6 Reviews

This is a decent dough, but I think I'm going to keep looking for one I fall in love with. It just didn't have anything "extra special" about it. Also, I'd love to find a recipe you could whip up without the hour wait.

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Baking Bunny December 20, 2010

This is the best homemade pizza crust I have tried so far very easy to put together and to work with also thank you for posting will make again and again

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Chef Laurachingo October 31, 2010

Great recipe for pizza dough!! Nice flavor and very easy to work with, even for a super thin and crispy type of crust. I made 1/4 of the recipe and then divided that into two balls, used one to make an individual pizza and froze the other ball for another pizza in the future. I used my baking stone and forgot to get it hot prior to baking the pizza, so the crust wasn't done enough when the topping was so I took the pizza off of the stone and added it directly to the rack in the oven. I tented the top with foil, so it didn't get burnt while crust was cooking, but the cheese stuck to it, so I didn't bother taking photo's. Thanks for sharing the recipe which I will now use from here on out. Made for PRMR tag game.

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diner524 August 14, 2010

I made it in my bread machine. I needed almost the 3 cups of flour. I was adding a little bit at a time. So maybe I used 2 3/4 cup of flour. DH rolled it and he didn't have problem with it. The crust was crunchy and inside was moist. So good. Thanks Pink :) Made for Holiday tag game

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Boomette June 27, 2010

Holy Moses! Now, I don't remember him personally because I wasn't there, but I'm sure he'd love this, too. Made for PRMR.

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gailanng June 22, 2010

I have made this many times, and it is a perfect recipe for pizza crust. It makes a wonderful deep dish pizza. If you want a thin crust, simply omit the yeast and roll it thin. Perfect Every Time!

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DJBiker April 04, 2010
Bea's Pizza Dough