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The Best Home Made Pizza in Penang

Delicious Meatless Homemade Pizza and Salad


Seriously this guy made really good pizza and salad. Really. I would say the best homemade pizza in Penang, much better than those in the restaurant.

Thanks Molly for inviting me over your place and it's such a pleasure to enjoy your hubby's super good homemade pizza and your homemade watermelon mints cocktail. And of course, a little talk with everyone.

Pesto Based Pizza


Pesto pizza with green capsicum, white onion. beech/shimeji mushroom and parmesan cheese. Stephen made a very good pesto with basil, garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper even without using any nuts. Ohh, my last making pesto was a year ago. I should start picking up the skills again!



From base to paste, all are homemade. I like the way Stephen makes pizza, a little touch of everything into perfection. It tastes so natural or I should say oh... it tastes organic! Many times when we bought pizza from Domino, Pizza Huts or any restaurant, the base of pizza are always too thick, too thin or too much of paste.


The right one has pumpkin in the pizza, yum! All the natural sweetness comes from pumpkin! 

Stephen cooked 3 pizza - pesto, pumpkin and tomato. Tomato one is not in the photo. He didn't use the ready made canned tomato paste because they are overpowered with too many herbs and spices. So do I don't like the ready made tomato paste. He used the canned tomato, peeled off the skin and blend with garlic, salt and pepper to make the paste for pizza. 



This salad is awesome with nutty pumpkin seed, natural caramelization of carrot, a few pinch of fresh dills and others green. 




As you can see, all the food was vegetarian, no meat. 

Vegetarian food can be as delicious. 

My next project : it's time to invest an oven and learn to make pizza.

Thanks for inspiring me some of the ideas in cooking. 










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