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    Homemade pan pizza

    Tried this for the first time today, it was amazingly great. Diced pepperoni, onion, green olives and hunts tomato sauce straight from the can. Only thing to work on is the bottom turned from crispy to soft.....i think because i let it cool on a cutting board instead of a baking rack???
    . The crust was perfect. Followed a recipe from king Arthur flour website, crispy pan pizza. Click image for larger version

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    marshall wow! Looks great! Here is my latest pizza adventure. Used the recipe for No Knead Foccacia from serious eats. Used about 2/3rds of the dough in a 14” cast iron pan. Leftover marinara, sausage from my butcher shop, crimini mushrooms.
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    • marshall
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      Looks awesome! Homemade dough is great!

    #3
    I would put a “hurtin” on that. Great job!!!

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    • marshall
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      I ate 4 slices!🤤

    • surfdog
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      marshall Reminds me of Tommy Lasorda. He loves pizza.
      He was asked how many slices he could eat or if he could eat a whole one.
      He pretty much said, “A whole one?! Oh God no...I can only eat four slices....(motioning with his hands), he said, “Cut it this way...and then that way.” Making an X...or quarters. LOL

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    NICE!

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      #5
      Looks good. Sogginess is probably from the cutting board. Good news is there is probably a lot of oil on the dough, so should re-crisp nicely in a skillet or griddle.

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        #6
        A GREAT looking pizza! Good job.

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          #7
          Based on the pics its perfect! I can smell it from where I sit. Looks great!!

          Edited to Ask: Did you cook this in a kitchen oven? On a smoker? A few details please. I would appreciate learning how you did this.
          Last edited by Alabama Smoke; August 10, 2020, 02:17 PM.

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          • marshall
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            Thanks! I cooked it in my cast iron 12in pan. On the bottom rack indoor oven at 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Baked for 24 min
            Here is the recipe

            https://www.kingarthurbaking.com/rec...n-pizza-recipe

            I followed it almost exactly, only i used pillsbury bleached all purpose flour cause thats what had.

            I let the dough sit in fridge about 36 hrs,
            When i was ready to make pizza i let dough sit covered on counter about 2 hrs. Before i spread in oiled pan, easy to work with! Goodluck

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