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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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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!!
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.
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!
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.
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 :)