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I couldn't find the other recipe I was using which we loved... so I found this. We liked it even more! Super recipe. I'm going to try 1/3 whole wheat flour next time. Thanks for a wonderful recipe.

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Chef TanyaW April 25, 2010

Delicious! I made a half-batch by hand, and it turned out Great! It didn't take any longer than the recipe said it would take in a mixer! I put in the parmesan and couldn't really pick out that flavor--I'd leave it out next time just because it didn't make a difference to me. I cooked one 14" pizza on a pre-heated pizza stone at 400 for 5 minutes before adding the toppings and for 20 minutes after adding them. Great! Thanks so much, kittencal!

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JessicaBella January 31, 2009

Very good pizza dough. I used this recipe with Kittencal's Cabbage-Beef Stuffed Bread Buns (Runza). The dough was very easy to work with and tasted great. Next time I am going to cut down on the salt a bit (personal preference). I can't wait to make pizza with this dough recipe.

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skiingpeaches July 18, 2008

Delicious flavor in this dough! I cheated and made in my bread machine. Only problem I had was the dough was a bit to wet after taking out when the dough cycle was done. What I did to help get the moisture under control was I added some flour over top of the dough after spreading in my pan. Turned out great! Next time though I will cut the water down to 1 cup of water. I also cut the salt down to 1 tsp. I have some Italian Dressing Seasoning Dry Mix made up and used this in place of the store brought brand. Thanks Kittencal for sharing this delicious pizza dough!! :)

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Marsha D. January 15, 2008

Pizza with the finest crust. I used all purpose flour and I did add the 3 tablespoons parmesan cheese but next time I make this recipe, if adding the 3 tablespoons parmesan cheese then I will cut back slightly on the salt, just personal peference. I put the dough on the pan and let it rest for about 7 minutes then put it in the oven for 7 minutes to prebake. I then removed it and added my toppings and baked it for another 20 minutes. It was great. I will be making some crusts to freeze to keep handy for..... whenever. Thanks Kitten

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Dotty2 November 26, 2007

Excellent pizza dough. I left out a few steps to save time. I proofed my yeast in the KA bowel, then added the olive oil, salt and Italian seasoning right in with the yeast and mixed it well. Then added the flour and parmesan cheese (saved washing another bowl) and this seemed to work well. I added a little extra parmesan cheese but really couldn't tell it was there when the final pizza was made. Dough was very easy to work with. Made 2 12" pizzas. thanks Kitz.

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~Nimz~ July 22, 2007

Amazing pizza dough. I liked the combination of flour and bread flour and the addition of the parmesan cheese is awesome! It made 2- 12 inch pizzas from this recipe. I made chicken alfredo pizza, pre made alfredo sauce I added 1 tsp oregano to the sauce, topped with cheese, cooked chicken, mushrooms, peppers. Followed the awesome directions. Purrrrfection

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Calee November 14, 2006
Kittencal's Pizza Dough