Boboli Pizza Crust

Boboli Pizza Crust created by PaulaG

If you are a thin crust lover, then this is not for you, this recipe produces a thick, tender delicious crust. This is wonderful just brushed with olive oil then sprinkled with some kosher salt, garlic powder and the bit of shredded mozzeralla cheese on top and served warm just out of the oven with a plate of pasta, sooooo good! This recipe can be made either by hand or on your heavy-duty stand mixer, since there is a fair amount of dough to work with I stronly suggest to make this your stand mixer. For quicker rising use 1 tablespoon dry yeast.

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  • In a bowl, dissolve the dry yeast in 1/4 cup warm water (105 F is a perfect temperature) with 1 teaspoon sugar; let sit for 5-7 minutes, or until foamy.
  • Add in the rest of the ingredients; mix well.
  • Turn out on board and knead for 10 minutes.
  • Place back in bowl, covered with a damp towel, and let rise for 34-40 minutes.
  • Divide dough into 3 parts, and place in 3 olive oil-coated pizza pie pans; dimple dough with fingers.
  • On top of dough, sprinkle a very small amount (approx 1/8 tsp each) of the following ingredients: Kosher salt, fresh ground black pepper, chopped rosemary OR thyme.
  • Let dough rise 50-60 minutes.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes.
  • The baked crusts can be frozen and reheated at a later time.
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"If you are a thin crust lover, then this is not for you, this recipe produces a thick, tender delicious crust. This is wonderful just brushed with olive oil then sprinkled with some kosher salt, garlic powder and the bit of shredded mozzeralla cheese on top and served warm just out of the oven with a plate of pasta, sooooo good! This recipe can be made either by hand or on your heavy-duty stand mixer, since there is a fair amount of dough to work with I stronly suggest to make this your stand mixer. For quicker rising use 1 tablespoon dry yeast."
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  1. strangemk1
    I don't know if I measured some of the ingredients wrong or what, but when I had mixed all the ingredients for the crust together, the dough was still very sticky. I probably added 2 more cups of flour before the dough was not sticking to the bowl, my hands and the countertop. Anyway, it tastes very good, and I will make this again, just not expecting to use only 6 c. of flour. Also, I used 3 c. of bread flour (and 3 c. white flour of the original 6) since I needed to use it up.
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  2. Madray7
    This is the perfect clone for Boboli Pizza Crust! Thanks, KITTENCAL!
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  3. PaulaG
    Boboli Pizza Crust Created by PaulaG
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  4. PaulaG
    What a wonderful, perfect crust -- WOW. I used this recipe to make the crust for The Queen of Pizzas (Gourmet Shrimp Pizza) recipe 176323. I made it the night before, cooled and wrapped it in foil. The pizza was then assembled the next day and placed on a crisper to bake. The crust was crunchy and delcious. This is definitely a keeper in my book.
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  5. CabinKat
    It seems everyone but me liked this pizza recipe. It seemed too tacky in which I kept needing to add flour. I also feel that it wasn't airy enough for me, a bit doughy. It was however one of the better crust recipes that I have tried, and believe me, I've tried a few. I think I will try this again, but increase and change the flour to bread flour and add a bit more spices.
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