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can any one post an exact recipe for a perfect pizza base

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I use this one and it’s very consistent.

3 cups flour
1 package dried yeast
1/4 tsp salt
1 Tb olive oil

Combine these ingredients in a bowl and add 1 cup warm water

mix in the bowl with your hands until it forms a dough then turn it out on a floured board and knead by hand for about 5 minutes or until it feels silky to the touch. You’ll probably need a fair amount of flour on the board to keep it from sticking.

Put the dough in an oiled bowl, cover with plastic wrap that has been coated with cooking spray to prevent sticking. Leave for about an hour or so, depending on the temperature of the room. It should double in bulk.

I like substituting some of the flour with King Arthur white whole wheat flour. Lots of great whole grain and no one will ever know. I fool my husband with this all the time.


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    • +1 votes vote up vote up

      Tuliplady wrote Nov 22, 2011
    • Mine goes like this:

      go to the supermarket and buy a can of chefboyardee pizza sauce, apply half a can to each crust. estatic




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    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Nov 22, 2011
    • I use this one and it’s very consistent.

      3 cups flour
      1 package dried yeast
      1/4 tsp salt
      1 Tb olive oil

      Combine these ingredients in a bowl and add 1 cup warm water

      mix in the bowl with your hands until it forms a dough then turn it out on a floured board and knead by hand for about 5 minutes or until it feels silky to the touch. You’ll probably need a fair amount of flour on the board to keep it from sticking.

      Put the dough in an oiled bowl, cover with plastic wrap that has been coated with cooking spray to prevent sticking. Leave for about an hour or so, depending on the temperature of the room. It should double in bulk.

      I like substituting some of the flour with King Arthur white whole wheat flour. Lots of great whole grain and no one will ever know. I fool my husband with this all the time.




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    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Tuliplady wrote Nov 22, 2011
    • Cynthia, that’s the same crust recipe I use.




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    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Beems wrote Nov 24, 2011
    • thank u cynthia for ur detailed answer




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