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Papa’s Cook Book: Romano Quartet Pizza

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By , January 20, 2016 9:17 am

1: Prepare the Pizza Dough
For the Romano Quartet Pizza, we have included recipes to make your own dough and pizza sauce from scratch. However, we understand if you don’t have time/resources to do these extra steps. If you want to use pre-made dough or sauce, that is totally fine.To make the dough, it helps to have an Electric Mixing Bowl, but you can mix it by hand too. First, mix the yeast, sugar, water and lard in a large bowl until they are fully blended together. Then, pour in the flour and salt and mix everything together. Make sure the dough is smooth and free of any lumps. Take the dough out and grease the bowl with olive oil to prevent sticking.

Place the dough back in the bowl, cover it with plastic wrap, and let it sit for an hour or so. By that time, the dough should have doubled in size thanks to the yeast. Dust your work surface with flour, and pour out the dough. Roll the dough around and into a nice ball shape and let it sit. After 15 minutes it should be ready to go.

 

2: Prepare the Pizza Sauce
Simply add all the pizza sauce ingredients into a medium size bowl and mix them together until thoroughly blended.

 

3: Building the Pizza’s Base
Take your dough and roll it out into a large disk. Place it on your pizza cooking pan/stone. Using a ladle or spoon, add an even coating of pizza sauce over the pizza. Around the pizza, leave sauceless border about a half inch thick for the crust. Then, cover the sauce with plenty of shredded Mozzarella cheese.

 

4: Adding the Toppings
Chop your Bell Pepper, Pepperoni, and Italian Sausage into thin slices. Visually divide your pizza into 4 quadrants. In the top left corner place 6 Bell Pepper slices. In the top right corner, place 6 mushrooms. In the bottom right corner, place 6 slices of pepperoni. Finally, in the bottom left corner, place 6 slices of italian sausage.

 

5: Cook and Enjoy!
Preheat your oven to 450°F (232°C). Place your pizza in the oven, and cook for 15-20 minutes.Once it’s fully cooked, remove the pizza from the oven, and cut the pizza into 8 slices. Let it cool for a few minutes, then enjoy your Romano Quartet Pizza!

 

 

Hope you enjoyed this week’s recipe from Papa’s Cook Book! If you made this delicious dish, we would love to see how it turned out. Send pictures of your masterpiece to info@flipline.com, or post them on our facebook wall, or upload them to the Papa’s Cook Book section of our Forum!

So last time, we had you make a Gingerbread Men. Let’s see some fan-made examples:

Papa’s Cook Book: Gingerbread Men

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By , December 23, 2015 3:37 pm

1: Mix it Up!
In a large bowl, add the cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, baking soda, and flour. Mix them thoroughly and set the bowl aside for later use.

In a second large bowl, mix the brown sugar and the butter until the mixture is fluffy. It helps to have a hand mixer. Then add the egg, vanilla extract, and molasses and mix thoroughly.

Finally, add in the dry mixture from the first bowl slowly until everything is completely blended with no lumps and stuff.

2: Wrap and Chill
Take your dough and divide it in half. Roll the halves into balls and cover each with plastic wrap. Let them chill in the refrigerator for 2 hours.
3: Cookie Cutter Time!
Prepare your work surface with a light dusting of flour so that the dough doesn’t stick to it. Take each ball of dough and roll it out until the dough sheets are 1/8th inch thick.

Dust your cookie cutter in flour and start cutting out as many gingerbread men as you can. This should make about 2 dozen depending on the size of your cutter.

4: Bake and Decorate!
Preheat your oven to 350° F. Spray the non-stick cooking spray on your cooking sheets. Place each gingerbread man on the sheets leaving 2 inches between each of them. Bake them for 8-10 minutes.

Let the cookies fully cool down after they are done baking. Once cool, decorate them with your icing, sprinkles, and any other festive toppings you like!

 

Hope you enjoyed this week’s recipe from Papa’s Cook Book! If you made this delicious dish, we would love to see how it turned out. Send pictures of your masterpiece to info@flipline.com, or post them on our facebook wall, or upload them to the Papa’s Cook Book section of our Forum!

So last week, we had you make Red Velvet Cupcakes. Let’s see some examples:

Papa’s Cook Book: Red Velvet Cupcakes!

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By , December 3, 2015 12:18 pm

1: Prep Work
Papa Louie’s first introduction to Red Velvet was in Papa’s Cupcakeria. For this challenging recipe, we will be making them completely from scratch! You ready for this??

First step is to preheat your oven to 350°F (175°C) so it’s all ready to go by the time you’re ready to put them in the oven. At this time, you can also place the 12 cupcake wrappers in the Muffin Pan.

 

2: Mixing the Ingredients
First, you’ll want to mix together some of the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl. This includes the flour, cocoa, baking soda, baking powder, and salt.

In a second mixing bowl, add the sugar and the butter. It helps if the butter is soft and close to room temperature. Whisk the butter and sugar together until it’s fully mixed and creamy. Then add the 1 egg and mix it in thoroughly, then add the second egg and do the same. This is followed by adding the buttermilk and vinegar and whisking them until fully blended with the rest of these wet ingredients. Finally, add the vanilla extract and red food coloring and mix it some more.

Pour the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients bowl and whisk until the batter is velvety smooth.

 

3: Pour and Bake
Spoon the batter into each of the cupcake wrappers within the pan. Each wrapper should be filled 3/4th of the way.

