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Re:Thin Crust recipe mix
« Reply #40 on: September 19, 2003, 09:13:26 AM »
Never thought of it.  May try it some time.

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Re:Thin Crust recipe mix
« Reply #41 on: September 19, 2003, 08:45:35 PM »
Hmmmmm... this site used to be called "The Pizza Archives" and had been around for several years. Back in March of this year, I changed the name to "PizzaMaking.com" and added the discussion forum.
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Re:Thin Crust recipe mix
« Reply #42 on: September 25, 2003, 11:28:53 AM »
Try using some "00" flour, or make your own version substituting one-third of the total with cake flour. Last time I tried it, it came out very close to Sbarro crust.

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Re:Thin Crust recipe mix
« Reply #43 on: September 26, 2003, 05:15:11 PM »
Just tried something different for my pizza making. I tried to use as much flour as possible added to a cup of water and still have a workable dough. I use 31/2 cups to 1 cup of water and 3 tbsp of oil.  Mixed it for 10 minutes. The crust was outstanding. Just thought I'd pass it along.

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Re:Thin Crust recipe mix
« Reply #44 on: September 26, 2003, 05:39:54 PM »
Just tried something different for my pizza making. I tried to use as much flour as possible added to a cup of water and still have a workable dough. I use 31/2 cups to 1 cup of water and 3 tbsp of oil.  Mixed it for 10 minutes. The crust was outstanding. Just thought I'd pass it along.

Yeast? Sugar? Salt?

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Re:Thin Crust recipe mix
« Reply #45 on: September 26, 2003, 06:24:55 PM »
My Thin crust recipe like Steve's on his site and yours Itsinthe sauce has about much flour as it can handle also.  I am going to make one for Tuesday using DKM's roasted peppers.

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Re:Thin Crust recipe mix
« Reply #46 on: September 27, 2003, 06:11:38 PM »
Hey! Anyone tried using Semolina flour as 1/3rd of the flour mixture to get a crisper crust?

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Re:Thin Crust recipe mix
« Reply #47 on: September 29, 2003, 08:13:16 AM »
My "ultimate" thin crust pizza crust would be similar to a Carr's table water cracker, only slightly thicker.
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Re:Thin Crust recipe mix
« Reply #48 on: September 29, 2003, 10:03:23 AM »
I don't think there is any doubt about it, that when we talk about thin crust, there is two distinct and entirely different types.

1. Cracker-like thin crust
2. Bread-like thin crust

If we donít speak of them in different terms then we will mislead people in the type pizza they could expect from a particular recipe.
As an example my bread thin crust recipe is nothing like the recipe Steve is looking for.

My recipe makes a very crispy, letís say hard, chewy bread crust, not a soda cracker style crust.

Any thoughts?

Randy

Bread-like thin Crust recipe:

7 oz. warm water(120F-130F)
1 package SAF Perfect Rise yeast
1 pound bread flour
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons honey
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 tablespoon Classico olive oil.

Mix together the flour and salt.  Place roughly half the flour mixture in the mixing bowl then add the yeast to the bowl.  Measure the very warm water and add the honey to the water. Pour that into the mixer and mix on stir for a few minutes.  Add about ľ of the remaining flour mixture and go to kneading speed on your mixer.  Knead for 5 minutes.  Add remaining flour, and both oils then knead for 10 more minutes.  Place in greased bowl overnight in the Fridge.  Remove two hours in advance and flatten into a thick disk say a foot in diameter.  Let it rest covered with plastic until the final rolling.  After rolling prick a lot of holes in the dough.

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Re:Thin Crust recipe mix
« Reply #49 on: September 29, 2003, 11:10:57 AM »
I don't think there is any doubt about it, that when we talk about thin crust, there is two distinct and entirely different types.

1. Cracker-like thin crust
2. Bread-like thin crust

Yes, indeed!

Perhaps we should start calling one "thin crust" and the other "cracker crust"  ;D

Don't get me wrong, I love both the thin crust and cracker crust... the recipe on the main site makes a thin crust. I haven't been able to make a cracker crust.  :'(
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