This is a very neat recipe, crispy crust! Works well with my regular Friday night pizza set-up. Spritzed the edges of the crust with olive oil, then sprinkled on some "Spike" seasoned veggie salt--ooh-la-la! *Made for PAC Spring 2007*
Great recipe! Nice chewy crust, great for when I don't have time to make my usual pizza crust that takes an hour and-a-half to make. Thanks for sharing gran!
Good straightforward recipe and easy to halve too although I'm not gonna bother halving next time since it's so good. Soft tasty dough. Works great for thin crisp pizzas if you use a quarter amount and roll/ press it extra thin. I use a little less sugar since my italian friend says traditionally it's more salt and just a touch of sugar. I find it's better to bake the dough naked for awhile before I put the toppings on so the dough gets done at the same time in the end.
This is a quick, easy pizza crust to put together even after a hard day at the office. I reduce the recipe and only made 1 pizza crust using 1/2 white and 1/2 whole wheat pastry flour. It was easy to roll out and perfect for a thinner crust. I used this crust as the base for my Pizza Primavera Pizza Primavera. Thanks for sharing.
This is a great recipe and nice and easy to put together and tasted really wonderful. Thanks so much gran....
I had never made pizza crust before always used the box stuff. I was shocked to find out it was so easy and so good. I won't be buying the little box mixes any longer. Thanks for the recipe.
This is excellent pizza crust! I have made lots of homemade pizza and I have never had such a tasty and easy to work with crust. My whole family really enjoyed it. I baked it for 10 minutes "naked" as another reviewer suggested and it worked beautifully. I dusted my pizza stone with cornmeal to help slide the pizza in and out of the oven. This will become a regular around here!
This was the first time I tried my hand at making pizza and I have to say that not only was this dough tasty, it was incredibly easy to make. Exactly what I was looking for. I didn't have any yeast packets so I used 2 and a half tablespoons and it worked out just fine. Thanks for the recipe Gran!