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I made this in my KitchenAid stand mixer using dough hooks instead of in my food processor. I also let the dough rise for an hour and ended up with thick, chewy, tender, delicious pizza crust. Made for 2011 All You Can Cook Buffet.

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Crafty Lady 13 August 09, 2011

This was my first time making homeade pizza crust. I was nervous, but this was really pretty easy! I did have a mishap with my blade coming off, and there was a huge mess. Maybe I should have used the dough blade??? Either way, this made a really nice pizza crust! It was very sticky, though, and I might add that flouring my hands did nothing. I had to oil my hands.

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Boxergurl July 05, 2010

Delicious! Easy! Made as written... Used a Pampered Chef 'stone' baking sheet! Kids wanted more - making two next time! Thank you! We sprinkled garlic powder and Italian seasoning ontop of pizza - drizzles of olive oil also... Mm Mm tasty!

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Jen,MoJo April 16, 2010

Adults and children loved this. It was easy to make. I quadrupled the recipe to make 4 pizzas and I used my Bosch mixer to mix the dough. The first one I rolled out I neglected to oil the table first and had to re-roll it after scraping the rolled crust off of the table. After topping, I baked them 2 at a time at 375 degrees for about 16 minutes (swapping the top and bottom pizzas halfway). The crusts were thin (but not too thin) and chewy. I made it with the written ingredients, but did not allow it to rise for 10 minutes...I was in a hurry so I only gave it about 4-5 minutes. I will definitely make this again...perhaps putting in some whole wheat flour next time.

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Cynthia Q April 15, 2010

This was great! I normally use my bread machine to make my dough, but this was so much quicker..and much better than my normal crust recipe..this one was spot on for pizza crust.

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alsocoors January 31, 2010

Made this today for myself. Didn't have fast rise yeast so I used regular yeast with a 1/2 tablespoon brown sugar. I let it rise and split it in two balls. Put one in the freezer. I shaped the other ball , gave it as quick rise. Then I baked it for five minutes before topping it . I also baked it at 400° . It was awesome an Dr I couldn't finish the whole pizza. Great recipe!!

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Lois C. January 04, 2014

Very easy and quick. I baked it at 400 but will go hotter next time.
The taste is great.
I precooked the crust 5 minutes before topping.
I reccomend cooking directly on the oven rack after the crust is firm enough to not fall through.
Also used some minced garlic in the crust.

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barbacious October 31, 2011

I forgot we were going to make pizza tonight, and didn't start my regular dough in the bread machine. I found this recipe instead, and I'm glad I did! It isn't a super thin crust, but it's ridiculously easy to make, and tastes just like pizza. I threw in a little rosemary--yummm! Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl December 03, 2009

Love the taste, but no matter how much flour I put on my hands, it is VERY stick! I guess maybe I need to add a little extra flour.

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stephanie457 September 23, 2009

This was the best thin crust I have had! I took it to my girlfriends for dinner and she raved about it! Better than her favorite pizza joint :)

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redsmarties75 January 22, 2009
No-Knead Food Processor Thin Crust Pizza Dough