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Post Info TOPIC: Our caravan (kitchen) has no oven. What do you use to make pizza without proper oven?


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Our caravan (kitchen) has no oven. What do you use to make pizza without proper oven?


Interested in your ideas. Don't have a bbq (weber or otherwise) along.



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We have an oven but not fan forced so bit useless - I make "Pizza" using flat bread putting on all toppings and heated in large pan with glass lid - the only thing needed to be cooked on a pizza is the base, everything else just needs heating/melting.

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Possum3 wrote:

  I make "Pizza" using flat bread in large pan with glass lid -

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 I use to make Damper the same way, on top of the gas stove..



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Excellent. The sort of ideas I was looking for. Do you also make the flat bread yourself? If not, is there a brand you favour?

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We have a small portable oven nicknamed "the pie warmer". Cost 30 something $$ and is plugged in outside on the fold out table. It fits large pizzas, 3 in total, on the shelves. The "pie warmer" lives under the bed.

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Normally flat bread brands are limited in supply in country towns - We just get what is best value - Sometimes you can actually buy Pizza base - It's only because I'm lazy that I don't make my own simple recipe' Mix together flour, pinch baking powder and 1 tsp salt in a small bowl, add splash of milk, bit of olive oil and knead on a floured surface for 3-4 mins. Roll into balls, then flatten out. Sorry I don't do weights and measures I cook by feel - too sloppy more flour - too dry more milk.

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Dead easy, I use one of these:

Coleman oven

And it works very well on a large burner on my caravan cook top.

 



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When we were poor students we used to buy pida bread, spread tomato sauce, cheese and any other toppings that we had on top of the bread and then grill it. It was okay. 



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Lidded electric frying pan if you have power

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Agrees possum,dry frying in a elect frypan slowly will Crisp crust & cook to top- slowly.



-- Edited by BENNYrat on Tuesday 10th of August 2021 11:43:16 AM

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THanks

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