Home Made Pizza


Every Friday is home made pizza night at our house. I found this Black and Decker (I thought they only made power tools) food processor at Goodwill for $14.99, which is the cost of one take-out pizza alone. This little beauty saves us a lot of green.


Whole Wheat Pizza Dough Recipe

2 C. whole wheat flour
1 t. salt
1 t. oil
3/4 C. of warm water
1 T. yeast
1 T. sugar


Directions:
1) Combine yeast and sugar in a small bowl and add 1/4 C. of WARM
not hot water and stir. After it bubbles up high, then start the next steps

2) Add flour, salt and oil to processor. Process 5 seconds on high

3) Add bubbled up yeast mixture. Process 10 seconds on high

4) Slowly, add 1/2 c. warm water while processor is on high

5) Keeping the processor on high, the dough should form a ball.
You may need to add a tiny bit more water, slowly to get it to form.
When it forms a ball, let it rotate 25 times

6) Cover it with a large bowl on a greased baking sheet for 10 minutes

Note: I always make two separate batches for one pizza. I never double the recipe in the food processor because I've found it's too rough on the machine, at least when I'm working with whole wheat flour.

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Friday, March 6

Home Made Pizza


Every Friday is home made pizza night at our house. I found this Black and Decker (I thought they only made power tools) food processor at Goodwill for $14.99, which is the cost of one take-out pizza alone. This little beauty saves us a lot of green.


Whole Wheat Pizza Dough Recipe

2 C. whole wheat flour
1 t. salt
1 t. oil
3/4 C. of warm water
1 T. yeast
1 T. sugar


Directions:
1) Combine yeast and sugar in a small bowl and add 1/4 C. of WARM
not hot water and stir. After it bubbles up high, then start the next steps

2) Add flour, salt and oil to processor. Process 5 seconds on high

3) Add bubbled up yeast mixture. Process 10 seconds on high

4) Slowly, add 1/2 c. warm water while processor is on high

5) Keeping the processor on high, the dough should form a ball.
You may need to add a tiny bit more water, slowly to get it to form.
When it forms a ball, let it rotate 25 times

6) Cover it with a large bowl on a greased baking sheet for 10 minutes

Note: I always make two separate batches for one pizza. I never double the recipe in the food processor because I've found it's too rough on the machine, at least when I'm working with whole wheat flour.

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