Perfect Homemade Margherita Pizza (2022)

This margherita pizza recipe tastes like a woodfired pie from Italy! It stars a flavor-popping pizza sauce and perfectly chewy pizza crust.

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You can get fancy with pizza toppings, but let’s face it. The ultimate pie is the pristine and simple the Pizza Margherita. Stretchy mozzarella cheese, tangy tomatoes, and peppery basil are all piled on a chewy charred crust. We’ve spent years researching authentic Italian pizza, traveling to the birthplace of pizza, Naples Italy, and interviewing experts. And now we’re sharing it with you! Here are the secrets to making the best margherita pizza on the planet.

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What is margherita pizza?

What’s the origin of this popular pizza topping? Invented in the 1800s, pizza margherita showcases the colors of the Italian flag: red from the tomato sauce, white from the mozzarella, and green from the basil. Widespread belief is that the margherita is named after Queen Margherita of Savoy, an Italian queen in the 1800’s.

How to pronounce margherita pizza? It sounds essentially like margarita (which incidentally is a common misspelling). With an proper Italian accent, it sounds like pit-za mar-geh-REE-ta.

Is it easy to make margherita pizza? First you’ll need a few tools and tips. To get that authentic Italian crispy-on-the-outside crust, you need to bake it at a very high temperature. The key? A blazing hot pizza stone. Here are the tools you’ll need to make truly great pie:

  • Pizza stone: This is what makes the crust crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Here’s the pizza stone we recommend, and a bit more on how to care for it.
  • Pizza peel: A peel is a paddle used to slide a pie onto the hot stone in the oven. We recommend this standard pizza peel or this conveyor pizza peel. The conveyor makes it incredibly easy to slide onto the stone (it’s worth the investment).
  • Pizza oven (optional): Do you need a pizza oven? Not at all! But if you really want to step up your game, artisan pizza is cooked at temperatures way hotter than your standard oven can achieve. Here’s the Ooni pizza oven we use: it’s relatively inexpensive and heats to 1000 degrees Fahrenheit in just 10 minutes.
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How to make pizza dough

Great margherita pizza needs a great dough. Alex and I have been working on our recipe for over 10 years. These dough recipes incorporate tips from some of the premiere pizza chefs in America, who themselves have studied the pizza in Naples. Here’s what to know:

  • Use the best pizza dough recipe! Here are two options:
    • Master Recipe: Pizza Dough is the absolute best method. You can make it using a stand mixer or your own two hands.
    • Easy Thin Crust Pizza is similar, but you’ll roll it out thinner with a rolling pin.
  • For next level dough, use Tipo 00 flour. The best flour is Tipo 00: it’s what Neapolitan pizza restaurants use. It makes for a beautiful, supple and fluffy dough. We buy our Tipo 00 flour online. All-purpose flour also works well, so it’s not required!

The margherita pizza toppings

What’s on a margherita pizza? The traditional margherita pizza ingredients are mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce, and basil. Because the toppings are so simple, they must be top quality. Here are the secrets to the best margherita pizza toppings:

  • Tomatoes: Make our 5-minute margherita pizza sauce and prepare to be amazed! It’s made with canned fire roasted tomatoes, which have a sweeter flavor than most. They’re easily available at most US grocery stores. Or substitute the highest quality canned tomato you can find (look for San Marzano if possible).
  • Cheese: What’s the best mozzarella for pizza? Use fresh mozzarella cheese, the kind sold in balls, then cut it into small pieces for overall coverage (see below). A light topping of grated Parmesan cheese adds complexity.
  • Basil: Using fresh basil is key. Add it after baking your pizza in the oven so that it will stay green—otherwise it turns black!

It takes a little bit of practice, but you’ll be making homemade margherita pizza in no time! And you can put your know-how to use in our other favorite pizza recipes, too.

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The most classic homemade pizza, this margherita pizza recipe features a tangy pizza sauce, gooey mozzarella, and a perfect chewy pizza crust.

