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Crispy Thin Crust Pizza Dough Recipe

This thin crust pizza dough does not contain yeast. Yeast is what makes dough rise but is not necessary for a thin crust pizza, so if you do not have yeast, you can still make this. Thin crust pizzas make a nice change from deep pan or thick crust pizzas and some people like this type of crust better.

The mixture of white and whole-wheat flour gives this pizza dough recipe a nutty, wholesome flavor. Good toppings for this kind of dough include sliced cold meats, mushrooms, onions, broccoli, zucchini, mozzarella, pine nuts, fresh spinach and pineapple chunks. A good pizza-making tip is to make sure all your topping ingredients are finely sliced for the best results.

Two kinds of flour blend with baking powder, cornmeal, water, and salt, to make this lovely thin and crispy pizza crust. Not having to knead or rise the dough means the preparation time is a lot shorter than if you were making something thicker, something with yeast which needed to rise. Continue reading

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