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I used to make thinner type, but i’ve been making this for a few months. This dough/pizza isn’t perfected yet – still needs some experimentation. I give it a “B” for now.
A = great taste
B = nice, reasonable
C = edible
D = lousy
You can also use the same amt. of dough/crust to make two “thin crust” pizzas.
Even if you don’t like or use this recipe much, you can still use many of the ideas in this recipe/video.
Thick Crust Pizza
“Proof/Start” the yeast:
1/2 to 1 pack of dry yeast, or 1 medium rounded teaspoon of dry yeast
1/2 cup warm water
1 tablespoon sugar
1 tablespoon flour
2 tablespoons instant potato flakes (this is optional)
Mix the above ingredients together. Let it sit aside for atleast 10 to 20 minutes. Lightly mix again before using. In the meantime continue below:
2 + 1/4 to 2 + 1/2 cups flour
3 tablspoons sugar (this can be mixed with the wet ingredients below also, for
a better distribution of the sugar – for the yeast).
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/3 teaspoon onion powder (optional, but gives a nice taste)
1/2 teaspoon cornstarch (optional, often used in “cake flour”)
1/3 teaspoon baking soda (optional)
Mix the above ingredients together.
5 oz water = 1/4 + 1/8 cup (reduce this if your finished pizza is too moist).
3 tablespoons cooking oil (optional, but usually used)
3 tablespoons milk (optional)
Put these on top of the dry dough ingredients, and mix in. There is no need to kneed the dough too much or at all, it is very sticky at this point. Let sit 15 to 20
minutes, then “fold in” about:
1/2 cup of flour, and shape into a ball
Let the dough rise
Let the dough rise in a slightly warm (not hot) place like oven for about 1hr + 45 minutes for best results. You can put a damp towel over the top if you feel the dough is going to dry out, otherwise you probably would not use it. Other things people can use to prevent dough drying out: plastic wrap over bowl and/or oil over dough. A “tupper-ware” kind of bowl, with a sealing lid, would probably also work.
The yeast eats the sugars in the flour mix, and produce carbon dioxide gas bubbles and alcohol. I think the trick is to use just enough sugar so that at some point the yeast stop growing. Sugar can also provide some taste to the dough. Caution: If the yeast grow too much, the dough will contain too much alcohol and will ruin the taste of the dough – therefore don’t try to let the dough rise for too long. The yeast and rising process also give flavor and texture to the dough.
Roll/stretch the dough into the shape of a pizza.
As seen in the video you can use your hands and/or a rolling-pin.
The baking pan/tray (recipe adjusted for it) has an effective cooing surface of: 15 inches long and 10 inches wide.
Sauce, Cheese and Toppings
Add sauce on top. This sauce can be pizza sauce or spaghetti sauce. Put on cheese and any other toppings. Most people and shops uses some form of mozzarella cheese or a blend that contains mostly that. I sometimes use “imitation bacon bits” as a topping. Some other possible toppings (if you want toppings), onions, onion powder, garlic powder, oregano, etc. Some toppings are put on after the pizza is cooked so that the topping is not cooked and it gives people a choice of what toppings they want.
You can an then set aside this uncooked pizza to rise up a bit if you want to for best results, since you just flattened the dough when making the pizza shape. Let it rise about 1/2 hour or so. Some people will even reduce the rise-time in the bowl and transfer that remaining rise-time to this “pan rise” stage.
Put some oil into the baking tray/pan/cooking sheet. The type and amount of oil is up to you. Oil can prevent some burning and sticking of the bottom of the crust and also gives some flavor. Roll/stretch the dough into the shape of a pizza.
Preheat the oven to about 450 to 475 F, you will have to experiment with your oven and cooking times. Bake pizza for about 10 minutes, but sometimes 8 to 12 minutes is needed. Remove from oven and let cool a bit. Cut with a “pizza wheel” and serve.
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