For the pizza dough

  • 1 ball Best Pizza Dough (or Food Processor Doughor Thin Crust Dough)
  • Semolina flour or cornmeal, for dusting the pizza peel

For the pizza sauce

  • 1 small garlic clove (1/2 medium)
  • 15 ounces crushed fire roasted tomatoes or high quality organic canned tomatoes
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • ½ teaspoon dried oregano
  • Scant ½ teaspoon kosher salt

For the toppings

  • 1/4 to 1/3 cup pizza sauce
  • ¾ cup shredded mozzarella cheese or 2 to 3 ounces fresh mozzarella cheese
  • Parmesan cheese, for topping
  • Fresh basil leaves, for garnish
  1. Make the pizza dough: Follow theBest Pizza Dough recipe to prepare the dough. (This takes about 15 minutes to make and 45 minutes to rest.)
  2. Place a pizza stone in the oven and preheat to 500°F. OR preheat your pizza oven (here’s the pizza oven we use).
  3. Make the pizza sauce: Cut the garlic into a few rough pieces. Place the garlic, tomatoes, olive oil, oregano and kosher salt in a blender. Blend until fully combined. (You’ll use about ⅓ cup for the pizza; reserve the remaining sauce and refrigerate for up to 1 week.)
  4. Prepare the cheese:If using fresh mozzarella cheese, slice it into ¼ inch thick pieces (see the photos of the pre-baked pizza above). If it’s incredibly watery fresh mozzarella (all brands vary), you may want to let it sit on a paper towel to remove moisture for about 15 minutes then dab the mozzarella with the paper towel to remove any additional moisture.
  5. Bake the pizza: When the oven is ready, dust a pizza peel with cornmeal or semolina flour. (If you don’t have a pizza peel, you can use a rimless baking sheet or the back of a rimmed baking sheet. But a pizza peel is well worth the investment!) Stretch the dough into a circle; seeHow to Stretch Pizza Doughfor instructions. Then gently place the dough onto the pizza peel.
  6. Spread a thin layer of the pizza sauce over the dough, using about ¼ to ⅓ cup. Add the mozzarella cheese. Top with a thin layer of fresh grated Parmesan cheese and a few pinches of kosher salt.
  7. Use the pizza peel to carefully transfer the pizza onto the preheated pizza stone. Bake the pizza until the cheese and crust are nicely browned, about 5 to 7 minutes in the oven (or 1 minute in a pizza oven).
  8. Allow the pizza to cool for a minute or two before adding the basil on top (whole leaves, lightly torn, or thinly sliced). Slice into pieces and serve immediately.
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  • Category: Main Dish
  • Method: Baked
  • Cuisine: Italian

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Margherita pizza FAQ

Got more questions? Here are a few more facts about this tasty Italian pie:

What are the Margherita pizza nutrition facts? Is it healthy?

Is Margherita pizza healthy? We wouldn’t call it a health food. But because the toppings are minimal and the crust is fairly thin, it’s healthier than other types: especially delivery. You might be surprised to find that this margherita pizza is just 100 calories per slice. For the full nutrition facts, scroll down to the recipe below.

Is Margherita pizza vegan?

Nope. But there is an Italian vegan topping topping called pizza marinara: it’s pizza without cheese, just garclicky tomato sauce on top. Another option is this Best Vegan Pizza recipe, topped with loads of veggies.

What is pizza napoletana margherita?

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This just refers to Neapolitan-style pizza, the classic style in Naples, Italy. Got to our Neapolitan Style Pizza Recipe.

Can you make a margherita pizza with no sauce?

No. We’re purists over here, so our position is that if there’s no sauce, it’s not margherita. Pizza without sauce is traditionally called white pizza or pizza bianca.

Can I make margherita pizza soup instead?

That’s an interesting question: and yes! We have a few soups that we endearingly call pizza soup: try our Tomato Basil Gnocchi Soup or Tuscan White Bean Soup.

