Homemade Pizza Dough — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, June 23rd, 2013

Homemade Pizza Dough - Pin of the WeekHomemade pizza is a lot more approachable to make from scratch than you might think. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week breaks down the popular dough, step-by-step, for incredible ease.

What You’ll Need: Start with a medium bowl that’s been lightly coated with olive oil. Add warm water (about 110 degrees F), dry yeast and sugar. Note: The activated yeast feeds on the sugar and then makes the dough rise. In another bowl, combine flour and salt. Have a fork, cutting board, knife, pizza pan and rolling pin (optional) handy.

What do you do next? Click here for the step-by-step gallery.

For more everyday recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Cook: Main Dishes board on Pinterest.

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Comments (4)

  1. Larry says:

    As to the dropping of Paula Dean from the food network. I am a senior citizen and have lived throught a lot of racisim of the 60's. It seems that if the blacks can do and say as they please and not come under the same scrunity as the whites that have a senior moment, then this kind of reverse racisim will only esculate. Even our politicians participate in this kind of reverse racisim. If you practice this I will no longer consider you network for my viewing.

  2. Madie Lewis says:

    Can't believe how Food Network has treated Paula Deen. She certainly did not have to even say she used a racial slur but she did. If only I had a penny for everyone who as made the same or similar comment because they are not racist, only ignorant, mad at whatever circumstance or person that caused it, or stupid.

    Extremely short sighted of FN. It's ok. there are plenty of good cooking sites out there. You won't be missed.

  3. Hmm, I didn�t realize that you need informations about someone may have such observations. Very interesting article. Thanks:)

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