Author Topic: Aurelio's Quest  (Read 24357 times)

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Offline pythonic

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Re: Aurelio's Quest
« Reply #150 on: February 20, 2015, 03:23:13 PM »
I've had it before and believe me it ain't no magic bullet. I think Ed's Cheese mail orders it. got mine from a member that wasn't too impressed with it and passed it along to me. Don't get me's good stuff, probably the best "blender" i have added but I think it is pretty pricey as I recall.

I don't care for it personally.
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Offline derricktung

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Re: Aurelio's Quest
« Reply #151 on: December 30, 2015, 12:19:21 PM »
Tried this dough recipe last night, and I gotta say, I'm a big fan.  This is possibly one of the closest I've gotten to a thin crust I've liked that was made at home...  (to be fair, I've only tried 5 times I believe...)

I forgot to dock the dough unfortunately, but luckily didn't have any bubbling issues.  I think I probably could've left it in the oven a bit longer for a bit more crisp, or done a final heat up on the steel, but this is world's better than any Chicago thin crust I've made yet.

Looking forward to toying with this recipe a bit more to get some more flavor and crispness out of the crust on the next go around.  Thanks for this formulation!!