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Thin Crusty Pizza March 16, 2006

Posted by thelazychef in Uncategorized.
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I love my pizzas with crispy sides and with a thin base.

And I found a nice recipe that recreates that!

And the best part? Its so easy. I throw all the dough ingredients into my breadmachine and set it to the ‘dough’ function and in 1 and 1/2 hours, my dough is all ready!

Then all i have to do is roll it out, put on my fav ingredients and bake!

Indeed, nothing beats having fresh home made pizza!

Thin crusty pizza...

Yields 4 pizza bases. 

Ingredients
200ml Warm Water
1 tsp Salt
1 Tbsp + 1 tsp Olive Oil
375g Bread Flour

2 tsp Yeast

Pizza toppings as desired. 

Method
1. Place ingredients into the bread pan according to your breadmaker instructions
2. Setting : Dough
3. Divide and roll dough on a lightly floured surface to the desired thickness.
4. Spread with selected pizza toppings.
5. Bake in a preheated oven at 200C for 12-15 minutes or until base is cooked and topping heated through.

(Recipe from sinner, from Kitchencapers.net)  

PS: I know some of us out there aren’t good at rolling out the dough cos yes, i admit, it isn’t easy to work with bread dough. You’ll have to let it rest a while to let the dough relax, then continue rolling it out. And yes, if you need advice on how to roll out a round pizza dough, check this video out!
Hope it helps! 🙂
       

     

   

    

  

 

 

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1. rokh - March 17, 2006

yum yum! i have been wanting to make this for a long time. just did not have the time yet. yours is making me go crazy!


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