Sandy Munn Recipe

BREAD MACHINE PIZZA DOUGH

By Sandy Munn luv2bake1


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Makes 2 12" pizzas
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This is very good, and thanks to the bread machine it is very simple. Enjoy!

Ingredients

BREAD MACHINE PIZZA DOUGH
1 c
+ 2 tbs. water
2 Tbsp
olive oil or vegetable oil
3 c
bread flour
1 tsp
granulated sugar
1 tsp
salt
2 1/2 tsp
active dry yeast or bread machine yeast

Directions Step-By-Step

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Place all ingredients in bread pan in the order listed. Select dough cycle. Move oven rack to lowest position and preheat to 400 degrees. Grease 2 pizza pans or cookie sheets. Divide dough in half when done. Put each half into 12" circle with floured fingers. Top with your favorite toppings. Bake 18 to 20 minutes or until crust is light brown.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Breads

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37 Comments

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Kathy Stevens KStevens
Sep 18, 2014
This pizza dough turned my homemade pizza from just so-so to delicious! I will definitely use it every time I make pizza! Thanks for sharing!
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Kathy Stevens KStevens
Sep 18, 2014
This pizza dough turned my homemade pizza from just so-so to delicious! I will definitely use it every time I make pizza! Thanks for sharing!
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Kathy Stevens KStevens
Aug 31, 2014
This is a very light pizza crust, much better than the ones I have made in the past. This will be the crust recipe I use from one on"
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Aurora McBee aurora
Feb 17, 2014
I haven't seen Sandy here in quite a while, so I'll try to answer for her.

You can freeze uncooked bread dough. BUT....you would need to use active dry yeast, not fast acting (bread machine) yeast. You would also need to add double the yeast amount called for in the recipe. (And since this is a bread machine recipe, that will change the method you need to use to utilize your bread machine.) After the first rise, form the dough into whatever shape you want, oil it, wrap well, and freeze. I've had dough frozen up to 8 weeks with no issues. I just thaw and rise in the fridge when I want to use it.

You could also use the remaining dough to make stromboli or calzones. Bake them as usual and freeze them when cool. Then you can just pull servings out of the freezer as you need them and reheat.
You do not pre-bake this dough before adding toppings.
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Danielle Cher Aime dcheraime
Feb 15, 2014
I've been looking for a pizza dough that was easy and soy free. Now that I got a breadbasket, out looks like this is it. I've just got two questions. Can it be frozen? We just don't eat that much pizza so I'm hoping I can freeze half the dough. And do you have to bake it before you add the toppings? Usually I just buy one precooked and only have one slice so I don't get an allergic reaction from the soy in the dough. Thank you.