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As mentioned in my other GF pizza dough recipe (Gluten-Free Pizza (Hertzberg & Francois Olive Oil Bread) #402987), this is from "Healthy Bread in 5 Minutes a Day" by Jeff Hertzberg & Zoe Francois. They seem to favor their olive bread recipe for pizza, but I've found both outstanding. There are a couple of things that set this apart from other pizza dough recipes: this is a no-knead recipe, so it's easy on your hands (especially important if you also have arthritis) and it can be refrigerated for use in other recipes (bread, crackers) for about 7 days. I don't have experience in freezing it, but will update this later with info (or perhaps other zaar readers can comment ...). This recipe makes enough dough for 8 12-14" pizzas -- you need about 1/2 pound per pizza. Doing a little math, if you want 3" mini-pizzas (the size of a bagel or English muffin), you'll get about 16 mini-pizzas from a 1/2 pound lump of dough ... or about 128 from a full recipe! According to Jeff and Zoe, this recipe is easily doubled or halved. The prep time is estimated assuming you have made the dough previously (i.e, it is refrigerated and you are starting at step 9). If you are making the dough from scratch for immediate use (i.e., starting from step 1), the prep time is about 2 1/2 hours additional, of which only 1/2 hour is active chef prep. The nutritional analysis is for the dough only and doesn't include the pizza toppings.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (24 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 64
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