Quick and Easy Pizza Crust
Substituted half of the bread flour for whole wheat (I actually substituted in a little wheat germ too, but my crust was a tad more biscuity than my ultimate preference, and I'm thinking that's why). Also substituted garlic salt for salt. Kindof forgot the olive oil altogether. I added dried Italian spices and a little carraway, too. The flavor was magnificent...and so aromatic!!!
On the pizza itself I mostly used ingredients in my kitchen that really needed to be cooked up or eaten soon: 5 or six cloves of chopped garlic, onion, very ripe tomatoes, the greens leftover from my radishes, kalamata olive spread, fresh basil from the garden, fried and chopped up bacon pieces and bleu cheese scattered all over the top with what was left of my tiny bit of parmesan. Overall, the pizza was FABULOUS!!! I only give the crust four stars because it looked a little plain without the substitutes (though it was a great, basic recipe to doctor up).
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Sep. 5, 2012