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Bread Machine Pizza Dough

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Bread Machine Pizza Dough

  • Veg
    • 10 mins
    • Serves 2
    • Easy



    Do you know the secret to making restaurant-quality pizza at home? It’s in kneading the perfect pizza dough and bread machines can do the trick in a jiffy! This recipe shows the perfect way to make pizza dough in a bread machine!

    Health Benefits

    Since pizza is made of refined flour and contains plenty of cheese, it is important to have it in moderation. Pizza is certainly not to be had every other day. Indulging in a bit of junk is OK as long as moderation is exercised!

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    How to Make Bread Machine Pizza Dough

    1. Pre-heat your oven at 400 °F.
    2. Combine yeast, all-purpose flour, sugar and salt into the bread making machine.
    3. Add butter and flat beer and start the dough machine.

    While the machine works,brush a pizza pan with olive oil. Make sure no corner is left out dry.

    1. Once the flour is kneaded into a smooth dough, transfer it to the pan, dust your hands with some dry flour and flatten the pizza doughspreading it completely to cover the pan.
    2. Once the dough completely covers the pan, brush it with more olive oil.
    3. Cover the base with a plastic food wrap and let rest for about 15 minutes oruntil it rises slightly.
    4. Once risen, fold the edges toward the center in such a way the the diameter of thepizza reduces to about an inch. Spread pizza sauce on top (leaving out the edges)add your favorite toppings, and a generous amount of grated mozzarella cheese.
    5. Bake the pizza for about 30 minutes or until the crust turns crispy and the cheese melts.


    • Pizza actually came into being because people wanted to make their bread more flavorful than before.

    The word Pizza is related to the word ‘Pizzo’ which is a Lambordic word translating to ‘mouthful’. This word was brought to Italy when Lombardic invaders came into Italy in the 6th Century.

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