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I made this tonight but modified it. Instead of 1 envelope savory herb with garlic soup mix, I used 2 1/2 tsp garlic powder and only 1/4 cup of parmesan cheese (no time to buy a new bottle). It was really yummy and my husband enjoyed it. The crust is thick enough but soft and very tasty! Thank you for the great recipe!

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pattygloria143 June 20, 2009

This was a fantastic recipe, and the pizza crust will be one of our favorites from now on! I actually put it in my bread machine, and it was so very easy. Made wonderful pizzas. Thanks for a keeper!!

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Dee in WI June 05, 2003

Really easy & delicious pizza crust! I'm not much of a baker, but the directions were perfect and it was quick to fix even kneading it by hand! Very well flavored! We made one of the crusts larger and put thin strips of string cheese all around the edge and folded the dough over it to make "cheese in the crust" and it turned out beautifully! The smaller crust I baked plain & popped in the freezer for a quick lunch some day! Thanks, Tish!!

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TnuSami June 16, 2006

One of my favorite dough recipes for pizza crust and stromboli! An incredible easy recipe I mix in my stand mixer. This dough smells heavenly three times over! Once while it's mixing. Again while it's rising and for the third time when it's cooking! Taste is perfect without being overpowered with spices. Terrific recipe.

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smoke alarm jr February 06, 2005

At first wasn't that impressed, it was good but not exceptional. Then I had the leftovers and was surprised to find that it actually reheated well. It's the first pizza crust I've found that reheats well. Most usally end up 'soggy' (for lack of a better term) and generally yuck when microwaved, so I end up tossing the crusts. I will have to reuse this recipe for this reason alone. Good the first time around and the second time too. Maybe I'll add more garlic or something to add to the flavor.

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kyoucat October 19, 2012

this dough was amazing. i used reg veg oil instead of olive oil and it worked well. then i have some garlic dipping oil from delallo i used to grease the bowl and pan. i needed the dough by hand too. it all came out perfect. thanks

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kpismpstp November 03, 2010

Very good crust! I actually didn't pay enough attention to the recipe when I started and didn't realize it made two crusts, so I popped the second one into the freezer. I'm hoping it comes out well! I used my breadmaker to mix the dough up as well.

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RSL May 31, 2009

Tried this last night and we LOVED it. The additions to the dough made the pizza delicious. thanks!

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Chef.Jules January 25, 2007
Garlic Parmesan Pizza Dough