Once the oven is pre-heated, bake the cupcakes for 20 to 25 minutes. You’ll know they are done if you poke a toothpick into the center, pull it out, and it’s clean.

 

4: Frosting
Traditional Red Velvet Cupcakes are topped with Cream Cheese Frosting. For this Cook Book post, we’ve included an additional recipe sheet for homemade Cream Cheese Frosting. For this step you will be using the additional tools and ingredients found on that sheet. You can also skip this step if you prefer regular store-bought frosting, but you’ve made it this far… why not go all in!

In a large mixing bowl, add butter (soft and room temperature), cream cheese, vanilla extract, and lemon juice. Using a hand mixer, blend until everything is nice and smooth.

Then add the Confectioner’s Sugar to the mix and keep blending until the frosting is fluffy. Refrigerate the frosting for 30 min to allow it to firm up before putting it on the cupcakes.

 

5: The Final Touches!
Remove the pan from the oven and let them sit for 10 minutes. Traditionally, Red Velvet cupcakes are served without a wrapper, so if you want, unwrap the cupcakes before frosting.

Frost the Cupcakes and dust with the Red Sugar Sprinkles. If you are planning on making the Cream Cheese Frosting, I find it helps to put the finished frosting in a small ziplock bag. Then cut one of the bottom corners off the bag to make an easy frosting dispenser. Simply squeeze the frosting through the hole and onto the cupcakes.

 

 

Hope you enjoyed this week’s recipe from Papa’s Cook Book! If you made this delicious dish, we would love to see how it turned out. Send pictures of your masterpiece to info@flipline.com, or post them on our facebook wall, or upload them to the Papa’s Cook Book section of our Forum!

So last week, we had you make a Chocolate Acorns. Let’s see some fan-made examples:

Papa’s Cook Book: Chocolate Acorns!

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By , November 24, 2015 11:08 am

1: Find the Supplies
As Thanksgiving approaches, we have a real easy, real fun, and real tasty treat to celebrate the holiday. Chocolate Acorns made their first appearance in Papa’s Cupcakeria. Each acorn is made of 3 separate parts and glued together with chocolate frosting. Finding those parts will be the only challenge here. First you will need to find 24 chocolate chips and some chocolate frosting. Then you will need 24 Gold Creameo Mini’s, although you may have better luck looking for other brands like Nutter Butter Bites, Ritz Peanut Butter Mini’s, etc. Basically any small cookie or cracker that is about an inch in diameter. Next you will need Chocolate Smooches, you know, kisses, buds, drops, whatever you might call them, you’ll need 24.
2: Crafting the Acorns
If you are using mini sandwich cookies, you’ll want to first separate them and scrape off any residual frosting. Then dab some of the new chocolate frosting onto the flat/previously-frosted side of the cookie. Then, unwrap your Chocolate Smooch and stick it onto the cookie using the chocolate frosting as glue. Finally, take a small chocolate chip, coat the flat bottom in chocolate frosting, and stick it on the other side of the cookie so it looks like the acorn’s stem.
3: EAT!!!
You’ll want to let them dry for a bit to make sure that frosting holds everything together. After that, you’ll have a tasty treat for after your Thanksgiving Feast!!

 

Hope you enjoyed this week’s recipe from Papa’s Cook Book! If you made this delicious dish, we would love to see how it turned out. Send pictures of your masterpiece to info@flipline.com, or post them on our facebook wall, or upload them to the Papa’s Cook Book section of our Forum!

Let’s see some new example of past recipes:

Papa’s Cook Book: Jack-o-Mole!

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By , October 27, 2015 10:43 am

1: Prepare The Pumpkin
Jack-o-Mole was first introduced in our game, Papa’s Cheeseria, although you may know it as “Jackmomole”. This was because of an unfortunate spelling error in the game that we didn’t notice for quite sometime. Either way, Jack-O-Mole is a pumpkin based chip dip similar to Guacamole.

For extra holiday flare, we will be using a hollowed out “Pie Pumpkin” as the dipping bowl. A “Pie Pumpkin” is a small pumpkin that is grown for eating rather than display.

First thoroughly wash the pumpkin, then using a large knife, carefully cut a large section of the top off so as to make a nice bowl for the dip. Then, scoop out all the seeds and stringy innards using a large spoon. Why not paint a jack-o-lantern face on it before you get started.

2: Smash and Dice
Carefully dice up your onion to make 1/2 cup. Then take your fresh cilantro, and finely dice the leaves up to make 1/4 cup. Then, take your avocado and remove the seed and skin. Mash up the the avocado into a paste in a large bowl.
3: Mix it Up
In the bowl with the mashed avocado, add the Pumpkin Puree, diced cilantro, diced onion, lime juice, chili powder, garlic powder, ground cumin, black pepper, onion powder, and kosher salt. Thoroughly mix the ingredients.
4: Final Touches
Grab your pumpkin bowl, and scoop the Jack-o-Mole into it. Place it on a large serving plate with tortilla chips and get the party started!

 

Hope you enjoyed this week’s recipe from Papa’s Cook Book! If you made this delicious dish, we would love to see how it turned out. Send pictures of your masterpiece to info@flipline.com, or post them on our facebook wall, or upload them to the Papa’s Cook Book section of our Forum!

So last week, we had you make Sizzle Shell Tacos. Let’s see an example:

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