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Ingredients

How to make it

  • Crust
  • Put active dry yeast in mixing bowl and add honey
  • Pour hot water over yeast and honey (I always turn my faucet on as hot as it goes and wait for the water to get as hot as it gets, but 105F is about the temp you're going for)
  • Wait for 5-10 minutes for yeast to bloom. (I'm not very good at waiting, so I always do something small around the house, empty or load my dishwasher....that sort of thing, and then you should be good to go)
  • Once yeast has bloomed, using the dough hook on your mixer add flour 1/2 cup at a time until the dough mixes itself into a rough ball-ish shape. (I like to dump my half cups of flour onto a sheet of wax paper and use the wax paper to dump the flour into the bowl)
  • Flour a flat surface and dump dough onto surface.
  • Proceed to knead the dough until it forms into a smooth elastic ball
  • Rub the inside of a bowl with olive oil and put in the dough ball, cover and let rise for 30 minutes
  • Knead for 6-8 minutes, adding flour as necessary to keep from sticking
  • Allow to rise, covered, again for 30 minutes
  • Toppings
  • During the last rise do the following....
  • Crisp bacon in a pan, set on paper towel to drain
  • Drain bacon pan and use it to cook the cubed chicken
  • Drizzle cooking chicken with a small amount of bbq sauce and allow to cook fully
  • Chop bacon once it has drained, it may crumble...that's fine too.
  • Preheat oven to 375F
  • Form dough to appropriate size crust for your pan
  • Poke holes in the dough with a fork at intervals so as to avoid air bubbles (don't do this on the crust edges)
  • Bake dough alone for 5 minutes
  • After the 5 minutes take crust out of oven.
  • Drizzle dough with remaining bbq sauce leaving about an inch of crust all around the sides, spread sauce with a ladle
  • Sprinkle some of the cheese on the dough
  • Spread chicken on evenly
  • Place onions on
  • Sprinkle bacon over the pizza
  • Top with remaining cheese
  • Bake for 22 minutes

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  • jtmariece 4 years ago
    I ran into this recipe a week ago and made it and it was fabulous. However I did do a few things differently. I wanted a pizza similar to what I love in restaurants so I altered my toppings a little. Also, instead of using the white flour, I used nothing but whole wheat. The dough was so easy to stretch out into the pizza pan it was amazing! I'm terrible with yeast but this recipe was super easy to follow. Thanks for posting.
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    " It was excellent "
    bluewaterandsand ate it and said...
    Looks wonderful!
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  • cheric 6 years ago
    I think it sounds delicious! I will have to make this soon...maybe even my picky children will like it! (If not...more for me! ha ha) :) Thanks!
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  • absolutgoddess 6 years ago
    I know there are totally a billion steps, but it really is awesome pizza and it's absolutely worth being meticulous. Also, I have a baby, so time management in my recipes is essential.
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