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More homemade pizza recipes

Outside of this one, here are a few more of our favorite homemade pizza recipes:

  • Pesto Pizza
  • Spinach Artichoke Pizza
  • Homemade Cheese Pizza
  • Mexican Pizza
  • Breakfast Pizza with Scrambled Egg
  • Best Ever Taco Pizza
  • Neapolitan Style Pizza

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FAQs

How do you make Margherita pizza not soggy? ›

You could also place the tomato slices in a container with pieces of absorbent paper or towels between each layer. This helps to draw a good deal of the moisture out of the tomato before it even gets onto the pizza, thus reducing the amount of water that's released during baking.

What are the three ingredients of the Pizza Margherita? ›

Pizza margherita, as the Italians call it, is a simple pizza hailing from Naples. When done right, margherita pizza features a bubbly crust, crushed San Marzano tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella and basil, a drizzle of olive oil, and a sprinkle of salt. That is all.

Why is my Margherita pizza watery? ›

As fresh mozzarella is a soft cheese meant to be eaten fresh, this cheese has a very high moisture content. This is because it contains up to 50% water, which means that fresh mozzarella can sometimes be very watery.

What are the ingredients of the Margherita pizza topping? ›

Pizza Margherita (pronounced mahr-geh-ree-tah) is basically a Neapolitan pizza, typically made with tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, garlic, fresh basil, and extra-virgin olive oil. I think of it as a sophisticated version of your basic cheese pizza and also a wonderful Caprese salad, but with a crust.

What temperature do you cook a homemade pizza? ›

Bake pizza in the 475°F oven, one at a time, until the crust is browned and the cheese is golden, about 10 to 15 minutes. If you want, toward the end of the cooking time you can sprinkle on a little more cheese.

How do I make my pizza crust crispy? ›

The most important part of crispy pizza is baking. To get the crispiest result, you have to increase the temperature. You need both a higher oven temperature to bake the top of the pizza and a hot baking surface to bake the bottom of the pizza.

Why is Margherita pizza so good? ›

Margherita pizza is known for its ingredients representing the colours of the Italian flag. These ingredients include red tomato sauce, white mozzarella and fresh green basil. When all of these delicious flavours are combined on a hand-kneaded pizza base, a universally-adored pizza is created.

What makes a Margherita pizza different? ›

A genuine Margherita is made with tomato, sliced mozzarella, basil and extra-virgin olive oil. The sliced mozzarella is laid on the tomato sauce base and melted, then fresh basil is sprinkled over the top. It's a far tastier version than our own insipid and greasy frozen pizzas.

Why is it called Margherita? ›

Margherita pizza gets its name from Queen Margherita of Savoy, who was the Queen consort of Umberto I. It was once during her visit to Naples that the dish came into being. The story goes that the Queen was tired of eating French food all the time, as it was the cuisine of choice among the European royalty.

How do you tell if a pizza is done? ›

A well-browned and crispy crust will be an indication of a pizza that is done. The crust will get crispy during the last one to two minutes of baking. In addition, the cheese should be fully melted.

What is the best cheese for pizza? ›

What is the best melting cheese for pizza? The undisputed king of meltiness for cheese toppings is mozzarella. Classic mozzarella has the ideal balance of moisture, elasticity, and fat content for meltability.

What kind of mozzarella is best for pizza? ›

For Italian pizza, fresh mozzarella is the best choice. High moisture content and meltability, combined with the mild creamy flavor make fresh mozzarella perfect for pizza made in a wood-fired oven. For typical American-style pizza low-moisture mozzarella is a good option.

Does Margherita pizza have tomatoes on it? ›

Also referred to as “Pizza Margherita”, this is a Neapolitan variety of pizza. Traditionally, this Pizza is made with San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, fresh basil, salt, and extra-virgin olive oil.

Is Margherita pizza healthy? ›

Is margherita pizza healthy? Margherita pizza is a healthier pizza option since there are minimal toppings. The dough is rolled out so that the crust is thin, and you top it with a very light layer of cheese.

Does Margherita pizza have cheese? ›

What Is A Margherita Pizza? A traditional Neapolitan Margherita pizza recipe is tomato sauce with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella cheese and basil which represent the colours of the Italian flag – white cheese, green basil and red tomato.

