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The 30-Minute Pizza

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Category: Main Dish

 Ingredients List

  • ---------------------------------THE DOUGH---------------------------------
  • 1 pk Fast-rising dry yeast
  • 3 c All-purpose white flour
  • -(bread or high-gluten flour
  • - is not right for
  • - this recipe)
  • 1 c Hot water (120F-to-130F)
  • 1/2 ts Salt


1/2 c Mozzarella
-(or other melting cheese),
- thinly sliced
- or cut into 1-inch cubes
1 c Tomato sauce; -=OR=-
1 1/2 lb -Fresh tomatoes
- seeded, drained
- and roughly chopped
2 Garlic cloves (optional)
- peeled and minced
1/2 ts Dried oregano; -=OR=-
6 -Fresh basil leaves,
- shredded
Freshly ground black pepper
2 tb Olive oil

Believe it or not, this pizza is ready in half an hour. PREHEAT OVEN TO

(MIXING AND KNEADING: 1 1/2 MINUTES.) Place the yeast and 1 cup of the
flour in the bowl of a food processor and pulse once using the metal knife
or the plastic dough blade. With the machine running, pour in the hot water
(make certain it's hot when you use it). As soon as it's in, turn the
machine off; add the salt and remaining 2 cups of flour. Next, pulse until
the dough begins to hold together; then let the machine run continously
until a ball of dough forms.

(ASSEMBLY: 5 MINUTES.) Lightly oil the pan with vegetable oil and dust with
coarsely ground yellow cornmeal. Press the dough out into an 8-inch circle
with your fingertips and then roll or stretch it out into a 15-or-18-inch
pizza shell. Fit the shell onto prepared pan. Sprinkle desired toppings
over dough, and finish with a drizzling of olive oil. Bake 15 minutes or
until the crust is golden and the topping is bubbly. For a well-done crust
bake 5 minutes longer. Makes 1 Pizza

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