Astonishingly Easy "yeasty" Bisquick Pizza Dough
This amazed me when I first came up with it. The yeast is basically a flavoring agent, the dough works pretty well without it but it does add a tiny bit of springy-ness. Measurements are (very) approximate, just follow the directions...
- Ready In:
- 1 cup biscuit mix (I use reduced-fat Bisquick)
- 1 cup whole wheat flour
- warm water
- 1 pinch yeast (hearty pinch)
- olive oil
- Mix biscuit mix and yeast. Add warm water until it reaches about the consistency of cake batter.
- Add wheat flour until a firm dough is formed. Pat or roll out into desired crust shape, using olive oil as desired to prevent sticking.
- Top as desired and bake at around 400 degrees until done, time of course will depend on how thick you make it but 20 minutes is a good estimate.
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I'm sad to be the only dissenter on this recipe but I am an experienced cook and the vagueness of the recipe directions (mix biscuit mix, yeast and water until the consistency of cake batter) led me down the wrong path I fear. I need exact amounts for ingredients like water, not an approximation. I made the dough twice - slightly different each time. I think part of the problem for me is, this just isn't a particularly good tasting dough ( in my family's opinion).Reply
Update: Feb 2009. Made this one again today so attached a photo for you. Thx again. Oct 25/08: What a great little recipe for college kids, bachelors or moms in a hurry! This rocked, and we all loved it. One minute I did not know what was for lunch. A few minutes later I had this done and ready to throw in the oven. I plopped the dough onto the pizza pan and patted it then rolled into place. Cooked 5 minutes without sauce or topping, then added toppings. I will definitely do this again. (I used the olive oil to grease the pan only. Thx so much for sharing.Reply