We are happy to say hello to you again. Today, with pleasure, we offer to cook pizza together and it will be potato pizza in a pan. I am sure that for many this cooking option is not classic and even possible. On the other hand, making pizza is quick and easy. But there is one more thing - the result is not quite pizza, but rather something similar to a large potato pancake or even a Hungarian Kremzlyk. We decided to call the resulting masterpiece precisely potato pizza, and you will find out why a little later. In the meantime, an excursion into history.
Before starting the story, I would like to note that today pizza is the favorite dish of almost 80% of the world's population. Whether this fact applies to potato-based pizza is not yet clear. Moreover, potato pizza in a pan and its recipe, in principle, do not belong to traditional options and nevertheless have the right to life. Traditional dough pizza is most popular in Europe and America, but the so-called improved versions are more revered in Eastern Europe.
Thus, it is obvious that pizza gained its wild popularity due to the variety of recipes and ease of preparation. Traditionally, it is considered an Italian dish and its history is truly rooted in the depths of centuries. The ancient Egyptians, for example, baked thin flat cakes on stones, and the Greeks learned to add various fillings to them. And only by the 16th century, pizza acquired its modern look with the appearance of tomatoes in Europe, without which it is simply impossible to imagine pizza. And already in the 17th century, pizza became very common and famous in Italy, starting from there its triumphant march around the world. But our hero today is potato pizza and we will learn its recipe right now.
In principle, I am not a supporter of fried and especially fatty. This pizza is both. And therefore, I can only recommend potato pancake pizza only infrequently and only for pleasure and to those who love pancakes. What can you say about such dishes? Let's cook something together. It will be fun and interesting. Your HozoBoz!