Watch videos to learn how to make pizza. The ingredients needed will depend on the type of pizza you'd like to make. It will help to have a pizza stone and a mixer, but neither are requirements. These videos cover the different types of pizza, and how to make them.
Great pizza starts with great dough. While store-bought pizza dough is a good option if you are low on time, making pizza dough from scratch is the way to go if you are set on creating the perfect pizza. These videos cover the basics of making pizza dough, as well as techniques for stretching the dough.
Ahh New-York-style pizza — a favorite of humans and Ninja Turtles alike. Derived from Italy's Neapolitan style pizza, this style of pizza is characterized by its thin hand-tossed crust, a light layer of pizza sauce, and simple toppings.
Originated in Chicago in the 1940s, this style of pizza more closely resembles a casserole or pie than your traditional pizza. Deep-dish pizza typically contains a thick layer of toppings, with its crust containing either corn meal or semolina.
Greek pizza is a refreshing variation on traditional pizza. In addition to its flat and chewy crust, it is often topped with feta cheese, generous amounts of olive oil, and fresh ingredients added after the crust is baked.