Date:    Tue, 03 Jan 95 09:05:01 EST
 From:    Lucinda Rasmussen <lrasmuss@PICA.ARMY.MIL>
 Made this last night, modified for the mixer (instead of hand kneading)
 2 3/4 c bread flour plus 1/2 cup flour for “working” the dough
 7 oz warm (105F - 115F) water
 1 TBSP yeast
 1 TBSP mixed herbs for pizza (oregano, parsley, etc.)
 1 TBSP chopped sun-dried tomatoes
 1 tsp salt
 Cooking spray
 Dissolve the yeast in the water until foamy (about 10 minutes).  Place in
 mixer bowl and add salt, herbs, dried tomatoes and flour. 
 Knead on low (speed 2 on Kitchen Aid) until ball forms and climbs up dough
 hook (takes about 5 minutes).  Place in bowl that has been sprayed lightly
 with cooking spray.  Cover and set in a warm place to rise (1-2 hours).  
 Makes a crust for a large (12 or more) pizza.
 You can probably knead this by hand for 10 minutes and get the same results.
 I topped the pizza with onions I dredged in flour and lightly sauteed in
 some cooking spray and some cooked, sliced potato.  Baked on a perforated
 pizza pan for 20 minutes at 425F.  It was very good.