This recipe was so easy, and made such a wonderful chewy (but not too!) crust. Love that it incorporates some whole wheat, and it was very flavorful. Definitely a keeper.
I did this by hand and added a pinch of sugar to my yeast/water combo. After mixing the oil, yeast/water combo to the dry ingredients ( I set a bit of flour aside for working with the dough), I let it rest (about 10 minutes). Kneaded it a few minutes and divided it in 3 pieces. I let it rest covered for about 15 minutes and worked it into 3 10" individual pizzas for my kids! A hit for sure!! thanks
I thought this had a good flavour and was the perfect texture for pizza crust. I made it by hand and found that I only needed two and a half cups of flour total.
FANTASTIC. This dough was easy to work with and the taste was great. I added 1 tsp. of basil and 1 tsp. of oregano. I skipped the step of browning it first and put all my toppings on and baked at 425 degrees for 20 min. then broiled for a few minutes. PERFECT
I use this recipe every time I make pizza. I love the whole wheat taste. Thanks
Great recipe, great tasting pizza. Easy to prepare in the bread maker and it yeilded two 14 inch thin crust pizzas. Instead of choosing between basil or oregano, I went with a tspn of each. Perfect. I'm crediting this recipe for a great dinner this evening as well as a great UNC Tarheel victory over Michigan State.
Adjusted by .66 for my 1 lb machine. Made it 50/50 whole wheat and regular flour, and added about 1/2 tsp sugar and about 2 Tbsp more water per other reviews. Omitted garlic powder - had none. Wasn't all that thin when I rolled it out, but put it on a preheated baking sheet at 450 WITH the toppings (no precooking) and it still came out nice and crisp! I'm going to use this recipe a lot - thanks.
I needed to add more water about 1/4 cup more. Also I have a pizza dough cycle and a whole wheat dough cycle on my bread machine. Pizza dough with whole wheat flour is NOT long enough so use the whole wheat dough cycle if you have one. It didn't rise the best, next time I might put in a little sugar or honey for the yeast to take hold
Very good CRISP crust with a good flavor. I made mine with a mixer and dough hook which worked great. I let it rise for one hour before rolling it out. I baked it on a Pizza stone which made it very crisp.