I've always wanted to know how to do that thing you see on TV and movies where someone is throwing pizza dough into the air without having it end up all over the place. Here's a quick little step by step video showing how to do it like a pro. I've also added one of my favorite pizza recipes with a few wine pairing suggestions:
The Lowrider Pizza
This recipe is based on a pie served at Proto's in Colorado. We took something good and made it orgasmic! How? you might ask. By adding more crisp, savory bacon.
Get yourself an unbaked pizza crust (we like the Pilsbury pizza dough at most grocery stores). In a bowl, mix together tomato sauce with about a TSP of chipotle Tabasco sauce or some other chipotle sauce. Add a little more to give the sauce a little Jackie Chan kick to your tongue if you'd like. Cover the pizza with shredded mozzarella, crisp bacon bits, small red onion slice and pineapple chunks. Don't hate on the pineapple going on the pizza, it serves a purpose which is to counter the spice of the chipotle. Bake the pizza as fast as you can, then cover the pie with chopped cilantro.
Of course, when in doubt, add some more crisp savory bacon bits. It's a simple pizza to make, but a good twist to feature the bacon.
Pizza and wine are one of the easiest wine pairings to do. You could practially pull any red wine out to have with pizza. Because of the spicy kick from the chipotle, I'd go for a red wine with a little more sweetness. Jammy style, lighter wines like Quinta do Crasto from Portugal, Flora Springs Sangiovese, Cougar Crest Syrah and many Australian Shiraz will do the trick
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