|-LILIANNE ISAACS (KSHD53B) makes 2 12" pies|
|1½ teaspoon||Red Star yeast|
|2½ cup||Bread flour; as much as 3 c|
|*add as necessary to ball)|
|2 teaspoons||Butter Buds|
|⅛ teaspoon||Garlic powder more for a stronger garlic flavor|
|1 cup||Warm beer I zap room temp beer in mw for a few secs)|
|4 xes||*Gm Protein|
|30 xes||*Gm Carbohydrates|
|Lilianne in Marietta, GA|
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I finally found it and we are hooked. Thanks to my bread maker; we have no excuse for not having a great homemade pizza in no time. I hope you'll try it out and let me know how you like it. By the way, this doesn't make a Pizza Hut type of pan pizza dough, instead it is a hand-tossed type that is tender and not tough...delicious! Try it.
Another note: I have a Welbilt 350.
Put all ingredients in your bread maker on manual and let it do the work. I let it rise for a little longer after it finishes, but judge for yourself if it requires that. Divide into two 12" pies (I roll it out) Put on two cornmeal covered pans, prick with a fork, brush with oil, add toppings and preheat your oven to 500F. Let the pizzas rise for 15 minutes or so, then bake for 7 minutes. MMMama Mia!! I've gotten great recipes off this BB, so I thought I'd reciprocate! Hope you like it!!
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