How does one cook Korean pizza?
1. get bread- most likely plain white bread
2. put tomato sauce on this bread
3. spread mashed sweet potatoes. Yes, I did say sweet potatoes and yes I am aware that we are making pizza. Remember, this is Korean pizza.
4. sprinkle onions and bell peppers which are called paprika in this country. I don't know why.
5. cover in fake soy cheese which tastes like plastic.
6. place in oven and watch cook.
Honestly I was surprised that there was no corn. There is never a pizza in Korea without corn. Even cheese pizza has corn on it because obviously you didn't mean "just" cheese.
So how did our pizza making day go? It was a trial of patience, that is for sure. First of all the kids had to have their cute aprons on, because you must be dressed for every occasion.
And then came the problem of the counters being incredibly high. We had to find chairs that the kiddies could stand on so that they could make their pizza. Often times when they were given the job of spreading something, they actually knocked off the toppings so that they were no longer on the pizza but on the pan, but really that was to be expected.
How did the pizza turn out? I'm personally not a fan. Maybe that makes me a pizza snob, and if so, then so be it. But the kids had fun, and that was the point.
|In their cute aprons.|
|this has to be my favorite picture of the day. look at Jerrome's face!|
|eating the pizza|
|they think it is yummy.|
|and so does my Korean co-teacher. It is Korean pizza after all!|