How can you cook pizza (vegan or non-vegan) if you don't have a grill, microwave or oven? How can you do it in a frying pan?

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  • 4 months ago
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    What you need to cook the pizza is a very hot underside and a hot enclosure to melt the cheese and cook toppings above the base. There are several ways to do this. I'm assuming you have a flame like a stovetop.  put a heavy skillet (cast iron is great if available) on the flame and heat it just untill the bottom starts to go red, then back it off a bit. Drop the pizza and immediately cover with a lid. Check the pizza at three minutes. if not done keep checking backin 90 second intervals until the top is melted and hte crust is browned. You can do the same thing with sheet pans, with clean stone tiles. Put the pan and tiles on the stove top, cover with a second sheet pan and heat until the tiles are really hot. Romove lid, insert pizza(s)  and cook until done.

  • 3 months ago

    So you want to "cook" a cake on the stove top too, you knucklehead? A pizza requires baking

  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    start with the weird cheese y'all use in a nonstick skillet ( lightly greased ) have everything room temp and ready to go ( mise en place ) drop cheese, toppings then crust...  give it 2-3 minutes on med/med-high heat then flip best way you can( use another pan or plate to help you) crank heat to high and use your nose and eyes to reach desired crust doneness.

    Hope I helped a little..

  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    A "pizza" is a BAKED item, it cannot be Fried. Or it is called a Taco.

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  • kswck2
    Lv 7
    4 months ago

    You can, but an Iron skillet is the best conductor of heat and the is best to it on. 

  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    You might get away with cooking the crust in a well oiled cast iron and then steaming the cheese with a lid? (ack, the entire website design just changed)

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