Great to make on your day off. The dough is not difficult but does take time to prep -- well worth it though. I followed the recipe with the exception of substituting roma tomatoes and canadian bacon. Great! Preheating the pizze stone guarantees a crispy crust on bottom. I used 2 of the 6 crusts and froze the remaining 4....will be interesting to see how they turn out when I defrost them and use in the future. I would serve this with a garden salad and top with parmesan.
Fresh Mozzarella and Basil Pizza
SkinnyGirl Posted: 03/21/09
Angelan20 Posted: 10/08/09
I used premade dough, i would recommend after heating your pizza stone to put the dough on it and then put on the ingredients on it because transferring from parchment paper to stone was very difficult, pizza pretty much fell apart, had to pile everything on, it tasted good after cooking the big mess but would next time arrange topping on dough when on pizza stone