pizza crust

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      I just throw these ingredients in my bread machine and set on the dough cycle or my machine calls it the manual cycle.

      6 oz of water

      2 cups of all purpose flour

      1 T of milk powder

      1 1/2 T of Sugar

      1 T oil

      1 tsp yeast

      I use this recipe for hamburger rolls, hot dog rolls, pizza crust and cinnamon rolls.

      For pizza crust once my machine beeps and tells me its done with its first rising.

      I divide the dough into four equal pieces and spray my hands and counter with cooking spray and just spread out thin. I bake these right away in my toaster oven at 350 F. for about 5 min on each side.

      I end up with something like a thin bobboli. I often bake these ahead a day and put in the fridge or freezer.

      If I use this recipe to make hamburger rolls I divide in fourths shape and let rise again.

      If I use this to make cinnamon rolls I just flatten on the counter like pizza sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar and roll into a jelly roll shape and slice.

      If you don’t have a machine you can use a kitchen aide with a dough hook or you can mix the warm water with the sugar milk and yeast and let it get bubbly then you can add the ligquid along with the oil into the flour and knead for till its the consistency you need. But I suggest you scour the thrift shops for a machine first. I never bake in mine I don’t like the way the bread turns out. I always just use it to make dough and then bake in my toaster oven

      With the rising cost of food we don’t buy store bread anymore I figured this out shopping at Aldi’s this recipe cost me 30 cents and make 4 pizza crust the size of a dinner plate.

      Tracy in Va


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