I used the sauce with my own pizza dough recipe. It was thick and delicious. I added 1 tsp. of sugar.
I also used this sauce with my own dough. I added the sugar and then also added about 1/4 cup of parmesan cheese. It was wonderful. My husband said it was better than delivery or gourmet. I served a green salad w/ red wine vinegar dressing and a chianti.
dough doesn't need an extra cup of flour... definitely! that must be a mistake.
5 stars is for the dough. This recipe makes me feel like the queen of the kitchen! I do wish the recipes were separate though. I'd only give the sauce 3 or 4 stars. In my opinion, the salt is NOT optional, and I made several other adjustments, it just tasted flat to me. Good jumping off point though, I plan to post my shamless adaptations and you can see what you think! The crust on the other hand, is wonderful. Soft and kind of chewy, easy from start to finish, and so much better for you than plain white flour. Not dry at all. Thanks for posting this!
this made a great pizza, i did not add the extra cup of flour and the dough turned out very soft and not at all sticky. most whole wheat recipes i have made give a hard crust but this was nice. i usually make my sauce with diced tomatoes so this was a nice change. i will make this again