Ghost Pizza

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How to Make Ghost Pizza at Poki Games Online
Ghost pizza is a classic pizza recipe that's perfect for Halloween. It's easy to make and delicious. You can use premade pizza dough or homemade, but either way you can get a tasty pizza to serve during the holiday.

To start, you'll need pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and black olives. For the mozzarella, you can cut it into ghost shapes using a cookie cutter or a paring knife. Then, you'll stir it in with the pepperoni. If you're making a large pizza, you'll also want to add some dried oregano or red pepper flakes.

Next, place the pizza dough on a lightly floured surface. Roll out the dough to a thickness of about 1/4-inch. Place the dough on a rimmed baking sheet or on a pizza peel. Add 1 tablespoon of sauce on the top of the dough. Spread the sauce out evenly. Set the baking dish on a pizza stone or oven rack. Bake at 220 degC/425 degF for about 15 minutes. After the 15 minutes, you'll add the remaining pizza sauce.

When the pizza is cooked, remove it from the oven. Then, spread a thin layer of marinara sauce on the dough. Sprinkle with cheese and red pepper flakes. Place a few of the black olives on the pizza, too. Then, tuck the rest of the olives into the pizza dip. Finally, you'll top the pizza with the ghostly mozzarella.

Before you add the ghosts, however, you'll need to sour cream and half a cup of pizza sauce. Next, you'll cut the mozzarella into 1/8-inch-thick slabs. Make sure you're working with a sharp and sturdy metal cutter. However, you can also use a plastic cutter. A chopstick can be helpful, too.

Once you've sliced the mozzarella, you'll want to press it into a hole in the green olive slices. You can also cut the olives into half-moons, too. These are great for adding a mouth and nose to your ghosts.

Using a spoon or a chopstick, gently nudge the cheese back into place. You can even put a straw in there to punch out the eyes. But, you'll want to be careful to avoid too much cheese. Just like with the mozzarella, too much will make your ghosts cloudy.

Once the pizza is topped with mozzarella ghosts, you'll have a delicious, ghoulish, Halloween dinner. Perfect for a festive weeknight meal or a packed lunch for the next day.

You can add other vegetable toppings to your ghost pizza to create even more spooky designs. If you're looking for a more traditional, traditional pizza, you might consider putting chicken on the bottom, too. Whether you're preparing a meal for yourself or the entire family, a Halloween-themed pizza will be a hit. Whether you choose to prepare the entire meal at home or have it delivered, ghost pizza is a fun dinner idea that's perfect for any Halloween party.

As for the restaurant side, Ghost Pizza Kitchen has three locations in Los Angeles and is projecting five more in the next two years. Unlike other pizza restaurants, these concepts focus on takeout rather than dine-in. They are also called "cloud" restaurants or virtual restaurants. While they aren't a traditional pizza restaurant, they are positioned to have a huge impact on the restaurant industry.

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