I wanted to update my previous post in regards to the freezing of the dough before baking it. It worked great. I thawed the dough at room temp. Then pressed it in a pan and let it rise about an hour. This time I used the crust for taco pizza. Again, it was wonderful. Thanks.
I don't know if I measured some of the ingredients wrong or what, but when I had mixed all the ingredients for the crust together, the dough was still very sticky. I probably added 2 more cups of flour before the dough was not sticking to the bowl, my hands and the countertop. Anyway, it tastes very good, and I will make this again, just not expecting to use only 6 c. of flour. Also, I used 3 c. of bread flour (and 3 c. white flour of the original 6) since I needed to use it up.
This is the perfect clone for Boboli Pizza Crust! Thanks, KITTENCAL!
What a wonderful, perfect crust -- WOW. I used this recipe to make the crust for The Queen of Pizzas (Gourmet Shrimp Pizza) recipe 176323. I made it the night before, cooled and wrapped it in foil. The pizza was then assembled the next day and placed on a crisper to bake. The crust was crunchy and delcious. This is definitely a keeper in my book.
It seems everyone but me liked this pizza recipe. It seemed too tacky in which I kept needing to add flour. I also feel that it wasn't airy enough for me, a bit doughy. It was however one of the better crust recipes that I have tried, and believe me, I've tried a few. I think I will try this again, but increase and change the flour to bread flour and add a bit more spices.
I really love thick pizza crust and this is just what I was looking for. It turned out perfect and tasted wonderful!! Thanks KITTENCAL....
This was really good! My family generally prefers their crusts thin, but I like a nice thick crust and today I went with my favourite ;) I will be using this recipe again, thanks for posting!
Yum! I used this in a cheese mushroom pizza yesterday and froze the remaining dough in smaller portions for mini-pizzas when for when I don't have a bunch of people to feed! I used a bit of thyme, basil, and oregano.
This is an absolutely delicious tender pizza crust! I was very pleased with it and it smelled so good baking. I didn't have any thyme or rosemary on hand, so I added a little Italian seasoning. Thank you for posting. This is definitely a keeper for me!