The Art of Pizza, Chapter Two: Sauce

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  1. Kazzy says:

    The most important thing to remember when saucing a pizza is easy does it. You’d be amazed how little sauce you actually need for a perfectly balanced pizza. Put on too much and you’ll end up with a soggy mess. It should look like it needs more. You should be thinking, “That’s not nearly enough.” If that is the case, you’ve done it right.Report

    • Glyph in reply to Kazzy says:

      You know, I’m not 100% sure on this. I recently switched allegiances for my local joint, because the old one was sometimes skimping on the sauce. If it’s a good sauce, you want to get some, you feel me?Report

      • Kazzy in reply to Glyph says:

        I’m not saying no sauce. Just that you’d be surprised how far it goes. You can have too little sauce. But it is far more likely that a home chef applies too much. If you can’t see the dough — if it is obscured by a solid layer of sauce — you’ve gone too far.Report

  2. James Hanley says:

    My two cents is that you should definitely used crushed tomatoes, because it gives it just the right texture. That may be a subjective matter, but my kids all agree with me, so there.Report

  3. Michael Drew says:

    I love pizza.Report