How long do you cook homemade pizza at 450? ›

How Long Does Homemade Pizza Take To Cook At 450°F? The average amount of time it takes to cook a homemade pizza in a 450-degree oven is 10 to 15 minutes. Make sure to put the oven rack in the middle so that the pizza cooks evenly.

How many minutes do you bake a pizza? ›

Baking pizza on a regular home oven at around 450-500F should be done in about 10-15 minutes. Even if the oven is preheated, the cooking time will vary depending on the size and thickness of the dough. You can also rotate your pizza once or twice to ensure equal cooking.

How long do you keep a homemade pizza in the oven? ›

Although every oven is different and needs different kinds of attention, you can make a delicious pizza at 350 or 400 degrees. It will take around 15-20 minutes for an oven to finish baking a pizza. To understand that it's cooked perfectly, see if the crust is golden brown and some bits of cheese will be overcooked.

Should you pre-bake homemade pizza crust? ›

It's absolutely essential to pre-bake the dough for 5-6 minutes before adding your toppings. Once you've added Pizza Sauce and all your toppings, return it to the oven to finish baking! This will result in a crust that holds on it's own and is crispy on the outside, and soft and airy on the inside.

What happens if you don't pre-bake pizza dough? ›

I'd say yes, you should! If you don't pre-bake pizza crust, you'll end up with a crust that has a soggy bottom. Pre-baking pizza dough ensures that the crust will continue to bake and crisp up and the cheese will melt without burning.

Does olive oil make pizza dough crispy? ›

Drizzle a bit of extra virgin olive oil onto the edge of the dough to give it a crispier crust.

How Should a Margherita pizza taste? ›

Super thick cheese. Tastes like fresh mozzarella. Sauce is sweet and tangy, more of a marinara/pasta sauce flavor. Crust is great and has those Neapolitan-esque burnt bubbles.

What is the difference between Neapolitan and Margherita pizza? ›

What is the difference between Neapolitan and Margherita pizza? Neapolitan pizza can have a wide variety of toppings and variations. Of these, Pizza Margherita is by far the most well known. Pizza Margherita traditionally consists of tomatoes, sliced mozzarella, basil, and extra virgin olive oil.

What is the story behind Margherita pizza? ›

According to the popular legend, the pizza Margherita was invented in 1889 by Raffaele Esposito, chef at Pizzeria Brandi. The pizza was allegedly created in honor of Italy's unification, with the three toppings—basil, mozzarella, and tomato—respectively representing the green, white, and red of the Italian flag.

How do you say Margherita pizza in Italian? ›

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Who eats Margherita pizza? ›

The Only Thing Italians Consider 'Pizza'

In all of Italy and in most of the world, margherita pizza is number one. The original pizza was first made in Naples and then shared throughout the major cities of Italy. Eventually, it became the basis of pizza everywhere.

What is the difference between marinara and Margherita? ›

Until today, there exist pizzerias in Naples who serve only two kinds: the “marinara” and the “margherita.” The marinara is made with oregano scented marinara sauce of course, while the margherita, invented in 1889 in honor of Queen Margherita of Savoy, is graced by tomato sauce, mozzarella, and fresh basil.

Who invented pizza? ›

Specifically, baker Raffaele Esposito from Naples is often given credit for making the first such pizza pie. Historians note, however, that street vendors in Naples sold flatbreads with toppings for many years before then.

Who made the first Margherita pizza? ›

One popular account dates the invention of Pizza Margherita to 1889 and a Neapolitan pizza maker named Raffaele Esposito who wanted to honor the visit to Naples by Queen Margherita of Savoy and her husband, King Umberto I.

Where is pizza really from? ›

Flatbreads with toppings were consumed by the ancient Egyptians, Romans and Greeks. (The latter ate a version with herbs and oil, similar to today's focaccia.) But the modern birthplace of pizza is southwestern Italy's Campania region, home to the city of Naples.

Why is my pizza raw in the middle? ›

What are the common reasons for pizza dough being undercooked? The first reason that your pizza dough might be undercooked is due to a cooking temperature that is simply too low. Another reason is that you may not have cooked the pizza for long enough.

