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Definitely the best crust ever! I didn't want to fuss with kneading and rising, so I searched for an ABM recipe and decided on this one...sure glad I did. My son, who rarely eats the outer edges, ate every crumb. It was soft and a bit chewy inside with a lightly crisp outside. I baked one in a cast iron skillet for a deep dish and the other on a regular pan. Topped with chicken alfredo toppings, we were in heaven! Thanks princess!

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DuChick July 23, 2009

These were perfect for the night I had a evening meeting at school. I made up a batch and divided it into three individual crusts instead of two. I prepped all of the toppings and left it with baking instructions. By the time I got home the family had eaten and they loved their individual made to order pizzas. Unfortunately, there were no leftovers so I warmed up some soup. I'll be making these again soon!

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kathy.hansen March 14, 2009

Excite recipe! I used one of the pizza doughs for making breadsticks and they were wonderful dipped in Papa John's Pizza Sauce and I used just enough of this sauce over the bottom of the other pizza dough. The crust was nice and thin and even crunchy. My toppings were Italian Sausage, onion, green bell pepper, black olives and fresh sliced mushrooms with Mozz. cheese. The baking time was right on for the temp being 450' as stated. I also used Italian Dressing Seasoning Dry Mix for the store brand Italian season as I keep this on hand at all times. This will be one of our favorite pizza crust from now on. THanks for sharing the recipe :)

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Marsha D. February 21, 2009

I was making pizza for mine and SO's dinner on 2/19/09, and need a crust so I decided to try this one. Since we only needed one crust, the recipe was cut in half.The ingredients were placed in my bread machine in this order,warm water ( 75 to 85 degrees), oil, minced garlic, and sugar. Then I added the italian seasoning and then first amount of parmesan cheese.The flour came next and two little wells were made one for the salt and the other for the yeast.As the machine was doing it's job,I placed my pizza stone in the oven then preheated to 450degrees.After the dough came out,I didn't bother with the second rising. I stretched the dough into a 12 inch circle,baked for about 10 minutes.Removed from oven and let cool to room temp. then added my toppings and baked for another 15 minutes.Turned out very nice, thanks for posting. "Keep Smiling :)"

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Chef shapeweaver � February 19, 2009

Yum Yum Yum. I made this, subbing in King Arthur's White Whole Wheat flour for about 1/3-1/2 of the white flour (OK, and I forgot the garlic). They (and by they I mean the 5 individual sized pizza crusts I made...could probably make 6) turned out great - and I've been eating it everyday; there's hardly any point in even freezing them...I'll eat them before they would go bad in the fridge!

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Georgiapea February 11, 2009

Seriously, this is an OUTSTANDING pizza crust. The garlic and herbs made it- not overpoweringly garlicky, but enough so to compliment the pizza perfectly. My crusts turned out rather puffy, not as pretty as the photo KC Cooker submitted, but still pretty normal-looking for pizza. The texture was light and fluffy, which gained the approval of my family, so I'll definitely be making it again. I never knew pizza was so easy to make!!! thanks for sharing!

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Lieutenant Ducky February 03, 2009

This got my family's approval! It was flavorful and easy. Only change I made was that I used the entire packet of yeast (2 1/4 tsp) because I was too lazy to measure it. No noticeable problem with that. Thanks for the recipe!

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pedspeech January 29, 2009

This is the best pizza dough ever! Like some others, I don't use a bread machine so I used rapid rise yeast and mixed it with the dry ingredients. Then I added cold water (because I forgot to warm it), the oil and garlic. I let it rise over a bowl of warm water, punched down, kneaded a few times and put on cooky sheets. I let it rest then stretched it out, let it rise a bit, poked it with a fork and baked it. I used one right away and froze the other. My husband said it is the absolute best ever. I agree!

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Hi-desertKath January 19, 2009

Excellent! I substituted dried basil, oregano and rosemary for the Italian spices, otherwise, made as directed. This will be my pizza crust from now on.

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Claudia Dawn January 11, 2009

Great! Worked really well for our family. I split it into three crusts.

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jane49423 December 06, 2008
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