I used the half amount of this daugh as pizza dough and the other 2 quarts for flatbreads as described.Using it for pizza I prepared the dough, baked 5 minutes, topped and baked other 12 minutes until mozzarella melted and bread was light brown.
Both versions very good, I liked the structure (I uesd very finely grounded yellow cornmeal as for tortillas) very much as all my family did.
I will use this recipe again for sure!
I loved this recipe Nancy. It was so quick and easy to make. With absolutely terrific results. The bread was excellent, crisp, tender and delicious. I made 1/2 a batch, it was perfect for the two of us. I made them plain with a little coarse sea salt. They were wonderful served with meatball and cabbage casserole and equally as wonderful the next day served with your strawberry and avocado salsa. Thanks for sharing another winner. Made FYC 2015.
This was so easy to make and delicious to boot!
Is this good or what? What? What? I can't hear youuuuuuu. (Slightly sweet from the cornmeal, soft interior and crispy exterior in a most rusticy fashion that may be used as a hearty bread or as a blank canvass for a variety of toppings.) Okay, now let us resume that conversation. Made for Everyday Is A Holiday.