This recipe produces a pizza base that is soft and doughy on the inside and slightly crusty on the outside. Cover it with your favourite sauce and toppings to make a delicious pizza.
Something else. Jay thank you so much for an EXCELLENT thick pizza base, that was crisp on the outside and chewy/tender on the inside! The only additions I did were: I baked them for 10 minutes prior to adding the toppings, and both tins were olive oiled WELL, and dusted with polenta. They came out of the tin very easy onto the cutting board. It was easy to make this. Just have to adjust weather and flour consistency to the stickiness of the dough. Some days need less, some days need MUCH more. I never roll the dough out, I just use my hands and flatten it in the bottom of the tins, working up the sides. - 18 Jul 2008
Took shortcuts. I made this dough in my bread machine and it came out perfectly. The crust is crunchy on the outside and soft and tender on the inside. I did bake the crust about ten minutes before adding toppings and divided the dough to make smaller pizzas. - 18 Jul 2008
Altered ingredient amounts. Instead of plain flour, I used Rice flour as me and my family are coeliacs and I made sure the bowl was really oiled and added a bit more water and the base was AMAZING!!! Even though it was it bit more though because of the gluten free-ness, it was just as tasty. I had a 'pizza party' at my house but I did not want to be the odd one out so I made 2 large pizzas and could not tell much difference from actual pizza. I am sitting here, telling you about my experience while my belly full of pizza settles thank you :] - 25 May 2011