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You Can Now Make This Devil May Cry Recipe In Real Life

The Devil May Cry series is renowned for a lot of elements, including its unique use of demonic settings and high-octane hack-and-slash combat mechanics. One of the series' lesser-appreciated elements is series protagonist Dante's affinity for pizza.

Fortunately for Devil May Cry fans, and just in time for Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition's release on the Sony's PS5, PlayStation Japan's official Twitter account posted a video illustrating how to make Dante's favorite pizza. The recipe is fairly straightforward and includes ingredients one would find in a standard pizza recipe, but the video alone is worth watching for the comedic commentary from Toshiyuki Morikawa, Dante's Japanese voice actor.

The dough for the pizza requires a mix of 250 grams of bread flour and 50 grams of cake flour in addition to 5 grams of salt, 6 grams of sugar, 3 grams of dry yeast, 2 teaspoons of olive oil, and 180cc of warm water. Once you've prepared and flattened the dough, let the mixture ferment for about an hour in an airtight container.

After the hour is up, take the dough out of the container and knead it, separating the dough into two balls. Let the mixture ferment for about 30 more minutes, and then spread a desired amount of tomato sauce on the dough and sprinkle with your preferred cheese, pepperoni, and sliced jalapeno peppers. The illustration video strongly clarifies that olives should not be added to the pizza.

The pizza needs to be baked for 12 minutes at 480°F, after which you can enjoy the Devil May Cry-inspired pizza creation. Of course, you can always opt to order a pizza from a local restaurant with the same toppings, but there is a sense of reward upon recreating a dish from a highly beloved series that serves the fan inside all gamers.

The Devil May Cry pizza recipe seems to be part of a broader gaming recipe series from PlayStation Japan's Twitter account. Previously, the account posted a video with a demonstration of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice's sweet rice ball recipe. Before that, the account posted a recipe of Persona 5's Leblanc Curry. Hopefully, for those who enjoy cooking, others will start to model signature recipes from video games, perhaps including some of Breath of the Wild or  Genshin Impact's more eclectic recipes, or some of the Fallout series' memorable food and beverage items, like Nuka-Cola or InstaMash.