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No Yeast Pizza Dough

What you need: 

4 cups of unbleached flour
2 cups of soy milk
1 cup of olive oil
salt
5 tblsp baking powder
sesame seeds
rosemary and thyme

What you do: 

Mix the baking powder, salt, sesame seeds, rosemary, thyme with the flour. Slowly add the soy milk and oil until you feel the consistency is right. Knead for about 10 minutes. Let rest for 5 minutes and then use a roller to flatten it up.. Place in oven at 350F for 20 minutes, or until bottom part is light brown...Dont forget to oil the pizza pan, before placing dough.
Once cooked you can place some cooked or raw vegetables on it, sprinkle some tofu marinated in tomatoe sauce and then stick it back into the oven for 10 more minutes...

Preparation Time: 
approx. 40 mins
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
6
Recipe Category: 

SO HOW'D IT GO?

oops, I meant I cooked it for 5 minutes first. OOPS!

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not bad, but not my favorite. Just as nhyhsh said, It was more biscuit-like than pizza dough-like. I followed the recipe exactly, but I added some garlic powder and nutritional yeast. I was SO looking forward to eating this after the first 20 minutes of cooking it - it smelled very very good!!!  I took it out and made my pizza: pizza sauce, daiya cheeze, sliced onion, red bell and zucchini - and some vegan feta. Cooked it for another 15 and the crust was browning fast, so I took it out early.
I would say that its good for someone who doesn't have yeast on hand and needs to make some dough, but its a little too biscuit-y for making pizza like this on a regular basis. This dough might make good savory biscuits though!!  ;)

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This recipe had great potential.  I cut the entire recipe in half due to the previous reviews and it looked & smelled absoulutely devine.   
I thought this was gonna be the crust of my life.  When I opened the oven to check on it I was intoxicated by the smell, I couldn't wait to make the pizza.    I cooked it 20 min, like the recipe said and I put it in the fridge overnight.    I cooked it the next day as I was told and my husband and I went to take a bite and realized it was totally raw in the middle.    Apparently 20 min for this crust wasn't enough.    We were so hungry that we ate 2 pieces each and tried to reheat it, hoping it would continue to cook in the middle, but it didn't work.    It was the best tasting crust i've ever tasted, even though it was raw.    Someday I will try again and probably cook it for 45 min or so.    It's defintely worth  trying to get it right.

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I agree with some previous posters, this tastes more like a biscuit rather than pizza crust.  I ran out of the crusts I had and I also realized I had no yeast, so I had to find something I could make with what I had on hand.  This was it.  It was ok but Im sticking with my original crust.  I mad a sausage pizza and a chicken/olive pizza.  My non-vegan sister loved the chicken pizza!

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I just found your post and your wave hello.  Where are you in Virginia?  (I'm also from that area originally.)

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This is a wonderful pizza dough recipe!  I changed it up a bit though... I used whole wheat flour, had only about 2T Baking Powder, added about 1/2c Nutritional Yeast (as I do everything), added about 2T Braggs Amino Acids, added Dill, Garlic/Pepper blend, Thyme, and other seasonings I had... it was amazing!  The best I've found so far.  My 3 year old loved it... topped with all sorts of veggies and vegan cheez... yummy! :D

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