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Pizza (Thin Crust)

By Rumblingtummy @RumblingTummi
During the FHA I as given some mozarella cheese balls from Zott.  We actually open up a pack and ate it on the spot and it tasted delicious!  Really addictive!
To mark the end of the mid year exam, I prepared my kids' favorite to celebrate all the hard work put into it.
Most of the time, I prepare thick crust pizza and wanted to give change to it.  So this time, I opted for a Thin Crust Pizza.
Pizza (Thin Crust)
Findings: I should have bake the pizza on the lowest rack and then shift up to brown out the cheese.
The crust is crispy to the recipe claimed.  I think it will be even better if I baked it on a pizza stone.  That way, even the inner areas will be crisp too.
Pizza (Thin Crust)
What you need:
170g lukewarm water½ tsp instant yeast284g plain flour½ salt
Preheat oven.  Prepare 2 X 12" pizza tray.
Add yeast and a pinch of sugar to water.  Stir to combine.  Set aside to foam up.
In a mixing bowl, add flour and make a well.
Add salt to the side.
Pour in the yeast mixture and knead on low speed to form a rough dough.  Increase speed and knead until dough is smooth and elastic.  (approx 5 mins).
Remove and divide dough into 2.
Form into a ball.
Dust the counter top with some flour.  Roll the dough into a round approx ¼" thick, 
Bake for about 5 mins and then rotate and bake for another 3 mins.   Remove.
Spread your favorite pizza sauce and add your favorite toppings.
Bake for another 5 mins on the lowest rack and bake another 5 mins on the highest rack until edge and cheese are golden brown.
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