Advertisements
Chef Alison Roman (photo) has urged people not to have fancy & # 39; dinners & # 39; to organise

Chef, 34, reveals the secret of the perfect home-made pizza – and why people should STOP organizing & # 39; dinners & # 39; for friends and family

  • An American chef has urged people not to have fancy & # 39; dinners & # 39; to organise
  • Alison Roman has shared her philosophy of cooking for family and friends
  • She said that if she wanted to organize a dinner, she would describe it as & # 39; people have left & # 39;
  • The 34-year-old also shared her secrets about making the perfect home-made pizzas
Advertisements

A top chef has urged people not to have fancy & # 39; dinners & # 39; to organize and instead give pizza parties by following her waterproof great tips.

Alison Roman, 34, from Los Angeles, has made headlines in recent months for sharing her very simple philosophy of cooking for family and friends.

Speak against Good food Australia, the author of the cookbook Nothing Fancy and Dining In, said that if she wanted to organize a dinner at her home, she would instead describe it as & # 39; people carrying & # 39 ;.

Chef Alison Roman (photo) has urged people not to have fancy & # 39; dinners & # 39; to organise

Advertisements

Chef Alison Roman (photo) has urged people not to have fancy & # 39; dinners & # 39; to organise

The 34-year-old revealed the secret of cooking the perfect home-made pizza - including making her own fresh focaccia to use as a base

The 34-year-old revealed the secret of cooking the perfect home-made pizza - including making her own fresh focaccia to use as a base

The 34-year-old revealed the secret of cooking the perfect home-made pizza – including making her own fresh focaccia to use as a base

& # 39; I feel like I call it a dinner party or a party, there are expectations attached. "Entertain" is really there. It makes people nervous and it makes people stressed right away, & Roman said.

& # 39; Having people with you can literally mean that people are in your house. & # 39;

She said that & # 39; people are left & # 39; simply means that they have the & # 39; permission to be imperfect & # 39; and guests can enjoy & # 39; picky food, with picky vibes & # 39 ;.

In her book Nothing Fancy, Roman said her philosophy translates into ordering pizza as needed, because & # 39; people are left with & # 39; & # 39; supposed to be fun & # 39; instead of being an entertaining & # 39; entertaining & # 39; to set up a show.

Roman said in her book Nothing Outstanding that her philosophy translates into ordering pizza when needed, because & # 39; people have with you & # 39; & # 39; supposed to be fun & # 39; to be instead of entertaining & # 39; guests & # 39;
Advertisements

Roman said in her book Nothing Outstanding that her philosophy translates into ordering pizza when needed, because & # 39; people have with you & # 39; & # 39; supposed to be fun & # 39; to be instead of entertaining & # 39; guests & # 39;

Roman said in her book Nothing Outstanding that her philosophy translates into ordering pizza when needed, because & # 39; people have with you & # 39; & # 39; supposed to be fun & # 39; to be instead of entertaining & # 39; guests & # 39;

The columnist for the Good food has also shared her simple tips to create a & # 39; pizza party & # 39; to prevent them from feeling overwhelmed.

She suggested preparing the dough the day before, storing it in the fridge and putting it on a tray when your guests arrive.

& # 39; The idea that I would make a bread dough and leave it overnight so that it can develop flavor and texture for baking the following evening is really a great idea, & # 39; she said.

Advertisements

Instead of making a traditional pizza dough, Roman said she prefers to make her own fresh batch of focaccia – a flat Italian-baked bread – as the basis.

She said that focaccia offers a light, fluffy and crispy crust, just like a pizza crust.

& # 39; I am the master of my own destiny, I have spent some time cheating on the system and violating professional bakers everywhere, developing a focaccia that can be made in a few hours, & # 39; she said.

The columnist for Good Food also shared her simple tips to create a & # 39; pizza party & # 39; to prevent them from feeling overwhelmed

The columnist for Good Food also shared her simple tips to create a & # 39; pizza party & # 39; to prevent them from feeling overwhelmed

The columnist for Good Food also shared her simple tips to create a & # 39; pizza party & # 39; to prevent them from feeling overwhelmed

To & # 39; the ultimate pizza success & # 39; Roman said, "Always use less sauce, cheese, and toppings than you think."
Advertisements

To & # 39; the ultimate pizza success & # 39; Roman said, "Always use less sauce, cheese, and toppings than you think."

To & # 39; the ultimate pizza success & # 39; Roman said, "Always use less sauce, cheese, and toppings than you think."

Roman said the sauce can be prepared in 20 minutes, or you can keep it in the freezer for up to a month in advance.

For the toppings, she grates all cheeses, cuts the meat and chops all the vegetables – before putting the ingredients to the table.

& # 39; This encourages friends to cover their own fantasies with pizza & # 39 ;, she said.

Advertisements

She also said: don't be afraid to use products bought in the store, such as anchovies and a jar of peppers.

To & # 39; the ultimate pizza success & # 39; Roman said, "Always use less sauce, cheese, and toppings than you think."

& # 39; More is no longer here; in fact, more will result in a heavy, doughy, soaked soil! And bake it longer than you think: crispy crust, both edges and middle, is what we are looking for. & # 39;

. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) femail (t) food