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Posted: July 18 2005 at 4:14pm | IP Logged Quote time4tea

Hi All!

I'm looking for a pizza crust recipe that could be made on reasonably short notice (say one hour or so). Anyone have a recipe they care to share? I have been having a really hard time finding one, beleive it or not, and I haven't had good experiences with the refrigerated crusts/dough at the grocery store. Thanks so much in advance!

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Posted: July 18 2005 at 5:38pm | IP Logged Quote materdei7

1 cup warm water(100-110 degrees)
1 tsp of sugar
1 pkg of rapid rise or Quick Red Star Yeast
1 tbl olive oil
2 1/2- 3 cups flour
dissolve sugar in warm water. Add yeast and wait 4-5
mins. ( the top of the water should be foamy)
Add olive oil, and mix in flour, one cup at a time, until you are able to handle. Knead briskly for a few minutes...place in a greased bowl, cover, and set in a draft free area....45-50 mins later ( or when doubled in
height) You are ready to roll, place on a greased pizza pan and top!!!! My oven cooks a large pizza in 12 mins...time may vary. Enjoy!! and good luck


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Posted: July 19 2005 at 8:19pm | IP Logged Quote humanaevitae

I also want to mention that when we make homemade pizzas, we always make enough dough to have some crusts to freeze. I just cook them up and put them in large freezer bags. When it comes time to use them, I don't defrost them but just put the ingrediants on them and cook until cheese is melted.

We love pizza!
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Posted: July 19 2005 at 8:43pm | IP Logged Quote humanaevitae

Thought I might as well share our pizza recipe too.

Dissolve 1 T rapid rise yeast in 3c warm water.
Add 1 T sugar, 1 T olive oil, and 1 c flour. Let it start to bubblel. Then add more flour to make a stiff dough. I think I add around 6-7 cups. It says to let kneed and let raise but I just need and roll it out right away. Normally I precook the crust a bit before adding the toppings. Please notice that this recipe does make quite a few crusts (around 4 I think).

Besides freezing the crusts, I also have used frozen bread (bun) dough. I defrost for a few minutes and then roll out. The kids get to make lots of little pizzas!

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