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1 hrs 40 mins
I've eaten a few times at Pizza Uno, it's one of the few chain places I like because they have a good veggie burger with actual veggie sides! (And their peanut butter cup dessert thing is to die for.) As a New Yorker I know what really good pizza is and have so many wonderful independent pizzerias right in my own backyard, hence it'd be sinful for me to get pizza from a chain ;) But I'm posting this from my "Awesome Restaurant Recipes" e-book to share with those who'd like to recreate the dough at home to have with the sauce and toppings of their choice; the only thing I changed in the original recipe is to use canola or sunflower oil instead of vegetable oil since that's what I keep around due to nutritive properties. And I'm always trying homemade pizza recipes of all kinds and varying the recipes with different flours, oils additions, etc. I think this would be good subbing half wheat flour and adding some nutritional yeast and spices. What I found interesting about this recipe is that you don't proof the yeast with any type of sugar, and cornmeal in the actual dough instead of just sprinkling on the bottom. Of course, I'm including both bread machine and old school instructions.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (67 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12