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How to Make the Best Pizza Dough Ever!

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Kneading Pizza Dough

When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s amore they say. And why shouldn’t a pizza pie find its way into a love song, pizza itself is a whole lot of love in one delicious bite. I mean, we’ve all been seduced by a mere glance at a slice of pizza at least once in our lives. Hell, just typing this is making me think about things like an online pizza order.

It is truly hard to find a really terrible pizza since cheese can make almost anything better, but there are some significant difference between a forget-about-it-in-a-minute pizza and a delicious work of art.

Of course the absolute essential ingredients and the ones that can make all of the difference are the sauce, the cheese and the crust. Some pizza connoisseurs may even say that the crust is everything.

It’s a crust thing

And if you really think about it, the crust does in fact have a whole lot of responsibility. The crust is the carrier, the stage if you will, of everything that comes next, that goes on top. Without a good crust you’ve just got saucy meat and veggies.

In order to get the best crust ever you need to know how to make the best pizza dough ever and that is no fly-by-night task. However, once you master the making of the perfect pizza dough you’re never going to want to make it in any other way.

Recipe: The Best Pizza Dough Ever

Recipe: Neapolitan Pizza Dough

Your very own best pizza dough ever

You’re going to find that it will take you a few tries until you get your pizza pie exactly as you want it. Remember it is important to use good quality ingredients and if you’re ever in an Italian supermarket, pick yourself up some finely-ground flour for your next pizza, you will feel the difference.

Yes, dialing up your local pizza shop is a tad bit easier than having a flour fight in your kitchen, but you really can’t beat that scent of fresh pizza baking in our oven. That scent is definitely worth the pizza arm workout and the flour in your hair.

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