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Offline pcuezze

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Anyone cut 6-n-1 with paste
« on: December 10, 2008, 02:39:09 AM »
I'm going to experiment with a cracker style crust and an american style crust this weekend.  I use the 6-n-1's for my chicago pies and like the flavor.  But I want my thinner crust pizza to have the more pasty texture.   Has anyone done this?  My though was to process the 6-n-1's slightly (blender??) and mix 2:1 with the paste.  I'll add some honey and my spices. 

I'm looking for the consistency that can almost stand up on a knife but not have the bitter flavor of tomato paste...


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Re: Anyone cut 6-n-1 with paste
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2008, 11:13:18 PM »
ABSOLUTELY.

2 cans 28oz 6in1
1 small can paste
fresh garlic
olive oil
Sugar
Black Pepper
FRESH basil

I do it allllll the time.