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While 95 F degrees is the best temperature for yeast to multiply, that's not warm enough for proofing active dry yeast. Can I use instant yeast: Yes, if using instant yeast, you do not need to wait for it to froth up, you can just add all the ingredients to your bowl and mix. Can I freeze the dough: Just place the dough in a large freezer plastic bag, let out as much of the air as possible and freeze for up to 3 months.
How do I bake the pizza: Preheat your oven to its highest temperature, mine goes to F. You can use a pizza stone or a baking sheet just make sure you spray some cooking spray over the baking sheet. If using a pizza stone, heat it up first. Once you top your pizza, bake it for 8 to 10 minutes or until the crust is golden to dark brown.
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Learn how your comment data is processed. Can anyone tell me what I did wrong? I put the dough in the oven F and did not put my toppings on because I assumed they would burn and the dough would need to cook a little bit first. I took it out after 8 minutes and it was overcooked on top, but uncooked on the bottom.
So luckily I had a second batch of dough ready. I only used half the dough the 2nd time because the first batch was way too thick. I put the toppings on the dough and cooked it F for about 15 minutes and it came out great. As we mentioned in the text of this post, this dough is meant to be baked after the toppings are added. Sounds like your first crust was also too thick. Love it I added1tsp garlic powder for flavor and spread 2tbl of pesto over dough before I loaded it up.
Question — if I used vegetable oil instead of olive oil, will that make a huge difference in the dough? Olive oil is definitely used for the flavor but you can use vegetable oil instead, you can even mix vegetable oil with olive oil if you want. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe, Jo!!! I look forward to trying your other recipes. This pizza crust is simple to prepare and has a very mild flavor which helps make the real pizza toppings shine.
My boyfriend enjoyed it a lot and it reminded him of a Pizza Hut crust in a good way. I did not have a mixer with a hook so I had to use the regular mixer attachment also I only have one instead of the normal two mixer attachments but it still worked! After mixing it for a few minutes, I decided to use my hands. We do plan to make this recipe again but to add more flavor, I think we will try adding dried herbs. I will also flatten it more when I roll the crust out because our personal pans puffed up a lot.
I would recommend this recipe, especially as a first time pizza crust maker. That is a plus. My family loves this dough recipe. Place in freezer to set quickly about 20 minutes until firm enough to cut. Set aside while you make the crust. Nomato Sauce In a medium sauce pan , heat 1 tablespoon olive oil over medium heat. Saute carrots, onion and garlic with herbs and sea salt for 5 minutes until softened. Pour in water and bring to boil.
Cook for 5 minutes uncovered. Stir in pumpkin, maple syrup and balsamic. Cover with a lid and maintain a low boil for 5 more minutes until the carrots are very soft. The sauce will have reduced in size by about half. Transfer to a blender and blend on high until very smooth. The consistency should be as thin as traditional tomato sauce but thick enough to stick to the spoon.
If too thin, you may transfer pureed sauce back to pan and simmer for a few minutes to reduce. Stir in remaining olive oil and set aside. Grain-Free Crust Preheat oven to degrees. Line a pizza pan or baking sheet with parchment paper.
Mix all dry ingredients except gelatin together in a bowl until well combined. Stir in olive oil. In a separate bowl, whisk together gelatin and hot water until frothy then immediately stir into dry mixture until a ball of dough forms. Transfer dough to parchment paper lined pan or sheet. Bake for 10 to 11 minutes until lightly golden brown. Assemble the Pizza Preheat broiler to high. Arrange oven rack 6 inches away from top broiler element. Remove parchment paper from bottom of crust.
Sprinkle evenly with cheese. Top with sliced red onion, kalamata and spinach. Broil pizza for about 2 minutes, keeping a very close eye on it, so the edges do not burn! Sprinkle with fresh basil, slice and serve. January 31, at February 1, at February 1, at 2: February 1, at 3: February 3, at 2: February 1, at 9: February 2, at 3: February 9, at 1: February 9, at 2: February 9, at 4: February 13, at 3: February 13, at 2: July 9, at 7: July 13, at 8: February 14, at 9: February 15, at 1: February 20, at 3: February 20, at 6: February 24, at 5: February 25, at April 13, at 9: April 18, at 1: April 19, at June 10, at 1: June 11, at 1: July 30, at 1: