Pizzabacken is the perfect way to spend a summer night in the Italian capital, with or without children.
A fun, relaxed family evening in the kitchen – and with plenty of delicious eats to share!
Our pizza backen in the Kuche experience is one of the most popular among our many fantastic baking experiences for kids. It’s a great chance to bond with your children and create some memories of your time in Rome, as they work together to make their very own pizzas.
Besides our myths and heroes tour, where you take your child to see the best of Rome’s famous sights and monuments, our other super trips around Rome include pizza making in our kitchen, pizza hunts at Villa Borghese or a treasure hunt with our friends Walter.
In our home we have a very nice wood burning stove, where we can cook and bake all sorts of things in the oven, from fresh bread to cakes and much more!
We’ve also got a very handy pizza stone that we use to bake the best possible pizza, which is so easy and quick!
The secret to this pizza is in the ingredients.
Our basic pizza recipe is simply a flaxseed flour (or spelt) dough with a neapolitan tomato sauce containing a bit of smoked olive oil and a generous helping of fresh tomatoes.
But that’s not all – we also use a lot of different spices, including garlic, oregano, paprika and chilli pepper. This gives our pizzas their special flavour – and the perfect kick to get you through your day in Rome!
As a seasoned chef, I know how important it is to choose the right equipment for your cooking. This is why I’ve put together this guide, which will help you decide which wood is the best for your pizza backen and how to use it effectively!