By NYAmy on May 09, 2002
Photo by Andrew at Food.com
Photo by Andrew at Food.com
"Only a 15-minute rise time! Add a pinch of salt or garlic salt if you wish, but I never do. Easy and quick dinner!"
Serving Size: 1 (570 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Very good pizza dough! I was happy to find something fast as it was dinnertime by the time I decided to make pizza. I used 1/2 c whole wheat flour and the rest white. When dissolving the yeast into the water I added a tsp or so of sugar, and then into the dough I added 1 tsp garlic salt and 1/2 tsp oregano and it came out great. Thanks!"
"Fabulous recipe - I did bake just the crust for 10 minutes at 375 degrees. Then added the toppings and baked for another 12-14 minutes at the same temp. One of the best pizzas we/ve ever had! Thanks!"
"This recipe is great and just seems to get better each time we make it. Don't neglect the kneading time on the dough -- it really makes a difference. Knead it for a good 5 minutes to get a nice texture. We spread it out on a pizza pan and brush it with a mixture of olive oil and sauteed garlic, and use tomato-basil feta cheese, sliced tomatoes, pepperoni, and a sprinkle of ground rosemary on top. I don't think we'll ever eat from a pizza place again!"
"A good quick pizza dough but I can't imagine making this without adding a teaspoon of salt. Usually I make a long, slow rise dough. It has great flavor and texture but when I'm in a rush this works well (but add some salt please if your diet permits)."
"Wow! I have been making pizza for twelve years and have at least six dough recipes in my cookbook, I am considering replacing all of them with this one. It is so fast, makes a perfect dough ( soft and maleable ), and cooks up perfectly. I baked it for 5 mins in a 450 oven, topped, then baked for another 10 mins, I made two medium size pizzas and they were thin and crackery, last time made one large and it was softer and chewy. This dough recipe cannot be beat, it is perfect. I would never consider making a dough without salt, it tastes flat. I used garlic salt in mine and really liked it. Do not pass this recipe up."
i used only a half packet of yeast - that's all you need for this amount of flour. i used fast rise yeast. i also added about a Tbsp of honey. used whole wheat flour.
the crust was very good.
i also recommend baking the crust first - for ten minutes, at 375 - then topping and baking again until toppings are hot."
"This is a really good recipe and as stated, it is fast! I followed it to the letter and my family raved about how good it is. I've been looking for a good pizza dough recipe for years and I think this is it!!!!"
"Quick, easy. Made this with whole white wheat. Definitely add a little salt, it tasted a bit bland without it. I also ended up having to double this to make one pizza, but we have "extra large" pizza pans. For a medium or large pizza one batch might be enough."
"Really delicious basic pizza dough! I added 1 Tbsp sugar to the water and yeast, and let it rise for longer than 15 minutes (because I got distracted). It came out beautiful and tasted great!"
"I llike it- quick and easy for a last minute meal. Its a make again. Thanks."
"This was SO good! I can't believe it's this easy! Loved it. Made Queen Margherita Pizza (Recipe #147146) with it and it was fabulous! I'll be using this recipe from now on. Thanks!"
"Very good for a super quick dough! I usually use my bread machine to make up the pizza dough which takes 2 hours! This dough is super quick and easy and tastes just as good if not better the the bread machine dough! Would make again!"
"Very quick and easy. It was great. I rolled the dough and turned out perfecto!! the dough does need some salt or something in it though but that is my own preference."
"I have just made the dough... it's perfect! As I wanted to make only small pizza for 2 tonight, I divided the dough in 3 pieces and just now having two of them in remoska on 220C. I took little bit of oil and spread the dough by hands and topped with different veggies and little garlic and chilli flakes on top with some vegan cheese. The whole room smells amazing way! I love it, and for sure will make it again and again and again... Hopefully will taste as good as it looks. Thanks for the great quick recipe Amy. :)"
"I made two batches of this one evening and we enjoyed it. I certainly is easy and quick. I made a pork and mushroom pizza with one and beef and onion pizza with the other. I will use this recipe again when in a quick situation. thank you for sharing."
"I'm going to wait to rate this until I try it with 100% AP Flour. I used 1 1/2 cups of wheat and the dough was dry and bread-like. Very easy, though, so I will definitely try again with AP flour. Thanks!"
"Wonderful pizza dough. I let the dough rise in a 225 degree preheated oven (turned it off while rising). It rose perfectly in 15 minutes. We used it in our Redi-Set-Go Cooker for individual pizzas. It worked great. This will be my go to recipe. Thank you!"
"Wonderful pizza crust! Easy to make and QUICK! I pressed the dough into a pizza pan but next time will will roll it out (or toss if I'm feeling lucky!) as it came out too thick for my taste, even after pressing it out as best I could. But the family still loved it even though they usually don't like thick-crust pizzas. So two thumbs up and we'll definitely make this again! Thanks for a great quick dinner recipe!"
"Hello, I needed a quick pizza dough recipe for tonight and I ran across this one. I read the blogs and decided to try it. It is wonderful. I let it rise a second time only because I was on the phone. I will add 1/2 teaspoon of salt, and italian spice to the dough. That is just personal preference. This will become my go to recipe when I need a quick dinner or the kids and grand kids drop by. Thanks for sharing. Chrismar175"
"This was the easist pizza dough i ever made. I made it into calzones for the kids lunches.. The hubby took one for lunch at work..Thanks for a great recipe.."