four tiny loaf pans.  The mini-pizza pans are very cool – very non-stick, and small enough for the dough to be easily coaxed into a proper size and shape.

Above is last night’s pizza.  We each nibbled up half of our individual “pies” last night, so a nice lunch awaits us on another day.

The crust was too thick, and the “focaccias” that I had intended for the other two to be, were too high.  The two small plain loaves were okay, but more “taster” size than anything useful.  But the toaster and the Cuisinart Oven Central provide crispness as needed.

Needless to say, we are sheltering in place as much as possible because of NOLA Boy’s vulnerability, but we have plenty of supplies and food, so it really isn’t much different from our regular routine.  I should be able to drive soon, so resupplying shouldn’t be a problem when the time comes.

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5 Responses to Petite Pan Pizza

  1. Thick crust or not, the pizza looks very tasty and colorful.
    Hopefully things will go back to normal soon! 🙂

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  2. Sherry says:

    Looks delicious though I would skip the olives personally. But do I understand you didn’t like the crust or the crust on those pans? Hope “NOLA boy” is doing OK. This is a scary time for MM patients. Just can’t imagine having to have a hip replacement while helping with David’s care. You are something. Hope it is healing well and you are glad you did it.

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    • judilyn says:

      The pans are wonderful. I love them. It was the first batch from the new sourdough starter, and I got it too thick.

      The hip is doing well. I just finished week seven. The first two were troublesome, but patience got me through them. It just hurt a lot of the time. Six-week checkup said I was doing great. Still some swelling in the affected leg, but that should go away in a couple of months. It’s so wonderful not to have that constant pain any more, so yes, I’m glad I did it.

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  3. RV John says:

    Hi Judy, this looks tasty for sure. Glad to hear that hip is coming along good 👍!

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