A basic pizza recipe I wouldn't recommend this recipe for the simple face there are no cooking instructions.
I ended up using closer to 4 cups of flour rather than the 3 stated and still found the dough a little sticky.
I made three 12 inch pizzas from the dough (we prefer thin crust). The first for the kids was a plain cheese baked on a pizza pan. The crust was fine, nothing special, a little chewy but did not crisp well on the bottom. I baked for 15 minutes in a 450 degree oven.
The second was baked on a pizza stone with pesto, spinach, mushrooms, sun dried tomatoes, carmalized onions and feta. I preheated the stone for an hour at 450, then baked the pizza for 10 minutes. This crust was much better, very crispy and with good texture.
The third pizza I rolled and froze based on the direction listed with the recipe. I will have to see how it works once I have cooked it.
For those looking for a pizza crust with a strong flavor, this is not the recipe for you. If you make this recipe I would suggest you have a strong set of toppings that you would not want a strong tasting crust to compete with.
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A basic pizza recipe I wouldn't recommend this recipe for the simple face there are no cooking...