Date:    Tue, 15 Nov 94 16:26:29 EST
 From:    mbrown@rucs2.sunlab.cs.runet.edu
 Subject: Bread Mach. Pizza Crust
 
 Here’s the no-oil pizza crust I wrote about. This recipe is for
 machines that make the big loaves of bread; I'll post one for
 machines that make little ones, too (but I haven't tested it).
 
 No-Oil Pizza Crust for Large-Loaf Bread Machines
 
 1 Tbs. yeast
 1 tsp. sugar
 1/4 cup cornmeal
 3 Tbs. whole wheat flour
 3 cups white bread flour
 1 1/4 cups warm water
 2 Tbs. applesauce
 
 put bread machine on white bread - manual setting and dump
 ingredients in according to your machine’s preferences
 
 when cycle is all done, remove and separate into 3-4 balls of dough.
 Place on floured wax paper and let rise for about 20 mins. more (add
 a little flour if dough is too sticky). Shape, top, and bake til done
 in a very hot oven (mine goes to 550 degrees).
 
 Notes: When I didn't have cornmeal, I substituted whole wheat flour
 and it worked just as well. Also, the first time I made it, I had to
 use oil (my kids had eaten all of the applesauce) -- it worked just
 the same, so the substitution of applesauce seems to make no real
 difference in taste, texture, or appearance. 
 
 
 Pizza Crust for Small Bread Machines
 
 2 1/4 cups bread flour
 1 tsp. salt
 1 1/2 tsp. applesauce
 3/4 cup water
 1 tsp. yeast
 
 after cycle is done, cut into 4 portions; cover with plastic wrap
 and let rise for 20 mins. Shape, top, and bake 12-15 mins. in 
 a 500 degree oven.