Step 13: Into the oven for 5 or 6 minutes

Use the top third of your oven. All ovens are different so you may want to keep a close eye on your dough as it is cooking in case you need to turn the pan around if one side is cooking faster than the other. I love watching big huge bubbles appear in the dough. 
Thank you very much for sharing! <br>I very much enjoy the way you write. And, of course, can't wait to put in practice what I have read today... <br>Please continue sharing...
I've been working on a big ible about how to sell your house, I have nothing planned for the day other than trimming Taxi so maybe you were just the impetus I needed - thank you!
mm thanks for this i made some spaghetti using this sauce best sauce haven't made the dough don't have a food processor
Thanks for sharing, that's an idea I will have to try, I never thought of it.
Tried this one with my kids. First go, my poor cheap processor died, but it was a cheap thing and was getting old anyway. Got a better quality processor and wizzed through. Kids loved it (they had ham &amp; pineapple, I had home made chilli sauce as well in mine). <br>Even using the basics it makes a soft, evenly cooked pizza that's easy to slice and tastes good. My kids and I thank you for sharing
Thank you! I hope it becomes a staple at your house and makes buying the new food processor worth it!
It already has, although I did have to point out to the boys that we can NOT eat pizza every time they're here. It's supposed to be a treat, not the only thing in their diet.<br>I think the old processor was going to drop dead soon anyway. It blew out a huge cloud of smoke
I just had that happen with an appliance but it turned out to be the wires coming into my house from the pole on the street, the shielding had worn through and there were surges going on, my computers were just lucky and the electric company is supposed to be paying for my fried appliance one day, I'm still waiting though. The wires were all replaced and my whole house is brighter. I am sure that is not what happened to you though you might want to look outside...
Inthink i would add whole wheat flour (sub in 1 to 1-1/2 c in place of some of the bread flour--I think the ww gives bread/pizza dough a heartier flavor and texture.
This looks like a fantastic recipe! Too bad I don't have a food processor, but once I tell the Mr. how he can save money with this recipe, he'll surely buy me one!
I've owned mine for about 24 years so they are a good investment. I like the Cuisinart brand because the blade comes extremely close to the sides of the bowl for great chopping work - this is vs others I have used at friend's houses.
Thanks for that info! Can't wait to try this recipe.
what about using a blender instead of a food processor?
No, how would you put the blender in the microwave even saying you could take out the metal blade.... I think it is too small to knead the dough but you could try, and then of course take it out and put into something microwave safe and cover with the plastic wrap. I guess it is worth trying, let me know if it works.
Great instructable - thank you! Dashing out to get the ingredients and find a good inexpensive food processor..... The kids will love doing this with me :)
Good luck with the kids - mine just likes to eat this pizza each and every week, sometimes I can get him to grate the cheese.
i will make one when nobody except me is at home for 24hrs. it will give me time to prepare cook, eat, play and sleep. then make like nothing happened the day before
Mmmmmm yes! Thank you!
Your ideas are worth trying !!!!
Well go and try - let me know what you think, and thank you!
i dont want to spoil it!<br>
Nice 'ible I'm using it at the cooking night me and my friends are having, so i can go around the world with flavours, 'cause I'm also making my beloved chicken in porto and I'm also making a japanese style noodle dish with alot of veggies and meat.
I must try this- I hate waiting for dough to rise (so I make no-yeast dough). We love pizza. Great 'ible!
It's especially fast when you have bags of the dry ingredients all together that you can just reach for. Sometimes you will have to wait a bit until the oven is hot enough because you will be done with your dough so fast. Never forget to cover it with the plastic wrap while in the microwave. Thank you!
I'm having this for dinner tonight :)
I hope you are having people over to help you eat it all - it's fantastic for breakfast too though, or at 3AM when you can't sleep.
Om nom nom way too much pizza....<br><br>
Oh I am hungry just looking at those!
Wow Weeeeeeee Amazing! voted 5/5
Wow Weeeeeee - thank you!
I used the dough instructions tonight and it came out wonderfully! I curiously have the same trusty Cuisinart processor, so the pictures were extra topical in my first run. After having to wait so long to let dough rise on my previous pizza attempts, the speed of this recipe was a dream come true. Tucked away several baggies of dry ingredients for even zippier pies next time! To borrow from eBay parlance: A+, would bake again. ;-)
Oh I love it - thank you for letting me know my instructions were good. You will be having a lot of pizza from now on. I have a friend who I taught this to who makes dessert pizza every week, she loads the finished crust up with sliced fresh fruit and sprinkles with sugar. Oh wait, that should be my next contest entry!
This pizza is simply fabulous...so is the author!
your instructable makes me fat and happy
What a nice thing to say! Thank you:) And just for the record this the first time in my life I have ever used an emoticon.
Amazing instructable, Ninzerbean! Wish I lived in your neighborhood...life is so not fair....definitely something I won't attempt, don't have two weeks to spend in the kitchen and going to the store, and what not...don't laugh, it would take me that long! It's a winner, for sure, thanks for sharing. Cman
Thank you! You are really funny.
Mmm it's so easy! I have a question: what is food processor?
it's similar to a blender, but the blades are flat and the container is more of a cylinder rather then cone if that makes sense, if you have food network on tv they use them all the time, you'll become familiar with a lot of things if you watch food network a lot (which I tend to when we vege out).
Well the most well known I think is a Cuisinart. I only wrote &quot;food processor&quot; because not every one has a Cuisinart. I am not being mean but I don't know where you live so your best shot would be to google either of the two words to find out more. Personally I have had my old Cuisinart for over 20 years so it must have been worth the money. When I use other folks food processors I notice that the blade clearance is greater between the sides of the bowl and therefor the food does not get chopped or mixed the way a Cuisinart does it.
great instructable. its in the oven now! fingers crossed!
Take a picture when it's done - I'm so impressed! Lots of times I just read and read and &quot;favorite&quot; things but I don't get around to making them for weeks.
The microwave rising idea is wonderful !!! Have you ever tried it for bread or other types of dough?
Yes, the book is great. I don't know how to use the new hyperlink or I would have hyperlinked it to Amazon. It's by Linda West Eckhardt and Diana Collingwood Butts, wow, long names. It has been a long time since I have used the book but I would recommend it highly.
.&nbsp; This one?<br> .&nbsp; <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Bread-Half-Time-Microwave-Processor/dp/051758154X/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1282150091&sr=1-2" rel="nofollow">Bread In Half The Time: Use Your Microwave and Food Processor to Make Real Yeast Bread in 90 Minutes</a><br> <br>
Yes, that is it, my copy is so old it doesn't have the same long title as the new edition. Thank you for making a hyperlink for me.
Thanks for sharing this! It looks delicious, I will try this very soon :D
Thanks! It is soooo good, all my son's friends request it even if they have had pizza at their houses the day before.
Oooo weee, a pizza just for me (the wife hates hot peppers) LOL

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