This turned out wonderful. I mixed it in my Kitchenaid and let it do the kneading. The dough rose up so nice and then rolled out perfectly for me. We loved it. I will use this recipe again, as it was so easy and worked perfectly. Thank you for sharing your recipe with us.
My family and I loved this dough! I took another reviewer's suggestion and let it "age" overnight in the fridge. The kids each rolled their own crust and made their own pizza, the dough was so great to work with. I had enough dough leftover for 2 mini pizzas and put it in the fridge for two days before using--it was even better than the first night! Thanks for sharing a great recipe Lisa.
I used this to make calzones, and they were awesome! I made the dough in my kitchenaid, so I changed a couple steps accordingly - I mixed 3 cups of flour and salt in the mixer, then added the yeast/oil mixture to it and blended until smooth. I then added the additional cup of flour to the mixer gradually, allowing the mixer to knead it in. Set the mixer to knead with the dough hook for 10 minutes, then sprayed the bowl with oil, covered, and let rise. I precooked all of the filling ingredients - hot italian sausage, onions and peppers, mushrooms, etc. and let the family make their own. I cooked them at 425 for 30 minutes on my pizza stone, and they came out beautifully! The tops were very brown and crusty, they probably could have done well at 400, but we devoured these. Can't wait to use this recipe for pizza!
ummm...sounds awesome, looks like tonight is make your own pizza night at my house thanks for the great recipe :)
Excellent and simple. This crust should be the star of the pizza-not a lot of toppings are needed.
The best pizza crust I have ever made. Super easy and very flavorful.
This is a great recipe for some tasty pizza crust.We live in a rural area of Upstate NY where good pizza is over an hour drive away. My husband and I enjoyed this recipe a whole lot.I make my own pizza sauce and top it with caramelized onions cooked with a little white wine and lots of mozzarella. The crust itself is so good that we keep the toppings to a minimum.
Good! Mixed in the Kitchen-Aid, used half white, half whole wheat flour. Had plenty of dough for my giant Doughmakers pizza pan plus 4 mini pizza pans. Prebaked the crust, then baked topped pizzas at 450. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I tried it and this was great!! I halfed the recipe and did one deep dish pie crust in my 9 inch round cake pan. It was highly enjoyable. Thanks for sharing.
I loved this pizza dough! It tastes pretty good, though I would reccomend maybe some garlic or sugar for flavor.