|Water||1 1/4 cups, 105 degrees F|
|Active Dry Yeast||1 packet (2.5 teaspoons)|
|Extra Virgin Olive Oil||1 tbsp.|
|Garlic Powder||1 teaspoon|
|Onion Powder||1 teaspoon|
Use a food processor to make pizza dough. It’s pretty easy to pull off and you get great results!
First, heat up a kettle of filtered water. Once steaming, take off burner.
Pour heated water into measuring cup. Stick a temperature probe in, wait until it comes down to 105 degrees F.
While the water is heating up, mix together the yeast, honey, and olive oil in a small bowl.
Once the water is 105 degrees F, combine the yeast mixture into the measuring cup with water. Mix thoroughly.
Put flour, salt, garlic & onion powder into food processor. Pulse a couple times to mix.
Then, with the machine running, pour in the yeast mixture slowly. Process until the dough forms a ball. It shouldn’t be sticking to the outsides of the mixer.
Remove dough from processor and knead on a lightly floured surface for 2 minutes until dough is smooth & elastic.
Transfer to a lightly oiled bowl. Flip dough around in bowl to cover with oil.
Cover tightly with plastic wrap. Leave in a warm area for 2 hours to rise (doubling its size).
Take dough and divide into 2 – 4 balls, depending on how big you want your pizzas.
Knead each ball by pulling down both sides of the ball, and tucking under the bottom. Do this 5 times each.
Then on a smooth, unfloured surface, roll the ball around under your palm until it feels smooth. 2 minutes.
Place on a tray with lightly oiled plastic wrap or a slightly damp cloth on top. Let rise for another 45 minutes.