4 Reviews

My family liked this crust. It certainly is thick. I had to use an extra cup of flour. It was still extremely sticky, but I did not add more. Neither did I let it rise 4 hours. I did let it go 2 hours and when it began to take over the kitchen, I divided it between two 16 inch pizza pans, topped it up and baked it. It took about 40 minutes, but that's my oven. I made my regular sauce, so this review is only for the delightful crust. Thank you for sharing!

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PetesNina September 06, 2009

Great recipe! There were just a few problems. One, the dough needed more flour. I just adjusted it to 6 1/2 cups flour, so it wouldn't be overly sticky. And two, it needed a pinch of honey or sugar. I also added some garlic powder, Italian seasoning, and Parmesan cheese to the dough for added affect.

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Natural Girl September 05, 2009

I was looking for a thick crust when I found this recipe. My kids love thick crust. I only made the crust recipe. I cannot comment on the rest of it. I prefer thin myself but the kids said two thumbs up on this crust. Thay ate two whole pizzas by themselves. Thank you for pleasing my kids.

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Jackie H. January 25, 2009
Miss Lorena's Homemade Thick Crust Italian Pizza