This made a really nice appetizer. I read the reviews and poured the batter on a preheated pizza stone and baked for 8 minutes and then topped with brushetta sauce (Trader Joes), some salami, sun dried tomatoes, mozarella balls, basil, mushrooms (already sauteed). Nice.
Definately cook the crust for 10-15 minutes first. I made the whole dough recipe & divided it in half to make 2 pizzas since I was using a smaller cast iron skillet. Heated the skillet first, then sprayed with nonstick spray, added half the dough & baked. Then added the toppings in regular pizza order. Family loved it! But the crust must be cooked first or will be "doughy" or "eggy" and not crispy.
This was really good and easy to make! Perfect for pizza night with my DSs; they do not like a lot of sauce or topping on their pizza, but love the cheese so I was able to adjust the amounts to their likings. I made the crust as directed and used diced ham and pineapple tidbits for the topping. Will be making this again! Made for Best of 2010 Cookbook Tag.
A friend of mine has recently developed a yeast allergy, so we tried this yeast-free crust, and it was awesome! I probably won't ever bother with making a regular crust again, since this was so easy and so good. We skipped step 5 (placing the toppings directly on the crust) because she wanted them on top of the cheese, like traditional pizza. We used Roma tomatoes and pepperoni instead of sausage/beef, onions, and mushrooms.
Delicious and easy to tailor to taste. I made it in my 9 x 13" Pyrex dish and it made a nice, slightly chewy crust. I also sauteed the mushrooms first and then followed the recipe as posted. Very tasty!
Fast, easy and tastes great! I did cook crust for 5 minutes before adding toppings as others suggested. Thanks for a great recipe!
Wonderful recipe. I messed up on the crust somehow, but that certainly won't stop me from making this again. We live out in the boonies, where pizza delivery simply does not exist. I topped with pepperoni, mushrooms and onions, and divided the dough between two pie plates. Based on other reviews, I prebaked the dough for 10 minutes, then another 15 after the toppings were added. Thanks Karen :)
I wanted to make a breakfast pizza but I didn't have any crust, quick or ready made... and no yeast, so my choices were limited... so, early in the morning I found your recipe, was extremely skeptical but got high praises. I did omit the oregano for the breakfast pizza, pre-baked it for 10 minutes at 350 and then added country gravy, bacon, sausage and scrambled eggs and cheese.. and WOW! I doubled the recipe as the kids had friends over.... I am sure they will be coming over again! 5 complete stars! Thanks Karen
Oh boy, was I pleasantly surprised. Never make pizza at home because I don't want to mess w/the crust. I used 1/4 c of wheat flour instead of all white flour, added fresh basil in the crust. Only had egg beaters, so I had to use those in place of the eggs. The sky is the limit on ingredients here. I sauted some onions and green and red bell peppers along with a can of mushrooms. My meat was turkey bacon and pepperoni. I made my own pizza sauce from a can of tomato sauce and topped it with an italian cheese blend. I served it with a sprinkle of crushed red pepper flakes and parmesean. My dh then adds his favorite topping of worchestershire (salsa ingles s/p?) Thanks for this keeper. I will be passing this along to my pizza loving friends.
What a fun pizza recipe! This was perfect for our "pizza-and-a-movie" night. I'll definately be making this again soon.