Do you poke holes in pizza dough? ›

Roll into the desired shape, creating the crust you desire as well. Bake as your recipe calls for, OR: using a fork, poke holes across the inside of the crust. Bake at 475°F for 5-7 minutes, add toppings, and then continue to bake until cheese is melted and crust is golden brown, usually an additional 10-12 minutes.

Why is my pizza still doughy? ›

Doughy pizza caused by low heat

Even if your pizza dough is properly proved, a low temperature oven can lead to a doughy pizza. The high temperature of a pizza oven creates an effect called “oven spring”. This is where the dough rises as it cooks. The higher the heat of the oven, the more the dough rises.

What sauce is used on pizza? ›

Pizza sauce is typically made with plain tomato sauce or pureed tomatoes and tomato paste, causing it to be a thicker consistency than pasta sauce. The thicker sauce prevents the dough from getting too soggy while the pizza cooks.

How do I stop my pizza from going watery with mozzarella? ›

Quick Fixes. Since fresh mozzarella retains at least 52 percent water, it will benefit from a bit of drying time. Instead of slicing the mozzarella and immediately adding the cheese, set the slices on a paper or tea towel to absorb excess moisture; let them rest for at least 15 minutes.

How do you keep cheese from burning on pizza? ›

To prevent the cheese from burning on your pizza, avoid using thick toppings on your pie. Those toppings won't cook evenly, which causes the crust to burn. Instead, thinly slice them or chop them up before adding them to the pie. Saute them before adding them to the pizza.

What cheese do pizza restaurants use? ›

The most popular cheeses used in the preparation of pizza are mozzarella (accounting for about 30%), provolone, cheddar and Parmesan. Emmental, Romano and ricotta are often used as toppings, and processed pizza cheeses manufactured specifically for pizza are mass-produced.

How much mozzarella do you put on a pizza? ›

When making a standard 12-inch pizza, you'll want to use about 8oz or one small package of mozzarella cheese. This will be enough the to cover the surface area of the pizza generously without too many gaps being present.

What tomatoes are best for pizza? ›

The Best Tomatoes for Pizza

Italian Plum tomatoes are truly ideal for making a great pizza sauce. Actually, the best tomatoes for pizza sauce is considered to be San Marzano Tomatoes . Grown in the region of San Marzano Italy and cultivated on hillsides with Mt. Vesuvius' soil.

Do you cook basil on Margherita Pizza? ›

It's traditional to put the basil leaves on the pizza before baking, and it bakes with the rest of the pizza. But Franco Pepe at Pepe in Grani puts fresh basil on his margherita after it is baked, and so do others I admire. I like it both ways.

What pizza is healthiest? ›

“Choose thin crust versus thick crust or even stuffed crust to help reduce the total calories and sodium,” says Kimberlain. One slice of a small thin-crust pizza with no cheese has 141 calories and 282 mg sodium, according to the USDA.

What is the number 1 healthiest food in the world? ›

So, having scoured the full list of applicants, we have crowned kale as the number 1 healthiest food out there. Kale has the widest range of benefits, with the fewest drawbacks when stacked up against its competitors.

Which is healthier burger or pizza? ›

Compared to burgers, pizzas have higher amounts of calories, carbs, saturated fats, and sodium. But also reasonable amounts of protein, iron, calcium, and other minerals and vitamins. Burgers have higher amounts of cholesterol and sugars compared to pizzas. Burgers also have higher protein and calcium content.

What are the three ingredients of the Pizza Margherita? ›

Pizza margherita, as the Italians call it, is a simple pizza hailing from Naples. When done right, margherita pizza features a bubbly crust, crushed San Marzano tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella and basil, a drizzle of olive oil, and a sprinkle of salt. That is all.

What is cheese pizza called in Italy? ›

Margherita

Is there meat in Margherita pizza? ›

A traditional Margherita pizza is made with tomatoes (whole or crushed), a little bit of cheese, and fresh basil on the top. This is a meaty spin on that classic pizza with the addition of just a little bit of pepperoni and salami.

