- 3-1/2 cups King Arthur Unbleached Bread Flour
- 1 cup King Arthur Premium 100% Whole Wheat Flour
- 5 teaspoons quick-rise yeast
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon honey
- 1-1/2 to 1-2/3 cups warm water (120° to 130°)
- Place flours, yeast and salt in a food processor; pulse until blended. Add honey. While processing, gradually add water until a ball forms. Continue processing 60 seconds to knead dough.
- Turn dough onto floured surface; shape into a ball. Cover; let rest 10 minutes. Divide dough into quarters. Use immediately or securely wrap and freeze for later use. Yield: 2 pounds (enough for 4 pizzas).
Reviews for Thin Crust Pizza Dough(11)
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Really good and easy to work with, I used the yeast for pizzas (Fleischmans) made 2 small pizzas from one dough ball. My son who in the past has worked for a pizzeria was given a frozen ball to try. We'll see how that goes, I don't know if it could be tossed, It is pretty fragile as it thins out though I was still able to lift it onto a vented pizza pan. I did add Parmesan, oregano and garlic powder.
Great! I put the ingredients in my bread maker, let it mix it up for five minutes or so (kneading) then divided the dough, freezing 3 more portions. Formed on a silicon sheet placed on a cookie pan then baked for 6 minutes or so then put on the ingredients for a "Hawaiian" pizza. Delish! Am finishing up the last piece as I type. Used whole pineapple slices rather then crushed. Hubby said 'it was the best'. =)
All gone now..... rats! =^(
Very tasty crust! However, I did not have anything other than all-purpose flour in my pantry, so that's what I used in place of bread and whole wheat flour. The dough came out really sticky and was nearly impossible to stretch into shape by hand, but I managed better with the use of a rolling pin. It baked up nice and even on a preheated pizza stone. I'm going to hang on to this recipe.
Nice and crispy crust! I did have to add more water as well ( as previously mentioned below) and also some olive oil. The dough rises really fast.
Good taste, but I had to add a considerable amount of more water.