How do you fix soggy pizza? ›

To save your soggy pizza, you need to get rid of excess moisture by baking the pizza longer. So if your pizza is too soggy, palace it back in the oven and let it bake for a few more minutes. If you use a pizza stone or steel, you can let this reheat for 10-15 minutes before you place the pizza back in the oven.

What is the difference between a margarita pizza and a regular pizza? ›

Margherita Pizza Vs.

Although a Margherita pizza is technically a cheese pizza, a 'regular cheese pizza' is a more basic meal with just tomato sauce topped with cheese. Typically a cheese pizza will also use mozzarella but other cheeses such as parmesan may also be mixed in the toppings.

How do you make pizza dough crispy without a pizza stone? ›

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Should you bake pizza crust before adding toppings? ›

It's absolutely essential to pre-bake the dough for 5-6 minutes before adding your toppings. Once you've added Pizza Sauce and all your toppings, return it to the oven to finish baking! This will result in a crust that holds on it's own and is crispy on the outside, and soft and airy on the inside.

How do I make sure the bottom of my pizza is cooked? ›

The best way to fix undercooked pizza is to lower the temperature down to about 350 and move the oven rack down to the lowest notch. Then, cook for an additional 3 minutes. If the bottom is golden brown, it is done. If not, keep cooking the pizza in 3-minute increments until it is done.

Should I cook tomatoes before putting on pizza? ›

Your best bet is to oven dry your tomatoes a bit. This will remove some of the moisture which will mean no puddles on your pizza and more intense tomato flavor. Slice your tomatoes as you would like them, then put them on a baking sheet.

Why is Margherita pizza so good? ›

Margherita pizza is known for its ingredients representing the colours of the Italian flag. These ingredients include red tomato sauce, white mozzarella and fresh green basil. When all of these delicious flavours are combined on a hand-kneaded pizza base, a universally-adored pizza is created.

Does a Margherita pizza have cheese? ›

Pizza Margherita (more commonly known in English as Margherita pizza) is a typical Neapolitan pizza, made with San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, fresh basil, salt, and extra-virgin olive oil.

Does Margherita pizza have tomatoes on it? ›

Also referred to as “Pizza Margherita”, this is a Neapolitan variety of pizza. Traditionally, this Pizza is made with San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, fresh basil, salt, and extra-virgin olive oil.

What temperature do you cook pizza without a pizza stone? ›

Heat the oven to 475°F. Preheating the pans in this way will allow the pizza to cook from the ambient heat in the oven but will allow the crust to become crispy from contact with the hot pan, similar to using a pizza stone.

Why is my homemade pizza watery? ›

As mentioned the most common causes of an undercooked pizza are watery ingredients and the use of too many toppings. It can also be caused by cooking your pizza at the incorrect temperature for an insufficient amount of time.

Should I preheat my pizza pan? ›

Follow this tip: For a perfect crust with a gloriously crispy bottom, the key is preheating or prepping your preferred cookware. If you're using a pizza stone, it should be preheated in a hot oven for at least 20 minutes.

Should I cook veggies before putting on pizza? ›

Not pre-cooking your toppings

Because pizza cooks at such high temperatures, it's tempting to just allow your toppings to cook directly on the crust. This is fine for most veggies, but never take the chance with meat. Make sure to cook all meats and even tougher veggies like broccoli ahead of time.

What kind of mozzarella is best for pizza? ›

For Italian pizza, fresh mozzarella is the best choice. High moisture content and meltability, combined with the mild creamy flavor make fresh mozzarella perfect for pizza made in a wood-fired oven. For typical American-style pizza low-moisture mozzarella is a good option.

What vegetables are good for pizza? ›

Some other ideas include: zucchini or yellow squash, bell peppers, corn, broccoli, tomatoes or sun dried tomatoes, eggplant, greens (spinach, kale, or arugula). And I always finish my pizza with fresh basil, crushed red pepper flakes, and a little Parmesan cheese. You could also add a little drizzle of balsamic glaze.

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